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Denmark is full of notable places to explore, many with significant historical value to the region and the world. Some of the most popular landmarks in Denmark are Tivoli, Legoland Billund, VEGA, and Overgaden, among many more.
The closest airport to Tivoli is Copenhagen Airport, which is located in Copenhagen. If you plan on visiting or staying in this area, landing at Copenhagen Airport will be your best bet.
According to our data, 79% of momondo users who travelled to Denmark in the last year flew into Kastrup Copenhagen (located in Copenhagen), making it the most popular airport to fly to. There may be other airports in Denmark, but the majority of our users take flights to Kastrup Copenhagen in order to visit Copenhagen and it’s surrounding areas.
Flights to Denmark can be found for as cheap as £11 per ticket. However our users tend to find airfares to Denmark for around £291 on average. If you’re looking to find a good deal on your flight to Denmark, then you should consider booking if you find anything for £230 or less.
To save money on airfare when visiting Denmark, consider Billund airport in Billund, which has the cheapest flights with an average airfare of £11. You may also consider flying to Kastrup Copenhagen airport in Copenhagen for the second cheapest option with an average airfare of £14.
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As of December 2023, there are 49 operators available to choose from for flights to Denmark.
Although the minimum age for a child to fly alone is five, airlines that offer an unaccompanied minor (UMNR) service may have their own age limits, which could be impacted by factors such as flight length, timing, and layovers. It is recommended that you verify with the airline you are booking with for travel to Denmark.
The necessary travel and health documents for your Denmark trip may vary depending on your travel plans and individual circumstances. Generally, you should have various documents, such as a national ID card or driver's license and a passport that is valid for six months beyond your scheduled arrival date. We recommend seeking advice from your airline or a trusted third party, such as IATA.
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There are dozens of festivals and other annual events that flights to Denmark will enable you to attend. Many of these have achieved world renown, while others are local events particular to Danish culture. One of the longest-standing and most revered is the Copenhagen Jazz Festival. It has taken place annually every July since 1979, attracting the cream of the crop of international jazz musicians each year. The other major international music festival in Denmark is the Roskilde Festival. It’s held in June or July and is the largest culture and music festival in northern Europe. Some of the world’s biggest superstars have headlined over the years since the first one in 1972. The Aalborg Carnival happens in the last week of May and offers three major events. There’s a Battle of Carnival Bands, The Grand Parade and the Children’s Carnival. Professional carnival troupes arrive from across the world, and everyone attending dresses up in costumes. In August, the Aarhus Festival celebrates arts and culture for ten days. Clubs, galleries, live venues and even the streets and alleys set the scene for dance performances, children’s entertainment, art exhibitions, opera, sports, and classical music concerts.
One of the most traditional snacks you’ll find in Denmark is smørrebrød, open sandwiches made from rye bread topped with either roast beef or pickled herring, and shrimps with mayonnaise. Smørrebrød has played an essential part in Danish cuisine since the 19th century. Stjerneskud is a similar snack, made with plaice instead of herring or beef, with caviar added to the topping. Stegt flæsk is Denmark’s national dish, a simple meal made with crispy pork and potatoes. It’s a centuries-old staple in the country. Meatballs are also very popular here, known as frikadeller. They’re traditionally made with a mixture of beef and pork. On the sweet side, there are the famous Danish pastries. These turn out to be of Austrian origin, the recipes and techniques having been brought to Denmark by Austrian bakers in the 1840s. Thus, what we know as a Danish pastry is called Wienerbrød in Denmark – Vienna bread. But that’s all academic and makes no difference to enjoying these world-famous delights in variations we don’t get in the UK, like Rum Snail and Cinnamon Snail.
Denmark offers far more by way of tourist attractions than the Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen and winter landscapes. In summer, the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen are a major drawcard. Created in 1843, the gardens and Moorish architecture are thought to be what inspired today’s Disney theme parks. The Tivoli boasts a rollercoaster, puppet theatres for the kids, roundabouts, and a concert hall. You’ll find plenty of cafés and restaurants for refreshments here, too. For picture-postcard Danish sights, including its brightly coloured houses, visit Nyhavn, the harbour area of Copenhagen, where you’ll also be able to view some tall ships from bygone eras. The LEGO House in Billund is something to marvel at for kids and adults alike, and there’s also the living museum town of Lyngby. The whole village is part of the Danish National Museum, and you can still see ancient farm animal breeds, authentic old farmhouses, and agricultural buildings such as mills from the era. Bear these attractions in mind when you’re looking for Denmark flight deals.
Denmark is part of the Schengen area, so as a British citizen, you don’t need a visa to enter the country for visits of up to 90 days. You can stay for the full three months or visit multiple times until you’ve reached those 90 days in any 180-day- period. Just remember that it applies to all Schengen countries, so any trip you make within the area counts towards your overall limit.
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