Denmark Travel Guide

/Denmark Travel Guide
Denmark Travel Guide 2016-11-04T14:43:10+00:00

Denmark is home to some of the most friendly people we have ever met. Their calm nature makes this country such a tranquil, peaceful place that we have come to love. The country is famous for its North Sea and Baltic Sea coast. If you have enough time, most of all you should rent out a holiday home along the beach, that is nestled amongst the dunes along the Danish coastline. Be sure not to forget Copenhagen, because this is such a beautiful capital city that should not be missed.

However, most people only spend a few days in Denmark if any, due to high living costs once you’ve arrived. Finally, if you can, make sure you head out of the major cities and into the countryside and coastal areas for a true sense of Danish culture and ambiance, since hardly any other travellers get enough time to do so.


Currency: Danish Krone (DKK) Click here for currency conversion rates.
Language: Danish.
Good to know: Hej (Hello), Tak (Thank you), and Farvel (Goodbye).
Capital: Copenhagen.
Visa: 90-day Schengen visa on arrival for most nationalities – Click here for more information.
Climate: Denmark has a temperate climate with mild/cool winters and warm summers.
Power Adaptors: 2/3 pin plug – Type C, E, F or K (Click here for full information).
Global Peace Index: Rank 2nd of 163.

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