The world's best travel destination is right outside the window. Denmark is beautiful - especially in the summer - and we take you around to our own favorites.
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The Danes want to travel more sustainably, if only we know what to do. Now we get help from a new Danish sustainability award.
Use the island pass in Denmark for your summer holiday this year. Then you can keep track of which islands you have visited and which ones to write on the list for the next trip.
If you think that it can be difficult to experience Ireland without a car, then here is a strip of good tips on how to do and where to go.
Tine and Sarah from Ødysséen this time visit Denmark's answer to Greenland - namely Nekselø in Sejerøbugten.
Schleswig-Holstein is perfect for an extended weekend and definitely a place we think you should do yourself the favor of experiencing.
Hiking guide Sarah-Ann Hunt has published the travel book YOLO about throwing yourself into adventure and living spontaneously. Lace up your hiking boots and take Sarah-Ann out for a walk.
Take the Øresund across and to the right to what Maiken calls her Swedish paradise: The two small charming Scanian towns of Skanør and Falsterbo.
No airports, no strict baggage rules and no problems stretching your legs. The ultimate form of travel.
Here are five suggestions for a day out where the whole family can join the excursion. This article won this year's writing competition - congratulations to Maiken Ingstrup and good reading.
Denmark is a paradise for island jumpers. But where to start? This guide will help you get started.
If you are considering spending your next holiday in our own little Denmark, then North Zealand is an excellent place to go exploring.
How do you best combine travel with sustainability? We have put together a strip of good advice that will make your trip more environmentally friendly and sustainable.
Take a trip around Europe and experience peaceful islands without car noise. We have gathered 5 fantastic, car-free islands in both the south and the north.
Northern Italy is known for big cities like Milan, Venice, Verona and Bologna, and this is also where you will find Lake Garda. Right in the middle of it all is Brescia. Brescia is both ...
There are many things you as a traveler can do to travel more environmentally friendly and responsibly - without it necessarily having to mean you have to stay home. Read on...