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Once home to the mighty Viking empire, these days Denmark is famed for being a modern, progressive and prosperous nation with exceptionally high standards of living.
Cold in the winter and mild in the summer, Denmark has a classic northern European climate. But with its modern cities and exceptional amenities, there is no bad time of year to visit.
Copenhagen is ideal for city breaks throughout the year, just remember to wrap up warm if visiting in the winter months.
There are regular cheap flights to Denmark from London and several other UK airports, meaning ticket prices fluctuate less than those to other destinations.
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There are numerous Denmark flights available.
There are a number of international airports in Denmark, the main one being Copenhagen on the island of Zealand. There are direct flights here from major global destinations and it is located close to the city centre, just 15 minutes by Metro.
Billund is the second busiest airport, located on the Jutland peninsula and close to Legoland. Other major air hubs include Aarhus, Aalborg and Esbjerg.
Long distance travel is best on the DSB, the state railway system, although there are numerous bus and coach options too. You can purchase tickets online and use your smartphone to download them.
For travel to some of the smaller islands, the ferry is the only option with 55 domestic routes across the country.
Denmark’s Viking heritage is visible in the burial mounds dotted around the country, with an excellent museum near Roskilde where you can see a well-preserved long ship.
The city of Copenhagen is a must-see too, with its colourful buildings and contemporary culture.
There are internationally renowned theme parks, such as Legoland, to take in and more than 400 Danish Islands to explore, all rich in myth and history. The Jelling rune stones date back to the 900s and have been designated a World Heritage Site.
British citizens will not need a visa when they travel to Denmark but your passport should be valid for the entire duration of your stay.