Holiday adventure and sunshine recess plans at Forum Copenhagen

Forum Copenhagen hosted the Travel Fair last weekend. The fair was popular among visitors in need of inspiration for travel destinations that could either get them out of the gloomy weather and into the burning sun, or break the monotony through adventure trails and polar expeditions.

The United States, one of the top holiday choices among young Danes.


From luxury cruises across the seven sease, to more extreme experiences taking you to the North Pole – the variety was there.


The adventurous spirits had plenty of choices from safari and hiking trails to scuba diving.





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