Denmark is the smallest of the Scandinavian countries, located on the peninsula of Jylland, bordering Germany, and on about 500 islands, the largest of these being Sjaelland, Fyn and Bornholm. In addition to Denmark itself, the kingdom also includes the Faeroe Islands and Greenland.

Copenhagen is the modern metropolis that never forgot its history. A captivating, friendly city where there is always something wonderful around the next corner to see, smell, taste, feel or listen to. There are the royal castles, the parks, the squares and the plazas, and not least, like a precious gem, Nyhavn, the New Harbour. The statue of the “Little Mermaid” is a favourite with most visitors.
Like all other cities in Scandinavia, Copenhagen offers a rich cultural life with many restaurants, theatres, opera, museums and places of interest.

Greenland is the largest island in the world. Its northerly location, at the point where the Atlantic meets the Arctic Ocean, means that Greenland is surrounded principally by cold ocean currents, and this, combined with the radiation of cold from the inland ice, gives Greenland its arctic climate.