Denmark is a safe place to live. So the moms and dads do not hesitate to let their child sleep alone outside in their pushchair while they drink a coffee inside in a coffee-house. It is, however, a country with a long history of Vikings crusades, but the legacy today is rather cultural. Moreover, the city of Aarhus in Denmark was elected 'European Cultural City in 2017’. In Denmark, the word 'Hygge' means a cosy atmosphere where one feels good. And this word is now widely spread outside the Danish borders. 5.6 million inhabitants live her, the local currency is the Danish crowns and although the national language is the Danish language, 95% of the population speak fluently English. Already by 5 times Denmark was elected the happiest country in the world by numerous surveys. This small country offers its social ‘flexicurity system, which helps both employers and employees to keep the country competitive. In Denmark, there is a tendency towards equality for all. Hierarchical and wage equality, but also equality for women who have the same rights as men and the same duties too. Access to education is free and the school is secular.