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Things in Denmark that you should rather not do

Posted on 14 September 2017 by (0)

One thing that you need to know is that when you are going to Denmark, there are a couple of things that you can do in other countries, but that you can’t do in Denmark. This can get you into serious trouble. This might be stupid for some people, but for those people living in Denmark, it can become serious. You should not even consider doing these things, even when you are visiting this country for just a weekend or even for a day:

Don’t even consider being sexists if you are a man in Denmark

It doesn’t matter what women might think of you in other countries. In Denmark, the last thing that you should do is to be a sexist. The women of Denmark are really independent and they are not like other women in the world.

Calling them names like, sweetie or darling won’t have a good impression on them. This is the one country where you need to watch what you are saying to women and of women. There everyone is equal and you can get into some serious trouble if a woman think that you are discriminating against them.

Breaking any rules can cause some serious trouble

Many countries have different rules, but only a few of the people living there are really obeying these rules. This isn’t the case in Denmark. People there are really believing in their rules and regulations. It doesn’t matter if this is road rules or their law rules.

So, it is advisable that you are going to do some research about their rules and the law so that you can know that you won’t break one of them and getting yourself into serious trouble. They don’t really care if you are a tourist. If you are in their country, you are obeying their rules. So simple as that.

Hand signals when you are riding a bike is essential

As a child, we have learned all the hand signals when we ride our bikes. You don’t see these hand signs anymore today. However, you need to remember those hand signs really fast when you are going to hire a bike in Denmark.

They are still believing in hand signals and you need to make sure that you are going to use them correctly. There are some really serious consequences for not using the right-hand signal when riding a bike in the street of Denmark.

Every country has their own rules and laws that you should obey. However, there are some of the countries where their rules are really strict and where you should not even consider breaking any rules. Denmark is really serious about their rules, and they have a couple of things that you should not even consider doing while there. Being a sexist, not obeying rules and laws and not giving hand signals when riding a bike are just a couple of things that you should know, before you are going to Denmark for a holiday without any problems with the law.