VIDEO: ‘Danish school of happiness’ hits the water

The folks at Pine Tribe are attempting to decipher why Danes consistently top international rankings. Their latest attempt to decipher the elusive Danish happiness focuses on life on the water.

VIDEO: 'Danish school of happiness' hits the water
Danes visit the beach year round, but we're not going to lie: You'll be 'happier' if you go in the summer. Photo: Colourbox
As Danes buckle down for the winter, sunny days spent lounging on the beach may seem like nothing more than a distant memory. 
But the second instalment of the ‘Danish School of Happiness’ video series from Scandinavian culture website Pine Tribe is a good reminder of just how important the water is to the residents of Denmark. 
Focusing on how Danes incorporate the country’s 7,313 kilometres of coastline into their daily lives, the video makes stops at Amager Strandpark and Islands Brygge to explain how, in the words of host Philip Trampe, “water still holds a very important part in Danish culture”.
Check out part two of the video series below and if you missed the first edition, you can find it here

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