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Denmark is the southernmost Scandinavian country in Europe. The country borders Germany.
Visa and Immigration Procedures to Denmark
Denmark is a member of the EU Schengen Agreement. Nationals traveling to Denmark from Schengen area countries do not require a visa for visits less than 90 days. US citizens with passports do not need a visa to enter Denmark. For those who plan to enter Denmark through the Germany-Denmark border, you are required to have your passport with you. Visitors planning to stay in Denmark for more than 90 days must apply for the Denmark Tourist's Permit.
Things/Items Allowed into Denmark
There is no limit on the amount of tobacco or alcohol that you can bring to Denmark from other EU countries. Travelers entering Denmark from non-EU countries may bring in 1 liter of alcohol (with below 22% alcohol content), 200 individual cigarettes, 50 cigars, and 250 g of tobacco.
Things/Items Forbidden out of Denmark
• Protected species
• Animal Products
• Historical Artifacts
• Antique Engraved Seals and Inscriptions
Things/Items Forbidden into Denmark
• Protected Species
• Meat and milk from non-EU countries
• Endangered Animals or Plants
Voice of Travelers to Denmark
Great flight! Great Customer service! Great Copenhagen, Denmark
My workmates and I are just back from a tour in Copenhagen. Though the tour was short-lived, James, our tour guide did all he could to make it lively and memorable. We took a direct flight from Queens, NY to the capital city on a first class air ticket. It was my first time to use Delta Airlines. Transport was easy and fast in Copenhagen. Booking a bus ticket or train ticket was easy. We had the option of buying the train ticket, bus ticket, or metro ticket online or at 7 eleven ticket kiosks. You can also buy the ticket from a ticket vending machine at DSB ticket offices in Copenhagen airport hall.
My family had a very pleasant stay at Billund Denmark
I took my family to Billund, Denmark over the holidays. Flying using the Kenya Airways business class ticket from Amsterdam was exciting thanks to their professional staff and comfortable seats. Our flight took approx 1.5 hours. Our tour began the same day with a tour around the capital city of Denmark. A train ticket, bus ticket, and metro ticket were easy to get either from a ticket machine or ticket kiosks all around the city.
We went to Denmark for our honeymoon. Our tour company put everything in order from our air ticket to all the places that we visited in Denmark. We had a smooth flight with Norwegian Air International on a first class ticket though we didn’t get our preferred seats. In Denmark, we visited lots of places. Buying a train ticket or bus ticket was easy, and the ticket was way cheaper if you bought in bulk.
Denmark Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How can I reduce transportation costs while in Copenhagen?
A. Copenhagen is a small city so instead of taking a taxi or bus, biking or walking to your destination is possible. Another option is to buy the Copenhagen Card. This card is a transportation ticket to various areas in Copenhagen for 24, 48, 72 and 120 hours. You can use it as a bus ticket, train ticket, or metro ticket around the cities of Denmark.
Denmark - Direct Flights to Major Airports
Airports handling direct flights to Copenhagen Airport ・Toronto Pearson International Airport
・Doha Hamad International Airport
Airports handling direct flights to Billund Airport ・London Heathrow Airport
Flight Routes to Denmark
Copenhagen, Billund, Aalborg, Tirstrup, and Bornholm Airports are the biggest airports in Denmark. Copenhagen Airport alone is serviced by over 100 airlines and is the largest airport in Scandinavia. There are many inbound and outbound flights every day. Low cost carriers such as EasyJet, Norwegian and Rynair operate in Denmark.