In the second half of the 20th century Denmark gained a reputation for design, broad-mindedness, open-mindedness, and equal rights. With growing prosperity, consumer patterns changed, and with full employment women began to enter the labour market.
In Djursland, beautifully situated by the Bay of Ebeltoft, lies one of the world's leading museum for modern international glass art; recognised globally for its world-class exhibitions and its unique collection.
The occupation of Denmark during the Second World War left its marks all over Denmark and the Danes; both physically and mentally. Physically in the form of the large number of German bunkers and concrete structures
Go on a bunker tour by the small town of Houvig and learn more about the big concrete blocks which have become so characteristic of the Jutland west coast. It is a tour of exciting tales told by the large number of bunkers in the German Atlantic Wall during the Second World War.