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Nov 10 – Dec 23 all-day
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Copenhagen’s most famous harbour, Nyhavn, serves as a backdrop for many a tourist snap. With its rows of colourful buildings...
Copenhagen
Nov 17 – Dec 30 all-day
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The annual Christmas market held at the Liseberg amusement park in Gothenburg is the largest one in Sweden and it...
Gothenburg
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Aarhus is filled with fun things to see and do all year round. The city is particularly worth a visit...
Aarhus
Nov 18 – Dec 23 all-day
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The cobbled streets are lightly dusted with a fresh layer of snow, candles glow in storefront windows and the ghost...
Stockholm
Nov 19 – Dec 31 all-day
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The Tivoli Gardens amusement park opened in 1843 but it wasn’t until 1994 that Christmas celebrations began to be held...
Copenhagen
Nov 21 – Nov 26 all-day
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The Umeå European Film Festival was started to showcase films that convey different understandings of European cinema. Among the films...
Umeå
Nov 24 – Nov 26 all-day
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Børglum Abbey is located in North Jutland on a remote hilltop overlooking the Limfjord. It’s one of the oldest monasteries...
Vrå
Nov 26 – Nov 27 all-day
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If you love to ski and can’t wait for the season’s first snowfall, then the Winter Festival in Valdres, around...
Valdres

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