Danes produce a number of beer brands, the more renown are Tuborg and Carlsberg. In Danish if you order a beer you would order an Øl – not to be confused with oil. Though make sure you have enough change with you. I paid EUR 10 for a small beer during my stay in Rønne – alcohol is not cheap in Scandinavia!
The island of Bornholm is a cycling paradise. All around the island one can find plenty of cycling paths that are separated from the normal roads. There are shops available to hire bicycles and at the tourist information centres one can purchase maps with an overview of all cycle paths.
The island offers a good network of roads that circles the island as well as crosses it on a number of places. Good signage is available throughout the island.
Being an island without bridges to the mainland Bornholm can only beach reached by ferry or ship. The closest mainland is Swden and the port of Ystad. However there are also ferry services to Sassnitz (Germany), Swinoujscie (Poland) and Kolobryeg (Poland). During high season ensure that you book in advance since some of the ferries might be full.
Used to have dinner at 8 PM (9 in Bornholm) I had trouble in Nexo.
Trying to have dinner not too early, which means after 7PM, I discovered that the few restaurants found in town were closing before that.
It was almost a miracle, finding a place just about to close, decided to serve something. I understand that the weather makes the day end early at that latitude, but, for a Mediterranean... it was hard!
Favorite thing: Even though Denmark is part of the European Union the country chose not to be part of the Euro monetary Union. Therefor when visiting Denmark you will still be paying with Danish Korner.