The Art of Happiness
The Art of Happiness
Guided by a social anthropologist and hygge expert, you will delve into the Danish psyche to uncover what makes this one of the happiest countries in the world.
• Organically discover what gives Danes their sense of happiness and contentment – the art of hygge with a renowned anthropologist and hygge expert
• Discover real Danish life over dinner at a local family home in Copenhagen
• Guided visits of Rosenborg Castle and the Danish Design museum
• Witness how modern art meets traditional craft in the workshop of renowned silversmith, Georg Jensen
• Take away a personal hygge plan to integrate into your everyday life
• Join a renowned chef for a lesson in hyggeligt cooking
This trip can be customised to your personal preferences.
Danish culture promotes a conscious appreciation of even the seemingly most unremarkable moments in life. We have curated a journey around the pillars of Scandinavian contentment. Guided by a social anthropologist and hygge expert, you will delve into the Danish psyche to uncover what makes this one of the happiest countries in the world. Designed around the pillars that support this inherent philosophy, your three day journey will introduce you to the undefinable feeling of hygge. This guiding principle can help change your spirit and outlook on life.
In one of the world’s greenest, cleanest and most sustainable cities, the inhabitants of Copenhagen have long been pioneers of mental wellbeing. A combination of wholesome food, exercise, stimulating activities and shared experiences will provide the basis of your cultural interchange.
Denmark is a country made for cyclists so explore the hyggelige cafes, parks and markets of the city by bicycle. Wander along Strøget, the longest pedestrian street in the world. Visit the museums and galleries which embody the Danish design aesthetic of simple elegance. A big part of hygge is sharing and celebrating moments with friends and family and food is an important part of this. Over a traditional, homemade meal discover the local way of life from the people who actually call it home. When you eventually return home yourself, you will have a newfound appreciation of life that will stimulate your ongoing mental health and wellbeing.