It’s ‘hygge’ time
Danish ‘hygge’ is taking the world by storm – it’s that undefinable warmth and coziness that the Danes are famous for. A seaside stroll. A hot meal with friends. The simple things in life, executed in an elegant, yet down-to-earth way. Join us and soak up all the hygge you possibly can in the north of Denmark.
Treasure hunt at Hamlet’s Home
Discover Shakespeare’s inspiration for the setting of Hamlet – Kronborg Castle. Dating back to 1420, Kronborg is on UNESCO’s World Heritage List and is home to the ‘sleeping’ Viking warrior, Holger Danske. Positioned on the shores of the Oresund Sound, which connects the North and Baltic Seas, the castle offers gorgeous maritime views as well as creepy crypts and regal chambers worthy of exploration. You and your peers will be divided into teams to solve tasks and find hidden gems both indoors and outdoors. May the best team win!
We start evening activities with an adventure, and take a treasure hunt at the hisorical site of Kronborg Castle. Engage your brain, decode the clues and prepare for brilliant creative challenges. You'll be inspired without feeling overworked – it's an unforgettable team event you won't want to miss.
Welcome reception at Hotel Marienlyst
When our treasure hunt concludes, a beach-side barbeque awaits at the hotel. Watch this space for more information.
Conference Dinner at Maritime Museum of Denmark
Opened in 2013, the Maritime Museum is an iconic piece of architecture, shaped like an enormous ship built around an old dry dock. The site was home to one of Denmark’s most significant and progressive modern shipyards between 1882 and 1985. Designed by the world-famous Danish architects, BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), the building offers marvelous sloping aluminium and glass bridges, arranged as a dramatic, multi-angular composition, and a world of maritime stores and adventures. Don't miss it! September 26th, 19:00.
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