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The Danish love children and huge families; you can see it in the streets, in the restaurants, everywhere and from any point of view.
In fact, the global, economic recession even had a bad influence on Denmark, where they had recorded a decline in birth rate for several years. For this reason, TV commercials and a ministerial campaign tried to raise the number of births again – and that they did. They succeeded, surprising even themselves, because since 2014 they have had quite a boom of newborns.
Another interesting statistic is that Denmark is the planet’s happiest nation, and it seems that
part of its secret has to do with their people’s upbringing and the kids’ behaviour. Raising kids like a Dane has become a goal for many parents, all over the word, according to the bestseller “The Danish Way of Parenting: What the Happiest People in the World Know About Raising Confident, Capable Kids”. Before leaving for Copenhagen, bring a copy of this book and plan some special visit to improve yourself at one of these addresses – for in a city for kids, it will be easier to start acting like a Danish parent.
You will find reserved places on buses and trains for prams and pushchairs, children’s menus in restaurants, art museums at a child’s height, and of course, reductions at all attractions. Copenhagen’s crown jewel, Tivoli Gardens, is a true fairy-tale for kids as well as their mum and dad. Copenhagen has a state-of-the-art Zoo and a brand-new aquarium, The Blue Planet. The new Danish cuisine is super-healthy and you can shop for beautiful clothes and toys designed by local artists, for a useful and lasting souvenir to bring home, feeling more Danish than before!
Classic, natural, ice creams and experimental flavours like blue poppy seeds or sorbet made of lemon, black berries, and estragon. Seasonal menu and family facilities.
A urban open space in Nørrebro divided into three main areas: while The Red Square designates the modern, urban life with café, music and sports, The Black Market is the classic square with fountain and benches. The Green Park is a park for picnics, sports and walking the dog.
Completely renewed, the 3rd floor of ILLUM department store is the most furnished and exclusive address in town to shop for the 0-14-year-olds. You will find everything you need for children and adventurous souls. Here we offer a wide selection of the best brands in clothes, toys, travel goods and sportswear.
The deli is a fusion of informal eatery, grocery, coffee shop and take-away outlet run by the Danish celebrity-chef Claus Meyer. You can enjoy freshly made dishes from the Nordic cuisine as well as updated versions of Danish food classics.
The exhibition explores Darwin’s theory and evolution through a multitude of animals, skeletons, fossils, and the lines which connect all living organisms and have done so for millions of years. At the room, Magasinet, you can touch the stuffed animals and the skeletons.
The Blue Planet is Northern Europe’s largest aquarium and gives visitors an underwater experience. The building is a design beauty with water on all sides and five different branches, one for each marine environment.
Founded in 1843 it’s an international attraction loved by Christian Andersen and Walt Disney as well. Fairy-tale atmosphere, nostalgic buildings and thrilling attractions like Vertigo – which will turn you upside down at 100 km. Don’t miss the oldest and most popular ride, the wooden Roller Coaster from 1914 which has a brakeman on board every train.