Denmark, a Scandinavian Country in South Norway, is actually famous for its spine-chilling weather. Most of the people often visit here in Summers but let us tell you that if you also have been there only in the Summers, you are missing out on so many exciting things that you can see or do here in winter.
In winter, Denmark has many things to do, and you may be confused about what to choose. Just because you don’t see much direct sunlight in winter and the weather is very cold, it doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy sharing. In winter, Denmark is full of magic, especially all celebrations. If you spend the winter in Denmark, even a simple cup of hot cocoa is worth it.
Explore The Copenhagen Christmas Market
There is no better place for a holiday than the cozy Christmas market in Copenhagen. The HøjbroPlads Christmas Market and Kongens Nytorv’s Christmas Market are located in the city center, just beside the famous pedestrian shopping street Stroget.
The annual market in Freetown Christiana is also one of the most interesting because it is reminiscent of the Oriental Bazaar. You may find paper soap, jewelry, paper mobile phones, clothes, and leather products among many handicrafts.
Winter vacation in the castle
Apart from the winter vacation at the beautiful Frederiksborg Castle, what could be more romantic for children and adults? The concept has changed this year, so it no longer involves princess dresses and knight costumes but returns to the Viking era, where you can try "hold on to the beast" decorations and runes. There are family trips to the castle in the morning and at noon every day.
Show your skills on the skating rink.
Put on a pair of skates and start to show off your best moves, just like you will audition and dance on the ice. We guarantee that it will bring you some warmth. If not, you just need to add a cup of hot chocolate to the mixture. Visit Denmark by making delta airlines reservations and create some amazing picturesque while skating and let people see you basking at the skating rink.
Do winter bathing in Sluseholemen.
When it snows in Denmark, winter bathing is a tradition cherished by the Danish people. Although diving into a frozen channel may not seem like a pleasant idea, you can definitely try it as a bucket list. The Danes believe that winter bathing has many health benefits and can even improve your quality of life. Heading to Fisketorvet, Island Brygge, or Sluseholmen, both novices and seasonal winter nurses can dive into the clear, albeit chilly, waters.
Or just pretend you Gonna do winter bathing.
If winter bathing is not your real thing, don’t worry, we have another option! Enjoying the scenery of the capital while swimming comfortably in a floating hot tub! How does that sound? Or put on a bathing suit and enjoy the bucket sauna (no swimming required).
Just have a Vacation holiday.
Suppose you have not yet decided where and how this year’s holiday will go. In that case, you will not only have endless inspiration, but you can also find bargains at Scandinavia’s largest annual holiday fair in Haining. There are food stalls from different parts of Denmark, and of course, there is a large area dedicated to everything in camping. If you have never been to "Everyone's Holiday,” then you have never been to a holiday market.
Spend some time in the holiday home
Finally, we will let you introduce one of our best-kept secrets. Danes like to hide in their holiday houses in winter (even if they call them "summer houses" in Denmark). The area with holiday cabins is the ideal place to disconnect, just be with your loved ones, away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Calm down the Viking style!
If the weather gets too hot while walking in the museum, you may want to consider embracing the waves like a real Viking to cool off. We also like to be active in diving suits, flapping, and surfing on water sports hotspots such as Cold Hawaii.
Experience ice cream in the winter wonderland of Tivoli
If you are in Copenhagen in February, you should go to Tivoli Gardens and spend a day enjoying the garden’s unique light displays, rides, stalls, and restaurants.
In winter, Denmark has so many things to do; it is almost impossible to choose. From royal palaces, innovative museums, fairytale Christmas villages, and annual music and design events, visiting Denmark in winter is full of magic. So, why wait? Plan your trip now and book frontier airlines reservations to reach here and exploring the Scandinavia’sst at a very reasonable and affordable price