In Denmark we celebrate fastelavn (shrovetide) seven weeks before easter day🌿🐤. There are many traditions connected to fastelavn. Around this time, kids usually dress up and knock the cat out of the barrel (not a real cat🙀) and many parents make a decorated birch branch with a lot of candy on it for their children🍬🍭. But one of the best traditions around fastelavn is definitely the fastelavn bun🍩😋. It comes in many shapes and colors filled with cream, jam and/or marzipan. You can buy them almost everywhere. Have you tried them yet? If no, here is a guide to some of the best buns you can buy in Copenhagen. Enjoy!😀 ... See MoreSee Less
This week or next week most children are off from school because of winter break or ‘vinterferie’. This is NOT a Danish public holiday. You can talk to your host family if you want to use some of your earned holiday. ... See MoreSee Less
You may experience the Danish winter as long, dark and rainy – and you’re right. It does feel long, dark and rainy…🌧💨 But luckily, you can experience Copenhagen filled with light installations all February🔺🔹🔸! Copenhagen harbor and many city spaces and buildings are lit up by colorful lights🌈. You can experience the light installations yourself or you can join a guided tour in canal boats⛴, in kayaks🛶, on Segway🛴 or on a guided walk🚶♀️🚶🏿♂️. Check it out below 👇🏼 to learn more. ... See MoreSee Less
Registration to APN First Aid Training on March 28 in Lyngby is open!
Do you want to join? Send an e-mail to email@example.com stating your full name.
As always, we have a limited number of slots for the training and it is first come, first served. Please check your e-mail for a confirmation of your registration and more info about the time and place. All registered will also receive an e-mail one week before the event. ... See MoreSee Less