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A quick guide on how and when to travel to Greenland
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Close your eyes and breathe in. A fresh wind gently blows in your direction. Want to experience the locals summer favorite? Sail the Nuuk fjord.
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In Greenland there’s only one way to craft beer: microbrew
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Greenland is justifiably an attraction for its landscape and unique culture, but those who seek fulfilment of the culinary variety won’t be disappointed.
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Celebrating Christmas in Greenland gives rise to extra cosiness for most of the families with lots of Christmas decorations, food and Christmas sweets!
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Once upon a time just before Christmas, a thin long-haired Viking moved to Tasiilaq in search for adventure. This is his Christmas story.
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Learn more about traditional Schnapps with a twist from a local Greenlandic bird. Kim Sander Pedersen shows how to prepare Schnapps with a Ptarmigan bird.
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Learn how the locals of Greenland enjoy their wintertime through activities, ‘hygge’ and the acceptance of their surroundings.
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How many people? How is the everyday life there? We’re looking into five things you might not know about living in a small isolated place in Greenland!
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From late August to April watch the Greenland sky come alive with the Northern Lights. Find the good spots to enjoy the wonder
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In Tasiusaq, the feeling of ultimate freedom is no further away than the bay along with one of Greenland's best views across lush, flowering meadows.
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A tale of working on remote mountains and being snowed in for days. On being lost to the world - all for the love of staying connected.
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Tried-and-true ideas from travellers who've done it before
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Northern lights, knitting, sailing, lots and lots of snow. How do locals in Greenland live their lives in tune with its grand nature? While Greenland may seem far away, you might be curious to know what everyday life is like in our polar nation.
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These five locations will make an offline traveller out of you, as they are simply too good to share.
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It’s no secret that Greenland is not really a sun, sea and sand destination. Although we do have all three of those things (most of the time!), people don’t come to sunbathe.
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Today, on June 21st, we invite you to join us in celebrating Greenland’s National Day - wherever you are in the world.