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  • Amazing venues

    Amazing venues

  • Colorful Nyhavn Canal, Copenhagen

    Colorful Nyhavn Canal, Copenhagen

  • Culinary Teambuilding

    Culinary Teambuilding

  • Gala dinner at the Thorvaldsen Museum

    Gala dinner at the Thorvaldsen Museum

  • Match Racing on the Øresund

    Match Racing on the Øresund

  • Musical Teambuilding

    Musical Teambuilding

  • Technical Visits & Study Tours

    Technical Visits & Study Tours

  • The lively pedestrian street, Stroeget

    The lively pedestrian street, Stroeget

  • Technical Visits & Study Tours

    Technical Visits & Study Tours

  • The Nimb Palace in Tivoli Garden

    The Nimb Palace in Tivoli Garden

  • Whimsical Rosenborg Castle

    Whimsical Rosenborg Castle

A Fairy Tale Nation – Denmark

Recommended for:

Incentives and Events
City- & Nature-based Incentives /Teambuilding programs
Cultural discovery & sightseeing programs
Technical visits and study tours

Best time to go:

May – August
November – December (for Christmas season)

More than a 1000 years of living heritage, ancient castles and grand palaces, wide-open natural beaches and picturesque national parks, world-renowned design and cutting-edge architecture, exciting shopping opportunities, an abundance of art galleries and museums, pioneering and delicious Nordic gastronomy, interesting eco-tourism opportunities, charming and livable cities populated by easygoing, English-speaking people – repeatedly surveyed as the world’s happiest. These are just some of the things that keep people coming back to Denmark and will be sure to charm you as well. Summer season is temperate and pleasant with long bright days ideal for city visits and for seeking out adventures along the 7300 km coastline or on the countless islands and archipelagos. Winter season is a wonderful time in the old historic cities with charming Christmas traditions and markets and plenty warm and interesting indoor activities.

Recommended highlights:

  • Discover the charm of Funen Island with its wealth of gardens, orchards, quaint villages and countless manor houses and castles.
  • Retrace the steps of Denmark’s favorite storyteller Hans-Christian Andersen by visiting his childhood home and museum in the town of Odense.
  • Visit the original Legoland amusement park from 1968 in Billund, where the entire Lego adventure started.
  • Explore the unique nature and culture of Denmark South Jutland region – base yourself in Denmark’s oldest city, Ribe, on the west coast and from here explore the unique Wadden Sea National Park.
  • Visit the charming village of Skagen on the very tip of the mainland - a great place to explore the unique rugged nature and the special atmosphere of Northern Denmark.
  • Discover Bornholm; a rocky island in the Baltic Sea with its own unique nature, history, geography and unparalleled charm.
  • Take some time out in Aarhus – Denmark’s second largest city. Home to the AROS art museum, the fantastic new Moesgaard Museum and the delightful open air museum, den Gamle By and excellent gateway to the sights and scenery of the highland lake country and Djurs peninsula.
  • Discover Aalborg – the Pearl of the Limfjord – in Northern Jutland and the unbroken line of vast white sand beaches and summerhouse country along the west coast.
  • Go castle-hopping in North Zealand – find the amazing lakeside Frederiksborg Castle, the elegant summer residence of Fredensborg Palace and the UNESCO world heritage site of Kronborg within short driving distance of each other.
  • With more than 440 islands and 7000 kilometers of shoreline, Denmark is an excellent location to enjoy by sea – take a scenic cruise by sailing schooner, steam ferry or motor yacht or enjoy something more exhilarating, like a RIB boat cruise.
  • Crazy about steam trains? Denmark has several restored and fully functional vintage steam train lines operating around the country. Use them for sightseeing or in the framework of an event.
  • Sample the delicious and artful Danish Smørrebrød (open-faced sandwiches) for lunch,  the famous seafood cuisine in any of the coastal towns or the delights of the New Nordic food wave, making headlines everywhere.
  • Explore the royal side of Copenhagen with a tour of the many castles and palaces; like Rosenborg Castle with the royal crown jewels and regalia, Christiansborg Castle – home to the Danish Parliament and the Queen’s Reception Rooms – or Amalienborg Palace, the royal winter residence.
  • Don’t miss the other highlights of Copenhagen, like famous Tivoli Gardens from 1843 – one of the world’s oldest amusement parks – and the Little Mermaid – a cherished Copenhagen landmark since 1913, a canal cruise through the sprawling Copenhagen harbour and the quaint canals of Christianshavn, the unique art collection of the New Carlsberg Glyptoteque – bestowed by the Carlsberg family – or just a stroll down Strøget – one of the oldest and longest pedestrian streets in Europe.
  • Go under the sea with a visit to the Blue Planet – the unique 9000 m2 building is the newly built home of the National Aquarium of Denmark and is Northern Europe largest & most modern aquarium!

Contact us for more information on programs in Denmark.

Visit the website of our DMC Family office in Denmark


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