The land of the Vikings is the largest country in Europe in terms of area! Because what many people don't know: Denmark includes the Faroe Islands and Greenland! So Denmark has impressive nature to offer! But you can also experience 7300 km of coastline and impressive forests on the “mainland” of Denmark. So it's not just worth visiting the Danish capital Copenhagen!

Destinations in Denmark:


It's no wonder that Copenhagen has been named the world's most liveable city several times. Copenhagen is characterized by its proximity to the water, impressive architecture and extensive parks. The city simply has everything your heart desires! And you can explore it all comfortably on the back of a bike in one of the best cycling cities in the world.



Denmark's capital is Copenhagen.


The national language is Danish, but almost everyone speaks and understands English.



In Denmark, you pay in Danish kroner (DKK). 1 EUR corresponds to approx. 7.45 DKK.

Entry & Visas

Denmark is a member of the EU, which is why EU citizens do not require a visa. In addition, there are generally no border controls within the EU. You only need to carry your identity card with you.



Central European Time (UTC+1) applies.

Credit cards & ATMs

There are ATMs almost everywhere and you can pay by card everywhere. We didn't need cash once.


Best time to visit

It depends on what you have in mind. If you want to go to the beach, May to September are ideal. You can go on a city trip all year round.


A national driving license is sufficient for EU citizens. The road network is well developed and the roads are in good condition. The traffic signs and rules are by and large standardized within Europe.

The speed limits are 80 to 130 km/h on dual carriageways and freeways, 80 km/h outside built-up areas and 50 km/h within built-up areas. During the day, you must drive with daytime running lights or dipped headlights. The blood alcohol limit is 0.5 per mille.

You can find more information here.


If you have a phone contract from the EU or the Schengen area, you do not pay any roaming charges. You can use your phone at the same rate as at home.

everyone's Right

& Camping

In contrast to Norway and Sweden, there is no right of public access in Denmark. Therefore, you cannot simply spend the night in the great outdoors. However, you are permitted to spend the night at so-called nature campsites. These are designated areas in nature where you are allowed to camp under certain conditions. You can find the sites here. Overnight stays in tents are also permitted in selected forest areas. You can find them here.