Haderslev/Vojens, Denmark

Chapter Haderslev/Vojens (Syd), Denmark.
Location: Southern part of Denmark – covering all Denmark.
Chapter president-triumvirate:
Anna Marie Bohsen, (anma@post12.tele.dk)
Gunild Bogdahn, (gunild@bogdahn.dk)
& Thea Lauridsen (Thea@mail-online.dk)

Our main activity is travelling – visiting chapter-friends all over the world.
A lot of Chapter-friends have been visiting us.
And we are that PTPI-chapter that has always had HOMESTAY as an important part of visiting.
We still provide homestay.

Travelling plans for 2023:
Japan in May
Berlin, Germany in September
Gambia, Africa in October/November

Denmark (Danish: Danmark, pronounced [ˈtænmɑk] (listen)) is a Nordic country in Northern Europe. It is the metropolitan part of and most populous constituent of the Kingdom of Denmark,[N 10] a constitutionally unitary state that includes the autonomous territories of the Faroe Islands and Greenland in the North Atlantic Ocean.[15] Metropolitan Denmark[N 3] is the southernmost of the Scandinavian countries, lying south-west and south (Bornholm and Ertholmene) of Sweden, south of Norway,[N 11] and north of Germany, with which it shares a short and only land border.

Do visit us in Denmark.

  1. Rich History and Culture: Denmark is known for its rich history and culture, with plenty of attractions that offer insight into the country’s past. From ancient Viking relics to medieval castles, Denmark has a wealth of historical sites to explore. The capital city of Copenhagen is home to numerous museums, such as the National Museum, the Danish Museum of Art & Design, and the Rosenborg Castle, which houses the Danish Crown Jewels. Denmark also boasts a vibrant arts and music scene, with theaters, galleries, and concert venues that showcase local talent.
  2. Beautiful Scenery: Denmark’s landscape is characterized by picturesque countryside, charming towns, and beautiful coastlines. The country is made up of over 400 islands, offering stunning beaches, dunes, and cliffs to explore. The North Sea and the Baltic Sea surround Denmark, providing ample opportunities for water activities such as sailing, kayaking, and fishing. Denmark is also known for its cycling culture, with well-maintained bike paths that allow visitors to explore the country’s scenic countryside at a leisurely pace.
  3. Quality of Life: Denmark consistently ranks high in global quality of life surveys, making it an attractive destination for visitors. The country is known for its high standard of living, excellent healthcare system, and comprehensive welfare programs. Denmark is also recognized for its sustainable and environmentally friendly practices, with a strong emphasis on renewable energy, green transportation, and eco-friendly initiatives. Visitors to Denmark can experience a high level of safety, cleanliness, and overall well-being, which contributes to a positive travel experience.