Tourism in Denmark is booming.
But it’s not always easy to get around the country.
Here’s what you need, and when you might want to visit.
Denmark’s economy is booming Denmark is booming, with a GDP of around 3.8% in 2015.
Denmark has become an international tourist destination for those who can afford it.
The country’s tourism industry has also become much bigger than the rest of the European Union.
In 2016, Denmark was ranked fourth in the world for GDP, with an average of 5.2% growth in GDP.
The Danish economy is also growing fast.
In 2015, Denmark’s GDP was worth €1.2 trillion, up €2.1 trillion from 2014.
This is an increase of around 60% from 2014’s €1 trillion.
Denmark is also the third largest exporter of tourism products, after the US and China.
The economy is growing at an average annual rate of 6.6%, which is up from 5.3% in 2014.
In 2020, Denmark will become the third-largest tourism market in the EU after the UK and Germany.
This year, Denmark has announced plans to spend €2 billion on new infrastructure.
It will be the largest project in its history, with the first stage planned to open in 2021.
In 2024, Denmark plans to build the world’s biggest lighthouse, which will be a world-first for a new lighthouse.
The next stage will be to build a railway link connecting the capital, Copenhagen, with neighbouring villages in the Faroes.
Denmark also plans to launch a new international airport in 2020, which would be the world first to operate at night.
A third stage of the project is expected to be completed by 2021.
The most exciting new tourist attractions are the new hotels in Copenhagen and the Danish-Norwegian island of Hva.
The latter is the biggest attraction in the country, and is a place where visitors can have a nice view of the sea.
The hotels in the capital have attracted international guests, including some of the world famous stars such as Kate Winslet, Mark Ruffalo and Sir Ben Kingsley.
In addition, there are some beautiful nature trails and islands.
It’s a perfect location to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city.
In 2019, Denmark received the highest number of tourists per capita for a European country, at 1.25 million people.
The population of Denmark is about 8 million, and it has an unemployment rate of 4.4%.
The country also has a highly competitive business climate.
It has the lowest cost of living in Europe, at around 2.2%, and the highest average salary in Europe at €49,000 ($56,000).
Denmark is the only country in the European Economic Area to have an employment rate of less than 8%.
However, a high proportion of people are employed part-time, and the unemployment rate is more than double the EU average of 4%.
Denmark has one of the lowest crime rates in the Western world, with only 2.3 crimes per 100,000 people.
In 2018, there were around 1.4 million visitors to Denmark, and 4.7 million international visitors.
The average per-capita income of people living in Denmark in 2020 was €1,077 ($1,145) per month.
This was more than five times the European average of €906 ($1.18) per person.
Danish people enjoy some of Europe’s best beaches, and are often seen walking around the coastline in sun-drenched shorts and sandals.
Some people also enjoy hiking the beaches in the winter, and some people go on ski tours.
The top beaches in Denmark are Skagerrak and Tønsberg, which are the most popular for ski-resorts.
Many tourists choose to stay in hotels, and hotels are often very expensive.
Denmark’s economy also has an opportunity to benefit from the low level of immigration, which means the population is relatively young and relatively well educated.
Denmark, which is a member of the Schengen area, has an average birth rate of 0.88 children per 1,000 women.
It also has one the lowest rates of domestic violence, and one of Europes lowest rates for homicide.
This means that Denmark’s police force has the highest proportion of female officers.
According to statistics from the European Monitoring Centre for Eastern Europe, the overall crime rate is around one crime for every 5,000 residents.
Denmark offers a great variety of destinations for people looking to spend a night or day.
It offers the most varied weather conditions, and there are several different countries and regions to choose from.
There are also many international destinations in Denmark, from the UK to China.
There is also a large variety of ethnic groups and languages spoken throughout the country (including French, German, and Italian).
If you want to experience some of these different destinations, you can book accommodation through hotels in