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Is moving to Denmark easy?
Moving to Denmark can be a difficult transition People generally have less space here than in a spread-out country like the USA. Depending on where you settle in Denmark, you may have to downsize from a house to an apartment, or from an apartment to a room in an apartment.
Can I move to Denmark without a job?
To stay in Denmark for longer than three months, you must meet the requirements for an EU residence certificate, which essentially means you need a job offer. The certificate gives you the ongoing right to live in Denmark for as long as the conditions by which you obtained the certificate remain valid.
Why are there no curtains in Denmark?
The most popular explanation stems from the Protestant religious tradition of Calvinism, which insists that honest citizens have nothing to hide. Closing the curtains could indicate otherwise. And by letting people have a look inside, you let them know: Look, I’m a decent person!
What do I need to know before visiting Denmark?
16 Things to Know Before You Go to Denmark. Go to Jutland, particularly the western stretch that locals call the Rotten Banana (self-deprecation is a refined art in Denmark). Nothing rotten about it: just a captivating landscape of heaths, fjords and peat bogs. Better yet, bring bicycles and ride the rolling hills.
What can you buy with $5 in Denmark?
A money-saving, sanity-preserving, pleasure-maximizing guide to Denmark. Denmark is expensive. Japan expensive. Here’s what $5 will buy you: a cup of coffee, a soft drink at a restaurant, a single metro ride, a postcard, half of an open-faced sandwich, two beers at a 7-11, a few minutes on a public phone.
What are the best places to visit in Denmark?
Damn fine city, but much of the real Denmark lies just on the other side of the island of Fyn. Go to Jutland, particularly the western stretch that locals call the Rotten Banana (self-deprecation is a refined art in Denmark). Nothing rotten about it: just a captivating landscape of heaths, fjords and peat bogs.
Is there any LARPing in Denmark?
Check in with the Rollespils Fabrikken to see if any LARPing is going down during your time in Denmark. The Danes consume more pork than anyone in the world. The average citizen packs away 142 pounds of pig a year, outpacing freakish porcine addicts like the Spaniards by a full 20 pounds.