There is always so much going on in Denmark, if you are looking at getting married in Denmark why not time your wedding with something else going on for a fun filled Nordic Honeymoon. We have listed just a few of the possibilities below, but this is just a small list of what Denmark has to offer throughout the year.
Also Copenhagen City Hall has outdoor weddings at events like Pride, Hans Christian- Andersens birthday, Tivoli, Tour De France, in Parks, Royal Gardens and Beaches throughout the Spring, Summer and Autumn months.
Roskilde Festival: One of the largest music festivals in Europe, held 29th June - 6th July, featuring a diverse lineup of international artists across various genres. More information available on dates and tickets - CLICK HERE
Copenhagen Jazz Festival: A prominent jazz event held in the capital city, Copenhagen, July 5th -14th, showcasing jazz performances at various venues across the city. More information - CLICK HERE
Copenhagen Cooking & Food Festival: Celebrating Danish gastronomy, this festival August 16th - 25th, offering food tastings, workshops, and culinary events. A personal favorite of ours, and you can read all about what to expect by CLICKING HERE
Aarhus Festuge (Aarhus Festival Week): A cultural festival in Aarhus, Denmark's second-largest city, featuring music, art, theater, and performances in 30th August until September 8th and this is a HUGE event with so much going on - more information HERE.
Tivoli Gardens Events: Tivoli Gardens, a famous amusement park in Copenhagen, often hosts seasonal events, concerts, and special celebrations throughout the year. They even have an Andrew Lloyd Webber event going on in February! There are shows, theatre plays, a concert hall. And it is over the road from the ever popular wedding venue Copenhagen City Hall. To keep up to date with what is happening when CLICK HERE.
Various Sporting Events: Denmark is active in sports, particularly football (soccer), handball, and cycling - with a leg of the tour de France going through Denmark. The Ice Hockey world championships are usually in Denmark. There is a full calendar HERE
- Art Exhibitions and Cultural Events: If you are interested in commemorating Denmarks Viking heritage. Five Viking Age Ring Fortresses have become Denmark's latest UNESCO World Heritage-listed site. Aggersborg, Fyrkat, Nonnebakken, Trelleborg, and Borgring offer a fascinating glimpse into the Viking legacy, there is more information on the UNESCO website HERE
- Seasonal Celebrations: Traditional Danish celebrations like Christmas markets, Sankt Hans Aften (Midsummer Eve), and cultural events around Fastelavn (Carnival) can be expected all over Denmark - have a look at the Denmark tourist Site HERE.
- Copenhagen Pride Parade: Centre of Copenhagen from August 10th - 18th, rainbow parades through the centre, and an event completely based around love, a truly fantastic vibe, and lots of fun! CLICK HERE for more information.
- World Coffee Championships: Leading coffee roasters battle it out for the coveted title of World Champion, a must see for Coffee lovers - June 27th, 28th and 29th in Copenhagen. CLICK HERE for more details.
There has been quite a bit of media mention on Denmark in the press lately, so do not just take our word for it - see what others around the world are saying!
The Telegraph: Aalborg: the 'crazy Danish city where you can still smoke in pubs
The Times: How to do Copenhagen with children on the cheap
The Guardian: Eco home and a Michelin green star
The Sun: Inside Denmark's Legoland that's built for kids
The Independent: Denmark travel guide: Everything you need to know before you go
The Gentleman's Journal: Copenhagen city guide
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