A Quick Guide to Cycling Around Denmark

August 31, 2013 olaf 0

In most countries losing yourself is a literal expression when travelling on a bike, but in Denmark, with its prominent sign-posted cycles routes, you can see the sights without worrying about getting lost.
Denmark is one of the most bike-friendly nations in the world with over 12,000km of cycles routes that are super easy to follow thanks to easy-to-follow signs doting the entire nation. All a cyclist has to do to enjoy Copenhagen and even Denmark’s countryside on two wheels is to pick a bike route and follow the signs.  […]


Zulu Comedy Festival Gets Cracking with English Acts Aplenty

August 28, 2013 olaf 0

Feeling a little down? If you are, then the blues couldn’t have visited you at a better time because you can still catch the last few days of the Zulu Comedy Festival.
A ten-day festival that started on the 23rd of August, the Zulu Comedy Festival brings the best stand-up comedians from all over Denmark and even other countries. With acts ranging from the raunchy to the more intellectual ones, you’ll find yourself laughing your socks off. […]


Denmark Stone Age Structures Opened to the Public as Part of the European Megalithic Route

August 27, 2013 olaf 0

A peek back into the Stone Age is one of the things the “Megalithic Routes” Project aims to bring to common people as they open up various locations in Denmark, Germany, Netherlands and Sweden. Each of the locations is accessible via motor-driven vehicles, making the “Megalithic Route” really accessible and a great touristic holiday route through these partner countries. Of course, emphasis on eco-friendliness and sustainability is also part of the whole plan. […]


Carlsberg Beer Flows Freely in Denmark with Brewery Strike Over

August 24, 2013 olaf 0

Carlsberg, one of the largest breweries in the world, was forced to consider importing beer after 130 of its workers from the Fredecia Brewery went on strike last August 14, effectively shutting down operations. Though Carlsberg always has about a week’s worth of draft products in stock and retail stores having their own stock as well, the week-long strike almost lead to a beer shortage in Denmark. […]

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Entries for the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2014 Now Being Accepted

August 22, 2013 olaf 0

Denmark is the proud winner of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) but that doesn’t mean that the country is planning to rest on its laurels. In preparation for the Eurovision Song Contest 2014, the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix is already accepting entries from which they would select the Danish National Song to represent the country next year. […]


Billund: The New Destination for Young International Students

August 14, 2013 olaf 0

Students looking to move to Denmark to study are often those aiming to pursue a degree in one of Denmark’s Universities. With some of Denmark’s best universities offering programs tailor-fit for international students, it is no wonder that Denmark attracts study-abroad visitors every year. […]

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Copenhagen Fashion Week Graced by Danish Royalty

August 12, 2013 olaf 0

We all knew that the Copenhagen Fashion Week would draw out the elite and the fashionable, and who better to grace the International event than two of the most fashionable members of the Danish royalty – Princess Mary and Princess Marie? […]