It’ll be spook-tacular.
June 23rd is when Denmark celebrates Midsummer and the Saint John’s Eve. Here’s the story behind the traditions and where you can find your nearest bonfire.
It’s party time! Here’s how to throw yourself an authentic Danish birthday.
Every country celebrates Christmas a little differently (if at all). We’re covering the Danish traditions including pre-holiday, food, and what’s up with all the dancing around trees.
We guide you through the many wacky and wonderful traditions so you can celebrate (or at least talk about) the holiday like a native.
Celebrate the Swedish way.
Ring in the new year with a little Scandi fun.
A very Scandinavian celebration of these little crusty creatures.
Bring our your best blue and yellow; here’s an explanation of the history and traditions surrounding Sveriges nationaldag.
What do Swedes do for Christmas? Wouldn’t you like to know!
The traditions, the songs, and most importantly: the food.
There’s meat steamed on birch sticks, rice porridge, and ski jumping. What’s not to love?!