Dear traveler
Welcome to Denmark the land of magic fairytales and modern design, the happiest place on Earth, home of Vikings and Royals alike.
You are invited to uncover the secrets behind the Nordic trends, be it fashion, architecture, or the new Nordic Kitchen with exiting food experiences.
With around 15 Michelin stars and 14 Bib Gourmands, Denmark is the gastronomic Centre of Scandinavia. Copenhagen is home to the world’s best restaurant, Noma. So if you like food and are looking for the Nordic culinary experience, come to Denmark. We are also known for “Smørrebrød” – open-faced sandwiches with plenty of delicious toppings – and no visit is complete without tasting this delicacy.
Mingle with the 5.5 million proud Danes, follow them closely around the cozy countryside among lakes and castles, and keep up with them on the state-of-the-art endless bicycle tracks through a wonderful Copenhagen. Feel first-hand the vibe of the colorful green city and the high living standards in one of the world’s top welfare states.
Let us share with you our visions for a dynamic and yet laid-back living, our rich culture, and lively history. Let us show you why we and the other Nordic Countries are considered a role model in regards to public healthcare and environmental consciousness, political and personal freedom, come and see what influence it has on its people.
Let us take you behind the scenes for a touch of the true Danish spirit reflected in our strong traditions, world-famous sights, and friendly people.
Seasons to travel in Denmark
High Season from 1 June – 31 August
Low Season from 1 Oct. – 30 April
Shoulder Season from 1 – 31 May,
& 1 September – 30 September

Come to Denmark, Scandinavia’s greatest little kingdom and experience our land of Viking heritage, full of opportunities for Viking adventures of your own. It’s also a place where you can explore the impressive legacy of fairy-tale writer Hans Christian Andersen.
Come and wonder at a really regal nation. Denmark is full of castles, manor houses and formal gardens to be visited. Get up close to Danish royalty of the past and present at famous castles such as Kronborg and Egeskov. You can visit the homes of Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik and Queen Margrethe. Or stay in a castle yourself!
We look forward to seeing You!
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Explore the Regions of Denmark

Copenhagen (The Capital)

North Jutland

East Jutland

South and West Jutland


West Zealand

North Zealand

South Zealand



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How to get to Denmark by air


Denmark has a number of airports, the biggest of which is Copenhagen Airport on the island of Zealand. There are direct routes to Copenhagen from most major airports around the world, and most major airline operators have regular flights to and from Copenhagen.

Copenhagen Airport is situated very close to the city centre, and you can get from the airport to the centre in about 15 minutes by metro.

There are also trains and buses going to and from the city centre to the airport. Please use the code CPH in the search box below for the Copenhagen Airport Denmark.



Billund is Denmark’s second busiest airport. Located on the Jutland peninsula, it is close to both the Legoland and Lalandia in Billund theme parks. A free shuttle bus service is operating from Billund Airport to the nearby areas. Please use the code BLL in the search box below for the Billund Airport Denmark.



Aarhus Airport is Denmark’s 3rd busiest and is located on the outskirts of Aarhus, on the Jutland peninsula. Aarhus Airport is a good place to start when exploring the Danish North West. Please use the code AAR in the search box below for the Aarhus Airport Denmark.


Other Danish airports

There are also a number of smaller airports around Denmark, including Aalborg, Odense and Bornholm.

Note: Booking international flights is not a service we provide as part of our vacation packages. Although can our travel consultants offer advice if needed.



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Popular Hotels in Copenhagen (The Capital)

Cozy apartments in Denmark

Choose a house with garden and outdoor porch or a close-to-everything apartment. Many home rentals are a convenient walk to shops, cafes and coffee houses, but located on quiet residential streets.

Enjoy savings from your vacation home rental

Holiday rentals deliver some genuine savings and real comfort. You can prepare several home-cooked meals, while enjoying some of the diverse dining spots. With your home retreat, complete kitchen, Wi-Fi access and family-friendly spaciousness, you’ll know in advance the fixed expense of accommodations and the budget available for dining and excursions - a real advantage for your vacation planning.

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What do I need to hire a car in Denmark?

To book your car, all you need is a credit or debit card. When you pick the car up, you’ll need:

  • Your voucher / eVoucher, to show that you’ve paid for the car.
  • The main driver’s credit / debit card, with enough available funds for the car’s deposit.
  • Each driver’s full, valid driving licence, which they’ve held for at least 12 months (often 24).
  • Your passport and any other ID the car hire company needs to see.

Different car hire companies have different requirements, so please make sure you check the car’s terms and conditions as well.

How old do I have to be to rent a car?

For most car hire companies in Denmark, the age requirement is between 21 and 70 years old. If you’re under 25 or over 70, you might have to pay an additional fee.

What should I look for when I’m choosing a car?

  • Space: You’ll enjoy your rental far more if you choose a car with plenty of room for your passengers and luggage.
  • Fuel policy: Not planning on driving much? A Full to Full fuel policy can save you a lot of money.
  • Location: You can’t beat an ‘on-airport’ pick-up for convenience, but an ‘off-airport’ pick-up with a shuttle bus can be much cheaper.


Are all fees included in the rental price?

The vast majority of Rentalcars.com rentals include Theft Protection, Collision Damage Waiver (CDW), local taxes, airport surcharges and any road fees.

You’ll pay for any ‘extras’ when you pick your car up, along with any young driver, additional driver or one-way fees – but we’ll explain any additional costs before you book your car (and taking your own child seats or GPS can be an easy way to reduce your costs).

For more details on what’s included, just check the Ts&Cs of any car you’re looking at.

* Scandinavia – a way to go is not responsible for Car hire booked through Rentalcars.com or any other third-party booking site.




The national railway company of Denmark is known as the DSB (Danske Statsbaner). Denmark has over 2,600 km of railway network. Train tickets for trains operating in Denmark can be booked in advance. International trains connect Denmark with neighboring countries such as Sweden and Germany. Book train tickets to visit main cities of Denmark by train. Danish cities including Odense, Aalborg, and Copenhagen are all served by trains.
In Copenhagen, visit the 17th-century Round Tower and Tivoli’s 19th-century pleasure gardens. Head north to Dutch renaissance Aalborg, taking Denmark’s DSB train to eclectic Aarhus’s half-timbered cottages and contemporary architecture. Between the main landmasses, Jutland and Zealand are Fyn island and Odense’s Gothic Saint Knud’s Cathedral.
Travel by train through Denmark’s countryside. In the north, cycle across Skagen’s flat landscape and see the waves of the two seas Skagerak and Kattegat meet at a sandbar. Play golf on Jutland’s rolling greens or kayak along Zealand’s Susåen river or Gudenåen in Jutland.
Take Home
Buy herb-flavored spirit aquavit in Aalborg and designer Danish jewelry like Georg Jensen cufflinks. For contemporary interiors, invest in a stylish Bang & Olufsen sound system or ship home vintage minimalist furniture.
Eat & Drink
Try traditional Øllebrød, porridge with rye bread, sugar and beer. Classic Danish dishes include pickled herring, pork with parsley sauce and smoked fish like herring and eel on quiet Bornholm island. Before boarding a DSB train in Denmark, stock up on freshly baked Danish pastries.
New Perspective
Find cutting-edge boutiques and cool cafés along the once-seedy, now transformed Istedgade street in Copenhagen’s eclectic Vesterbro neighbourhood.
Popular routes in Denmark
Nykøbing Falster - Copenhagen
Næstved - Copenhagen
Horsens - Copenhagen
Copenhagen - Skanderborg
Copenhagen - Fredericia
Roskilde - Copenhagen
Copenhagen - Frederikshavn



Rail Pass benefits in Denmark
Private Rail Roads
50% off on the Arriva and DSB-Øresund private railroad.
50% off on the Nordjyske Jernbaner (private railway) between Frederikshavn – Skagen and Hirtshals – Hjørring.
10% discount between June 20 and August 17 (high season). 20% discount during low season to travel on board the ferries of Fjord Line between Hirtshals-Kristiansand, Hirtshals-Langesund (20% all year) and Hirtshals-Stavanger - Bergen.
25% reduction to visit the Danish Railway Museum, in Odense.
1st class pass holders get free access to the DSB lounges in Aarhus, Copenhagen and Odense.
Get a free gift in the Rock Shop for any purchase. Hard Rock Café, Vesterbrogade #3 Copenhagen.
If you have a Global Pass, you only need a seat reservation to board the international IC bus. Otherwise, if you have a rail pass which is not valid in a country where the bus operates, you will need a reservation and a ticket. Routes are Berlin-Copenhagen.

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A selection of cruise packages to Denmark will be announced later on this site

Denmark Vacation Packages

Want to book a vacation to Denmark? Whether you're off for a romantic vacation, family trip, or an all-inclusive holiday, Denmark vacation packages on this website make planning your trip simple and affordable. Find the perfect vacation package for Denmark on OneTravel by comparing Denmark hotel and flight prices. Travelers like you have written on TripAdvisor 5,652 reviews and posted 2,141 candid photos for Denmark hotels.
Book your Denmark vacation today by using the code CPH - Copenhagen, Denmark or the code BLL - Billund, Denmark for the Jutland peninsula on the button below. Booking with OneTravel is quick and easy, and with just a few clicks, you'll be on your way. What are you waiting for? Check it now!

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