For most Danes, Germany is a “drive through country” on the way to more sunny and exiting holiday places in the southern part of Europe. It’s a shame, because there are so many interesting and beautiful places to visit in Germany.
One of them is Harz with Germany’s most northern mountains, just 4 hours drive from Copenhagen. And for those who think Harz is for old people, think again. I went there with my family for a few days in January, and despite the fact that there was no snow and, accordingly, no skiing opportunities (which was actually what we had hoped for), there were lots of tourists, in all age groups. Actually, with a majority of younger couples.
They were hiking, shopping, dining, exploring, enjoying the beautiful scenery, the historic town of Goslar, and of course the many wellness facilities. We had a great time, and I would love to come back!
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By Kirsten Bukager
I am a Danish writer and visual artist. After several years in The Netherlands, I am back in my home country.
M.Sc. in International Business Administration and Modern Languages fra Copenhagen Business School, Communication and Online Journalism studies at Webster University and London School of Journalism. Bachelor in Education.
I have worked with communications and marketing for many years, and recently changed path to teaching (Danish language, Art, Social Studies). I have always had a creative mind and filled many drawing blocks and canvases.
I write for pleasure. Most of my stories are about places and people I encounter on journeys around the world. I have an eye for cultural and social subtleties, and I am especially interested in travel and the arts.
Drop me a line if you are interested in my art, my teaching, or if you have a question or comment. And feel free to follow me on Instagram.
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