The Kingdom of Denmark is more than what meets the eye. From literary greats to arctic expeditions, Denmark and its self-governing territories of Greenland and the Faroe Islands are fairy tale perfect.
In Copenhagen, the largest city and nation capital, you can learn more about not just Hans Christian Andersen and how the Danish bombed their own ships to prevent the Nazis from using them during World War II.
Outside of Denmark proper you can check out the cute Atlantic Puffins that make the Faroe Islands their home or learn about the most politest land dispute between Denmark and Canada over Hans Island in Greenland.
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WHAT TO EXPECT
Language: Danish is the official language and is spoken across Denmark, the Faroes and Greenland. Faroese and Greenlandic are also official languages respectively. You'll also hear German in Denmark proper, and English in Greenland.
Money: Despite being part of the EU, Denmark has it's own national currency the Krone (krDKK). Credit and Debit cards are widely accepted.
Law & Order: Whilst violent crime involving tourists is rare, theft, and petty crime is common across most major cities.
Tax and Gratuity: Sales tax is included in the price of everything you purchase. Hospitality staff do accept gratuities but this is a bonus for excellent customer service.