As traditional wine-producing areas work to adjust to new conditions, wine-making is popping up in some new places as well.
DrFumblefinger enjoyed this row of nice historic homes built on a canal in Copenhagen.
A Danish city is testing whether more visible crosswalks will give pedestrians a better chance at crossing the street.
Denmark has become the only European country with no Covid restrictions and is hoping to avoid restoring them.
A stash of gold and other coins found in southwestern Denmark will give museum-goers new insights into the pre-Viking era
The Oresund bridge is having a toll sale to encourage more Danes and Swedes to visit each other again.
DrFumblefinger is entertained by a fine band of young musicians while visiting Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen.
Heirs of the sculptor of Copenhagen's mascot are claiming unfair competition from a small town mermaid in northern Jutland.
DrFumblefinger visits the Palm House and Butterfly house, situated in glass buildings in Copenhagen's Royal Botanical Garden.
DrFumblefinger likes visiting urban gardens. The Royal Botanical Garden in Copenhagen is a peaceful and beautiful spot and worthy of a visit.
A free fare program for pedestrians, bikers and people with disabilities is now open for more days and a longer season
Banned from zoos and circuses, Denmark's elephants have an island retirement home.
DrFumblefinger enjoys Copenhagen's harbor area on a pleasant fall day, as did thousands of the city's residents
DrFumblefinger is a fan of Danish hot chocolate and pastries.
Denmark's parliament has given final approval to a fifty-year project to build a new one-square-mile island at the entrance of Copenhagen's harbor with the intent of both providing new housing and, primarily, protecting the harbor from future storm surges. To be called Lynetteholm, the bulk of the island's foundation is to be in place by 2035, with completion by 2070. The plans include a dam system around its perimeter and a new neighborhood with metro stations. But that construction may yet...