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That’s why the spring weekend goes to Denmark

Published: 24 February 2023, 09:58 Updated: 27 February 2023, 11:30The Danes seem to have learned the fine art of enjoying themselves. In other words – high time to be inspired and wait for a warming spring weekend in our southern neighbor.More tips and inspiration: visitdenmark.se It is not an easy thing to both manage to take life a bit calmly, and still want to be on tiptoe out of curiosity to find new inspiration. Maybe we Swedes should learn a little from the Danes, who seem to have figured out how to actually make this combination become the most beautiful art. Our selection in Denmark is full of powerful experiences, regardless of whether you start with cozy overnight stays at lovely weekend hotels along the country’s many and long coastlines, get cultural kicks at masterful museums – or preferably settle down to get some delicious samples of the now world-famous and innovative Danish culinary arts. And it is of course not only in Copenhagen that restaurants and cultural life are flourishing. Distances are short in our southern neighbor, so take the opportunity to take the train or car and discover all of Denmark.Photo: Daniel Villadsen Photography

Style-making in Zealand

Why not roll the rental bike on the regional train from Copenhagen to the north? North Zealand will soon reveal a string of unique experiences in beautiful environments, not least for those who like Danish design and art. This entire so-called gold coast is absolutely packed with natural stops. One of the most iconic stops can be found just beyond Humlebaek train station; the museum oasis Louisiana, which is as beautiful as it is style-forming. Here you are quickly struck by how much magical environments influence art. Therefore, don’t miss walking around in the spring light in the garden together with Henry Moore’s statues and Calder’s mobiles. Just to the south, you stop at elegant Rungstedlund and the pioneering Danish writer Karen Blixen. Today her home is a nice little personal museum showing where she was born and where she returned in the early 1930s after years on the coffee farm in Kenya. In the afternoon, you check in at idyllic, historic beach hotels such as Havgaarden by Vejby beach or Helenekilde.

Bornholm is flourishing

The boat to Bornholm is just as much a retrospective journey towards a timeless island where craftsmanship and tradition are a natural part of everyday life. At the Hammershus museum you learn all about the flourishing Bornholm, while you dip your toes into the sophisticated hotel life and enjoy local ingredients during the chef’s gourmet cruise at Stammershalle Badehotell in Gudhjem. The Danish island of sunshine is made for beautiful spring walks. There are plenty of untrodden paths and wild hiking trails to explore. Perhaps it was no coincidence that the German magazine Trekking named Bornholm the “Second best destination in Europe” two years ago. Maximize the experience by spending the night close to nature in personal small cabins or charming rural hotels.Hammershus on BornholmHammershus on Bornholm Photo: Daniel Villadsen

Incomparable Jutland landscapes

If North Zealand has its Louisiana, northern Jutland counters with Skagen’s museum. After being inspired by the artist collective’s landscape painting, one cannot help but take a poetic walk along the dunes. If you then want to meet the traditional, you check in at Bröndum’s hotel and take a seat in the cozy courtyard for day-fresh butter bread. If you would rather get a glimpse and smell of the most prosperous of Denmark, you book a table in the brasserie of Ruths Hotel and eavesdrop on the latest celebrity gossip – all accompanied by the seafood of the day and accompanying Danish bubbly. Ålborg is the unofficial capital of North Jutland. A dynamic Dane that creates more taste – with its human mix of historic cobbled streets, exciting street food culture and spectacular art experiences such as the silver-shining Musikkens Hus.Photo: Mette Johnsen & Destination Nord

Discover the heart of Jutland

A little further south, Denmark throbs calmly and safely in an area known as the heart of Jutland. The region is one of the proofs of how, not least, gastronomy is flourishing all over the country. Locally grown and local ingredients really celebrate triumphs here in this new food destination of Michelin-awarded restaurants, innovative butterscotch restaurants, wineries and local microbreweries. The heart of Jutland borders HC Andersen’s Funen to the east and the vast North Sea to the west – and here it really tastes of the salt from the waves and the sweetness of the warm countryside. In the fjord outside charming Vejle with its modernist harbor area lies the traditional as well as modern Comwell Kellers Park, an exclusive atmosphere of equal parts countryside and discreet luxury in the middle of a historic setting. Exhilarating spa experiences or golf await here for those who get down to it. In Restaurant Christian Keller both à la carte and menus are served as samples of Jutland delicacies. Maybe a glass of sparkling white from the island’s acclaimed winemaker Lindely.Photo: Brother Ditlev Kolding

Located in Odense

Slightly undiscovered Odense on the island of Funen deserves all the attention, not only for its perhaps most famous resident, HC Andersen. Denmark’s third largest city is a futuristic gem, equal parts forward movement and firmly rooted in history. Stroll like a novel character on a beautiful spring day in one of Denmark’s oldest cities among romantic cobbled streets and low half-timbered houses. If the cuteness is too much, a visit to Brandt’s clothing factory, the largest workplace in Odense of the last century, is recommended. Today, the raw factory walls have been transformed into an exciting cultural cluster, including the Brandts art museum and the Kulturmaskinen.

Located in Odense

Slightly undiscovered Odense on the island of Funen deserves all the attention, not only for its perhaps most famous resident, HC Andersen. Denmark’s third largest city is a futuristic gem, equal parts forward movement and firmly rooted in history. Stroll like a novel character on a beautiful spring day in one of Denmark’s oldest cities among romantic cobbled streets and low half-timbered houses. If the cuteness is too much, a visit to Brandt’s clothing factory, the largest workplace in Odense of the last century, is recommended. Today, the raw factory walls have been transformed into an exciting cultural cluster, including the Brandts art museum and the Kulturmaskinen.

Spring weekend in Denmark

The beautiful coastlines of North Zealand, the untouched and idyllic Bornholm, Jutland’s magical fairytale landscape of sand and Funen’s fairytale castle environments. Spring awaits in Denmark.You can find more tips on activities here. The article is produced by Brand Studio in collaboration with VisitDenmark and not an article by Dagens industri

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