Denmark by seasons
Denmark is a picture perfect destination all year round, but it really comes to life in the Spring. Colours pop left, right, and centre with pink cherry trees, luscious green grass and colourful tulip fields blossoming. As soon as the sun comes out, it’s a known fact that the Danes will be out too so spring days in Denmark can give you a real feel of the Danish culture and day to day life. Head out and find a sunny spot for a BBQ, take a walk in one of Denmark’s national parks, or travel back in time and get stuck in at the International Viking Market.
A summer holiday to Denmark probably isn’t the first destination you’d think of but a Danish Summer can be glorious . Temperatures are in the mid 20s and there are white sand beaches just waiting for you to sink your toes into. Apply the sunscreen and lay back and relax or take to the water and explore the coastline with some kite surfing or kayaking. If keeping your feet on solid ground is more your thing, get cycling or climbing. Whatever it takes to get your heart racing.
September is always bitter sweet, saying goodbye to summer and welcoming in colder and darker days and this is why Denmark is a great holiday destination for the Autumn. It’s still ideal temperatures to be enjoying the outdoors and there’s plenty to do and see that gets you out and about. Hit the ground running with one of Denmark’s many Autumn festivals, celebrating history, culture and life and then get spooky as October rolls in with haunted houses and underground caves and even head to Tivoli Gardens for a day of spooky rides and amusements.
Winter might be cold, but it’s the peak of the hygge season and the Christmas festivities are beginning. Hygge is the popular Danish word for creating a warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with good people. What sounds better than that? With light festivals, winter swimming festivals, and huge atmospheric Christmas markets, there’s plenty to get up to and you might even get some snow! A real winter wonderland.