Denmark has a number of characteristics that distinguish it from its northern European neighbours; with 406 islands, 7314 km of coastline and you are never more than 30 miles from the sea!
Denmark has cosmopolitan cities with culture and history, classic and cutting-edge design and architecture, quaint ‘off-the-beaten-path’ villages, fairytale castles and centuries-old monuments. The landscape varies from mighty sand dunes, wide-open seascapes to heather heaths and downs, and woodland inlets.
In most regards, Denmark is recognized internationally by its social balance, equality, low levels of corruption, transparency, universal welfare services and high minimum wages.
Copenhagen, the largest city in Denmark, has repeatedly been recognized as having the best quality of life of any in the world.