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In Denmark, great attention is paid to traditions and festivals, though without great ceremony. Many Danish traditions are based around the Christian calendar. Read more 
Copenhagen: Bike City for more than a century
In the 1960s, cars were threatening to displace bicycles in the main Danish cities. But the oil crisis, the environmental movement and a couple of controversial road projects reversed the trend. Read more

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Get an overview of Denmark's history, government, politics and geography. Even though Denmark is a small country with only 5.6 million people, it has a fascinating and rich history to tell.
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Work in Denmark
A well-balanced family and work life, an excellent business climate and an efficient welfare state. These are just three of the reasons why many foreigners want to come to work in Denmark.
Visit Denmark

Every year millions visit Denmark. Some visit attractions such as Tivoli, the Little Mermaid and Legoland. While others enjoy the countryside with long stretches of coastline. But regardless of why, studies show that the friendly population is one of the greatest attractions.

Invest in Denmark

Denmark has the world's most flexible job market and one of the world's highest levels of education. Combined with virtually non-existent corruption, this provides the recipe for a really good investment climate.


Danish education is problem-based and focuses on student participation, which is something many foreign students appreciate when studying in Denmark - as well as the many cultural offerings, the rich social life, free health care and much more