Fancy a working holiday in Denmark?
Angela would like a helping hand with her garden in Aalborg, Denmark, a scenic and vibrant cultural hotspot between the East and North Sea.
Aalborg was recently on the New York Times’ list of top 10 destinations and is known as Europe’s happiest city!
In exchange for 30 hours of work a week, you’ll enjoy a private room and meals. Immediate availability, so don’t miss out.
We recommend having your own travel insurance in place.
Working holiday in Denmark, what else
Aalborg is a city in the Jutland region of Denmark. It’s known for its revitalized waterfront on the Limfjord, the body of water that cuts through Jutland. Also notable are the Aalborg Havnebad outdoor pool, exhibitions at the Utzon Center and concerts at the futuristic House of Music.
Nearby is the 16th-century, half-timbered Aalborghus Castle.
The significance of Aalborg’s industry began to decline in the 1970s, precipitating a fall in the city’s population until about 1990, when it began to increase again. By the year 2000, the service and education sectors accounted for about 60 percent of the workforce, partly as a result of the founding of Aalborg University in 1974. Since 1970, Aalborg and the northern suburb of Nørresundby have become a major administrative centre, thanks in part to the offices of the Region Nordjylland established in the east of the city.
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