The event began with a tour out of the city to Elsinore and Kronberg castle – the famous home of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. On Friday, the group visited the Danish Jewish museum and learnt the history of the Danish Jewish community and its connection to the Danish Crown, before enjoying a relaxing Shabbat in sunny Copenhagen. After Shabbat, guests were delighted to hear the stories from Danish Holocaust survivors and their families, to learn in real life how the Holocaust impacted local Danish Jews. On Sunday, participants got to first visit the Synagogue in Krystalgade and Chabad House, before discovering historic Copenhagen – Rosenborg Castle, Amalienborg Palace, little mermaid statue, Nyhavn and the charming historic center. The event then ended after Sunday evening’s annual highlight – bringing in together the New Year 2024 with our traditional annual Black Tie Ball.