Getting to Denmark

Getting to Denmark

Billund Airport

Billund Airport

Travel to Denmark

Denmark shares borders with Sweden and Germany. Denmark is located at the northern tip of mainland Europe.

Copenhagen International Airport is the most used airport in Nordic countries, and nearly all the main international airlines operate from here.

Denmark has a border to Germany but connected to Sweden by the Øresund Bridge.So whether you travel by plane, car or train getting to Denmark is no problem.

Getting to Denmark

Airports - Denmark

Airports - Denmark

When you want to go to Danmark you have the opportunity to arrive especially in two airports. The biggest and most used one is Copenhagen international Airport and the smaller one is Billund international Airport. Most famous airlines to and around in Denmark are SAS and Norweigaen.

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Trains to Denmark

Trains to Denmark

In Denmark, you will find the Danish public transport modern, efficient and covers almost the whole country.

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Ferries to Denmark

Ferries to Denmark

You will find many ferry routes and the most famous and used ones are to Sweden, Norway and Germany.

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Buses to Denmark

Buses to Denmark

Travel to Denmark by bus is a good way to start your experience about the country.

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Weather in Denmark

Weather in Denmark

Denmark has a milder climate than the other Nordic countries. The danish climate is moderated because of the warm Gulf Stream.

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Visa to Denmark

Visa to Denmark

If you are visiting Denmark, you must check whether you need a visa, depending upon your nationality and the purpose of your visit.

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Getting Around in Denmark

Getting Around in Denmark

In Denmark, public transport is convenient, fast and easy to use.
There are many routes by train, bus and ferries and here we give you an overview and all you need to know if you travel around Denmark.

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What to Pack

What to Pack

What to pack for at visit in Denmark depending of what time of year you visit the country. In summer it will be much the same as in other cities around the world.

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