Tourism in Denmark is one of the best places in Europe to visit, but there are a few caveats.
Here are five things to know about the country’s tourism sector.
There’s no shortage of holidaymakers in Denmark.
According to the Tourism Directorate, more than 60 per cent of Danish nationals have visited other countries.
But the country is still home to more than one million foreigners who do not belong to the country or its nationals.
The total foreign-born population in Denmark was 7.9 million at the end of 2018.
The tourism industry is booming in Denmark’s south.
Denmark has a strong hospitality sector.
But there are more than 70,000 hotels and other lodging establishments in the country, with the number of foreign guests on offer rising each year.
According the Tourism Office, Denmark’s hotels and inns registered an average of 10,000 foreign guests in 2018, up from 7,000 in 2017.
Denmark’s hospitality industry is among the best in Europe.
Denmark boasts one of Europe’s largest and most comprehensive hospitality sectors.
There are more and more guesthouses, restaurants and shops opening in the capital city, Copenhagen, and other major towns and cities throughout the country.
The hospitality sector is the most highly regulated in Europe, with strict regulations governing the use of food, beverages and other products.
This is because Denmark has so many different cultures and ethnicities, which all need to be balanced and kept separate.
Denmark is the first country in the world to ban the sale of animal parts.
The ban was adopted in 2017, in response to animal cruelty and other abuses that were being committed by the slaughter industry.
The measure is due to come into force on January 1, 2020.
It applies to all meat products, including fish and seafood, meat products from animals raised in the EU and the Middle East, and meat from animals slaughtered in the Nordic countries.
In 2018, the ban included all pork and poultry products, but it was not applied to meat from sheep, cattle or pigs.
A Danish holiday destination is known as “the country of love.”
It’s one of Denmark’s most popular destinations, but not all of its residents have the same feelings about visiting the country each year as tourists do.
Some residents have been known to stay away from other tourist destinations altogether.
Many are concerned that some places will turn into a tourist attraction or that the tourism industry will lose its way.
In response, the Tourism Board of Denmark has worked to make its own list of destinations that offer the best travel experiences.
Some of these places have been ranked highly on this year’s list, while others have been included in the lowest ranking. 1 / 12