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Denmark – Roadtrip through National Park Thy

Denmark – Roadtrip through National Park Thy

In 2008 Denmark got it’s first National Park, National Park Thy. We adore this stretch of land and at least once a year we are road tripping through this outstanding, beautiful and kind of strange landscape. The national park stretches in a strip along the northwest coast of Jutland. Close to the coastline the park mostly consists of sand, sand and sand. In some places, the landscape looks like a desert. The majority of Denmark’s dune area is found here….

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Aalborg – the happiest place in Europe 😄

Aalborg – the happiest place in Europe 😄

Welcome to Aalborg our hometown. Home to the happiest people in Europe. In 2016 the people in Aalborg, called aalborgensere ( try not to break your tongue pronouncing that ) were elected “The happiest people in Europe” by the European Commission. And according to another election, by UN  we even live in “The happiest country” on the planet. Aalborg took the crown from cities like Stockholm, Vienna and even our beloved capital Copenhagen.  So why is that ?? Why is…

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Aalborg – 48 hours citybreak

Aalborg – 48 hours citybreak

If you have a weekend to spare then come and visit us in Aalborg.   Aalborg is located almost at the top of Denmark but is easily accessible by train, bus and plane. There are direct flights from several of Europe’s major cities such as Amsterdam and London. From Copenhagen, there are more than 15 daily flights and the trip only takes about 30 minutes. If you travel by train from Copenhagen journey time is about 4 hours. With the…

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Denmark – our Homeland

Denmark – our Homeland

 Welcome to our Homeland – welcome to Denmark     Welcome to the southernmost and smallest of the Scandinavian countries. A country with a thousand years long exciting history. A country with a more than 7300 km long coastline. A country with hundreds of fascinating islands, forests, lakes and fjords and where the highest point is 171 meters above sea level. A country with narrow cobblestone streets and wide boulevards. A country with a thriving music scene, museums and gastronomy…

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