Relocation Summer Guide 2016 is out now!

Get your hands on the ultimate guide to settling in Denmark

Denmark is often ranked among the happiest places on the planet to live.

According to Gallup World Pool, Denmark has been rated the world’s happiest country, while Transparency International has recognised it as the world’s least corrupt. In fact, Denmark seems to find itself  on top of a host of ‘world’s best’ indexes.

Why? Perhaps due to one of the two reasons above, but the fact remains that foreigners from all over the globe are coming to Denmark.

To help make the choice and ease the transition that follows, the Relocation Summer Guide supplement will provide you with everything you need to know about making Denmark your new home.

READ MORE: Copenhagen Post launches new free app

WHAT WILL YOU FIND INSIDE?

– Welcome to your new home in Denmark!

– 10-step guide to making Denmark work for you!

– Know the basics: education & healthcare!

– The happiest place to raise your loved ones!

– Work in Denmark!

– Learn the language: Danish made easy, find out how …

 

The Cph Post Supplement, Relocation Summer Guide 2016, is available in print version at many of our distribution spots, but you can also read it as a free & digital magazine on any gadget!

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