Denmark's turning loose its first wild elk in 5000 years, and hopes they'll find their way to a permanent population.
Copenhagen's big network of bicycle highways has opened a new set of links around the city's inner harbor, and they couldn't be prouder...
A trio of amateur archaeologists turns up Denmark's largest-ever hoard of Viking-era gold.
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.