Following our posts on the saga of the royal romance between Queen Carolina Mathilde of Denmark and Johann Friedrich Struensee, here's a new Danish breakfast recipe that's sure to give you the royal treatment. It's called Hof Pandekager, or Court Pancakes. No one is quite sure why these were called so. Where they a breakfast favorite at Christiansborg in Copenhagen? Did Christian VII gleefully munch on these while still in bed? No one knows, but these pancakes are sure to delight the tastebuds.

The Blue Planet is Denmark's national aquarium located at Kastrup in Copenhagen. It replaced the old aquarium in Charlottenlund when it opened its doors in 2013. This decision came about for the purpose of offering a better facility to disseminate marine information and providing help in science projects. It also seeks to help educational institutions in Denmark teach science to their students.

In the Northern outskirts of Copenhagen lies one of the oldest and largest open air museums in the world - Frilandsmuseet. A museum is considered open-air if its exhibits are found outdoors. Usually, these museums feature buildings and artifacts that are best seen outside as they represent living histories. Landscapes and old structures are recreated, if the original cannot possibly be displayed in the museum.

Denmark has made contributions to all facets of everyday living from food, technology, literature, and many others. What many of us may not realize is that this country is also the acknowledged place of origin of at least three dog breeds - the Broholmer, the Danish Swedish Farmdog, and the Old Danish Pointer. Not many countries can make a similar claim.

People will get to see Denmark in all-together different light - through a game. With more than 12 million copies sold on XBox, 14 million in its PC version, and a little over a million in the PlayStation 3 edition, the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita editions are not far behind. So what makes this game so interesting?

There is one specific area in the Tourism industry that is experiencing quite a boom at present in Denmark. This is the Health and Wellness Tourism which is attracting not only foreign visitors but local tourists as well. The surge in growth of this particular tourism industry is said to be a direct result of the increasing trend for self-indulgence. 

Transport System in Denmark

Denmark has one of the most modern and developed transport systems in the world. It covers just about every form of transportation means, ensuring convenient traveling into, within, and out of of the country. It boasts of about 1,111 km of motorway network and about 2,667 km of operational track in its railway system.

Denmark is considered the most climate-friendly country in the world. Be that as it may, it still ranks fourth in the world, meaning that no country is yet worthy to occupy the first three positions. This should give us an idea of how immense the needed effort is to achieve a truly climate-friendly environment.

The Wadden Sea National Park is Denmark's largest national park. It covers what constitutes the Danish part of Wadden Sea. Known in Danish as Wadenzee, the sea is shared with Germany which in turn refers to the sea as Watenmeer. Germany's side of the national park is called Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park. The park itself also has a Danish side and a German side.

The Marguerite Route

Denmark offers a remarkably beautiful route to take to enable one to pass by at least 200 top attractions and hundreds more of lesser attractions of the country. By choosing to drive a car or ride a bike through it, the added bonus of laying eyes on picturesque scenery is given. It covers approximately 3,600 km of Denmark to offer what could possibly be the best self-drive holiday option any traveler can have.