Summertime in Denmark.

“When you think of Scandinavia, what comes into your mind..? Being wrapped up warm and cosy on cold winter nights…? Cocoa by candlelight..? You could be missing a trick. Summer is, when Denmark truly comes alive. With over 400 islands and thousands of miles of dramatic coastline, Denmark is the perfect place to spend your summer. Everything is so close together and easy to get to, giving you freedom to explore your surroundings, unwind and recharge, away from the stresses of daily life”..!

Postcard; West coast of Jutland, Denmark.

The Old Stock Exchange in Copenhagen, Denmark.

“Børsen (The Exchange) is a 17th-centrum Stock Exchange in the center of Copenhagen. The building is is situated next to Christiansborg palace, the Seat of Danish Parliament, on the island of Slotsholmen. Børsen, a popular tourist attraktion, is most noted for its distinctive spire, shaped as the tails of four dragons twined together, reaching a height of 56 meters”..!

Postcard: “If Copenhagen were a person, that person would be generous, beautiful, elderly, but with a flair..!

Climates in Denmark.

“The climate in Denmark is cold in winter and mild in summer; being influenced by the ocean, it’s not as cold as one might think. In fact, clouds, humidity, rain and wind are predominant. Denmark is small and flat, so there are little climate differences between the areas, however, the western coasts of Jutland peninsula are milder, windier and rainier, than the rest of the country. The annual rainfall in Denmark averages 24 inches and having an average of 170 rainy days”..!

Coffee time, anytime in Scandinavia.

”There are a few things you should know about coffee culture in Scandinavia, that will most certainly dazzle you. Scandinavia coffee culture has a different approach, then other European country’s, we serve coffee by gallons, which does engage a ceremony of preparing the coffee and having a sit and enjoying it. Wha is fascinating is how we create a space around the coffee. The cafe’s here are truly heavenly hideaways, cozy indoors to refuge from weather. It is a indescribable feeling you get once you enter into a Scandinavia cafe. The smell of coffee and cookies, warmth and the flickering candles, invite you to drop your worries outside, and simply relax for a while”..!

Postcard: Science may never come up with a better communication system, than a coffee break in Scandinavia”..!

Coffee drinking culture in Denmark.

“Once again this year, Denmark snagged the spot as the happiest country in the world. The Danish capital is perhaps the most enviable city in Europa-full of beautiful, bike-riding, stylish Danes. Unsurprisingly, the city is also known for serving some great coffee. Denmark ranks among the top ten coffee drinking nations with an average Dane consuming 4 cups of coffee per day.

Postcard: Cafe life in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The National Opera House, Copenhagen, Denmark.

The Opera House is among the most modern opera houses in In the world. It is also one of the most expensive ever built with a construction cost well over US$ 500 million. It was a donation from A.P. Møller and Chastine McKinney Møller Foundation to the Danish people”..

Postcard: Evening sky over The National Opera House, Copenhagen, Denmark.