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Mycra Pac Designer rain wear ships USPS International Priority Mail to Denmark. Mycra Pac Fashion Rain Coats are made in the USA and now you can have your Mycra Pac raincoat mailed to Denmark. Mycra Pac Coats are expertly sewn, with the highest regard to detail, in San Franscico, California and New York City. These beautiful raincoats can be purchased from Going In Style Travel Rain Coats & Gear and mailed globally to Denmark. Going In Style ships your Mycra Pac Rain Coat USPS Priority Mail International. For more information on shipping your Mycra Pac Rain Coat to Denmark visit our Mycra Pac Rain Gear International Shipping page.

Hej Danmark! Denmark is known for its delicious food, Danish pastries come to mind, and its charming fairy tale like towns which were once home to the famous writer Hans Christian Anderson. The fashion landscape of Copenhagen is just as whimsical as the local scenery.  Denmark is one of the most fashionable Nordic countries. Danish people love to layer clothes effortlessly with overcoats, scarves and warm sweaters in anticipation of cold weather all while looking fresh and ready for an evening of beer and Danish appetizers. Denmark fashion always seems uncomplicated and put together even with the many layers and accessories. It is as if the Danish people are born with a natural fashion sense. Mycra Pac Raincoats make the perfect wardrobe stable for layering over any outfit day or night. These rain jackets are lightweight and can be thrown on at a moment's notice whether you are commuting to work or sightseeing around Denmark such as viewing the Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen or visiting the Cliffs of Mon. Coat cinches in at the waist for a more feminine fit, yet is roomy and comfortable to move around in. Raglan sleeves allow for greater arm movement while still looking structured. These rain jackets combine style and practicality with the oversize hood that doubles as a stylish scrunch style collar. Best of all, the coat is reversible, therefore, you can wear your Mycra Pac coat with any outfit. 

Mycra Pac coats can brighten up your wardrobe with a pop of colour, or you can reverse you rain coat to the neutral black side and pair it with a colorful pair of skinny jeans. Mycra Pac Rain gear will protect you from the rain while still looking fashionable and put together. When the rain stops, you raincoat can easily fold up into its own cute, matching tote bag that can be carried around town or can pack away in a travel suitcase.These raincoats are durable and classic and will last you for years to come.


Denmark is located in northern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, on a peninsula north of Germany (Jutland); also includes several major islands (Sjaelland, Fyn, and Bornholm).  Denamark controls the Danish Straits (Skagerrak and Kattegat) linking Baltic and North Seas; about one-quarter of the population lives in greater Copenhagen.  Neighboring countries of Denmark include Norway, Poland, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.


The climate of Denmark is temperate; humid and overcast; mild, windy winters and cool summers. In Denmark it rains all year long with some of the rainier parts getting up to 900 mm (35 inches) of precipitation per year. Rain wear is recommended all year in case of unexpected showers. Overall the weather in Denmark is pleasant and mild all year long so no matter what time of year you find yourself in Denmark you can expect good weather.  With that said, June, July and August are the warmest months and the high season for tourists. In these summer months there are many outdoor fairs and activities. Winters can be a bit less hospital to tourists looking to see the country side, since the days are shorter and the weather is colder. Spring can also be a great time to visit. Weather is not quite as warm as it is in the summer, however there will be less crowds since it is not a busy tourist season and children will be in school during this time of year.


  • The Little Mermaid Statue in Copenhagen - The sculpture was inspired by the famous writer Hans Christian Anderson and was placed in the harbor in 1913.
  • The Round Tower (Rudetarn) - This astrological observatory is the oldest of its kind still utilized in Europe.
  • Oresund Bridge - This famous bridge connects Denmark to Sweden.
  • Amalienborg Castle in Copenhagen - Two of the castle's palaces are open to the public.
  • Assistens Kirkegard Cemetery -  This cemetery is resting place to many acclaimed people in history including the author Hans Christian Anderson and the scientist Niels Bohr.
  • Cliffs of Mon - These cliffs are a must see natural landmark.
  • Legoland - Since the Danes invented the Lego it is only fitting that one of the best Legolands would be in Denmark.  Legoland is located in the city of Bullund and spans 25 acres of primary coloured blocks.


  • Smorrebrod - An open Danish sandwitch with varations such as beef and tartar with a side of potatoe chips.
  • Danish Hot Dog Stands - Hot Dog Stands in Denmark sprang up everywhere during WWII.
  • Danish Licorice - You can find licorice flavored sweets, such as ice cream and mints.
  • Beer - Demark is home to many local breweries.
  • Vandgrød - This is oatmeal with barley.


To read about more beautiful, yet rainy destination, visit Going In Style's Rainy Destinations Page.

For more information on Denmark visit the CIA World Factbook.

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