Elsinore is a culture city with deep roots in history. World famous for Kronborg
Castle, Shakespeare´s Hamlet near Øresund, which was the basis for the
city´s prosperity for more than 400 years. In recent times was focused on
Elsinore Shipyard - now converted to Culture
Yard, a dynamic cultural center with concerts, theater, main library, etc.
The Culture harbor, which is under construction with particular the new Maritime
Museum, connects the Kronborg
Castle with the center of Elsinore in an inspiring meeting between past and
Elsinore is one of the best places for Angling,
sea fishing and deep sea fishing
Denmark s weather is quite mild and the climate of Denmark is temperate, made mild by mostly west winds and by the seas surrounding
Denmark almost entirely. The winters are not particularly cold and the summers are mild.
Denmark doesn t have a lot of fluctuation between day and night temperatures, but wind gusts and changes in wind direction can quickly change the weather and temperatures. The wind is stronger in winter.
Denmark s mean temperature in the coldest month (February) is 0°C (32°F), and in the warmest (July) 17°C (63°F). Rain in Denmark comes on a regular basis year-round, there are no true dry periods. The annual rain fall in Denmark averages 61 cm (24 in) of precipitation.
Copenhagen has an average of 170 rainy days. The greatest rainfall comes between September and November. Snow is rare. You can also take a look at the current local weather in Denmark s cities.
Because of Denmark s northern location in Europe, the length of the day with sunlight varies greatly. This is typical for Scandinavian There are short days during the winter with sunrise coming around 8 am and sunset 3:30 pm, as well as beautifully long summer days with sunrise at 3:30 am and late sunsets at 10 pm.
The most amazing natural phenomena in Scandinavia can be witnessed in the region of the Arctic circle, e.g. in the Scandinavian countries Norway, Iceland and Sweden. Find out how Scandinavian nature created these phenomena, when and where in Scandinavia they happen, and whether these natural phenomena in Scandinavia can affect your vacation or even your health.
The Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) As the top choice, the Northern Lights are probably the most famous natural occurrance when people think of Scandinavia. Their correct name is Aurora Borealis. We associate the Aurora Borealis with wintertime, although in reality they are present the year round. In Tromso and Finnmark, you can see the Northern Lights every other clear night, if not even more frequently. From southern Norway you can see them a few times each month.On a clear winter night you can be lucky and experience the spectacular Northern Lights in Denmark
Summer extends from June to August. Winter is from December to March, wet with long periods of frost. February is the coldest month. Spring and autumn are generally mild.
Lightweight for summer and heavyweight for winter snows.