Brumleby Playground, Copenhagen This topsy-turvy playground’s centerpiece consists of three warped houses connected by balancing bridges and equipped with climbing grips on the walls and slides from the windows. For fans of traditional parks, Brumleby also has roll overbars, seesaws and swings. Photo courtesy of Monstrum
Copenhagen is the coolest kid on the Nordic block. Edgier than Stockholm and worldlier than Oslo, the Danish capital gives Scandinavia the X factor. Just ask style bibles Monocle and Wallpaper magazines, which fawn over its industrial-chic bar, design and fashion scenes, and culinary revolution... Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/denmark/copenhagen#ixzz3do5wRKVg
The whole month of December in Denmark is dominated by Christmas. Each year there is a Christmas calendars for kids, which is sent on TV. The children watch one episode every night. The final episode on the 24th of December is often the highlight of the month for many children. During the month, most Danish families spend a lot of family time together baking cookies, making Christmas decorations etc, and in most towns the main shopping streets are decorated with fir garlands and lights.