Alright, here is a veritably epic constest for you to enter:
WIN: One Of 24 Trips to Denmark In Just One Easy Step
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I’m always keen to head back to Copenhagen as soon and as much as possible so I’m genuinely pleased to share with you this epic competition where you can win trips, not just to Copenhagen but to other beautiful parts of Denmark! Here are the details below:
What’s the competition?
Every day of the advent calendar i.e. from the 1st-24th December, there is a free holiday up for grabs to Denmark! This means there are 24 different holidays to be won!
I mean, who doesn’t love visiting castles, exploring Copenhagen, amazing foody holidays and seaside breaks? Also, as a little advent calendar treat, you’ll get to see a sneak peek at upcoming documentary Finding Hygge. (We’re all pretty crazy about that oft-sought after Danish hygge, right? ? ).
All you have to do is enter your email address on the website below:
⭐️ Click Here To Enter ⭐️
There are new prizes to be won every day so make sure you pop back to the website each day to enter for the next holiday! ?
Denmark is a fascinating country to visit — the picture above is of Kronborg Castle, a World Heritage Site and the setting of Shakespeare’s Hamlet — and to WIN a trip, never mind 24 TRIPS! that doesn’t come up very often!
We’re a bit late to the party here, but today’s entry is…
Take an exclusive tour around Carlsberg’s old cellars tasting beer from ancient times and get that rock star feeling with three nights’ stay at the brand new Royal Suite at the 5-star Copenhagen Marriott Hotel. Your experience will be enhanced by special amenities and tech solutions and all the while enjoying Copenhagen’s best location. The trip is for two people and includes flights with Scandinavian Airlines and Copenhagen Cards giving free access to attractions and transport.
Right then. 13 days left? We’ll be entering each!
Must admit though, on our visits to Denmark so far we’d managed to miss this “oft-sought after Danish hygge.” What is that exactly?
Standing accused, though perhaps not literally the “worst year ever,” 2016 sparked a search for something happier in the world, and the Danish concept of hygge (hoo-ga) found its way onto bookshelves, Pinterest boards, and the Oxford Dictionaries shortlist for “Word of the Year” alongside Brexiteer and Alt-right. Consistently ranked among the happiest people on earth, have the Danes possessed the key to happiness all along? And, can we find it for ourselves?
Winning a trip to Denmark to look for it would be an excellent start. Good luck!