Denmark's new Heartland Festival shies away from the big name-big crowds model and goes for a mix of music, discussions and culinary programs.
SAS pilots in Norway and Sweden are on the verge of a strike that could severely impact flights in Scandinavia.
New and expanded air routes, including many from U.S. on discounter Norwegian Air, have given Danish tourism a big boost.
Denmark's second-largest city is plagued with growing flocks of raucous seagulls, and so far, attempts to drive them away have failed.
Hamlet's home to be offered for one night as a sleepover for a contest winner.
With the 'sharing economy' growing in fields such as lodging and transportation, Denmark prepares laws to get the government its share.
Denmark's on a roll, returning to the top of the World Happiness Survey, but it's also gotten marks as Europe's most wasteful nation. Is that fair?
Parts of a Viking runestone, sketched in 1767 and missing since shortly after, have now been found in a farmyard and will now be displayed in a museum.
Austria's Easter season includes 50 million eggs, many visitors and a lot more. Click to read more, and also news about Easter in Spain and Denmark.
A 300 kilo figurehead, salvaged last year from a Danish ship that sank off Sweden's coast over 500 years ago, has now returned to a Copenhagen museum.
Copenhagen's colorful Nyhavn waterfront, once a fearsome rough-and-tumble redlight district, has become a popular spot for tourists and locals.
Copenhagen joins other European cities in experimenting with car-free days and other strategies to lower pollution and change city life.
Cash is still king for some travelers, but these guys took it to another level, traveling with big sacks of Scandinavian coins.
Copenhagen, which is working on a goal of being CO2-neutral by 2025, has decided to remove its municipal funds from fossil-fuel industries.
From games to training and simulations, Virtual Reality is big these days, and Copenhagen's Khora claims to be the first-of-its-kind portal into VR.