Travel, Teach, Live in Europe and Middle East
Denmark is a popular country to visit, especially in summer. Not only can tourists escape the heat of their own area, but they can enjoy a country rich in culture and good food. Danish culture places a large emphasis on the arts. Arts such as music, literature, theater and visual arts flourish because of the large amount of government funding they receive. Because of the governmental funds the Danes receive for the arts, the people can be devoted to their work as the countryâ€™s theaters, film institute and museums are given national support.
Denmark has a highly developed transportation system. The Storstrom Bridge connects Falster and Sjaelland, while the Little Belt Bride links Jutland and Fyn. An auto link and train connects Sjaell and Flyn.
Danes usually bike to work, as well as use their bikes for taking weekend trips. Besides being healthier, Danes consider biking to be cheaper and a good way to help the environment. They contend itâ€™s generally quicker to ride a bike than take public transportation. In fact, Odense is known as â€œthe bicycle city of the yearâ€