The climate in Denmark is temperate, with mostly humid and overcast weather. The Danish enjoy mild, windy winters and cool summers.
On average, there are around 170 days of rain in Denmark. Better pack your coat and umbrella – it’s like a home from home!
Denmark is apparently the third happiest country in the world! In 2013, Copenhagen was actually voted the happiest city in the world!
Copenhagen was also the first Bicycle City in the world with over 390km of bicycle lanes and around 50% of residents cycling to work! Perhaps lots of fresh air and exercise is the secret to their happiness?
The official language of Denmark is Danish, whilst Foaroese and Greenlandic are also spoken here too.
Exchange your holiday money for Danish Krone, the official currency, to sample a fresh pint of Carlsberg at the factory or a Smørrebrød (an open rye bread sandwich).
Denmark boasts the oldest continually used flag in the world!
This happy-go-lucky country grows potatoes, barley, wheat and sugar beets, rears pigs, catches fish and produces dairy products.
Its industry consists of food processing, machinery and equipment, chemical products, textiles and clothing.
Denmark also exports meat and meat products, machinery and instruments, dairy products, fish and chemicals.
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