Copenhagen's success at getting people out of cars and onto bikes has led to two-wheel traffic jams. New signs are aimed at helping riders avoid them.
British Airways sees a way to fill some seats and offer a benefit that may be out of reach for its low-cost rivals.
Evidence has been found of grape-growing in Denmark in the Viking era, and it appears likely that they were used in winemaking.
What to do with it—in this case, human waste—has led to some unusual recycling projects in Italy and Denmark.
Copenhagen's reputation as a bicycle city is taking a new step: a bicycle ferry across the Oresund to Sweden.
A new study highlights an early wave of immigrants, and the hostile reaction they faced from England's rulers.
Add Copenhagen to the list of cities where Airbnb is agreeing to limits on rentals to answer complaints it is adding to housing shortages.
A new attraction for Lego lovers and artists opens in September at the company's home in Denmark.
A series of humorous videos asking residents of sunny countries to remind Danes to get out of the sun is actually aimed at high rates of skin cancers.
Coming back from near-extinction, Denmark's eagles are setting record numbers.
Copenhagen looks for a middle way to allow but limit short-term vacation rentals of apartments as other cities also struggle with the issue.
No longer in love, or even tolerating each other, a pair of polar bears are separated by zoo authorities.
Denmark's growing travel totals call for new rooms, and they are on the way.
Denmark and Norway are dropping old favorites, while Sweden finds new ways to describe new things.
The Denmark-to-Sweden set a record for car crossings this year, but it may have come at the expense of rail travel.