Denmark Travel Guide – The Danes are, overwhelmingly, a happy bunch. In fact, if you believe that satisfaction surveys come out every two years, Denmark is one of the happiest nations on earth with some of the best quality of life. Along winding cobbled streets the Danes shop and dine in some of the most exciting places in Europe. Restaurants in Copenhagen have more Michelin stars than any other Scandinavian city, and Denmark as a whole would undoubtedly have even more if Michelin inspectors were worried about leaving the capital and heading to Aalborg or Aarhus and its surroundings. Even standards in a working Danish cafe are generally very high.
Beyond the capital and larger cities, Denmark offers a mix of lively cities such as Ribe and Odense plus countryside, medieval churches, Renaissance castles and orderly 18th century villages. The neolithic dolmen, the 2000-year-old "marshy people" and impressive Viking ruins are just some of the remains of the long and fascinating history of the nation.
When he travels to Denmark, he continues to mark his style effortlessly in the world with his furniture, fashion, architecture and graphic design, as he has done for the last fifty years. This obsession with good design, detail and fine craftsmanship is evident even in something as mundane as a Copenhagen metro or train.
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