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Hotels in Denmark

Hotels in Denmark

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The most commonly spoken language is Danish.


Danish Krone

Fun Facts

Denmark's flag is the oldest in the world still in use.

Local Time

1 hour ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

Whatever the time of year, Denmark is a beautiful place to visit. It has the kindest climate of all the Scandinavian countries, with mild winters and warm summers, long days and gorgeous, green scenery. In the spring, expect mild days and lots of sunshine. Autumn brings a world of gold and scarlet, and the winters are crisp, romantic and snowy.
When you picture Denmark, you probably visualise the colourful houses of Copenhagen. The country’s vibrant capital and former Viking fishing village is Denmark’s cultural hub. Hotels in Copenhagen are a good choice for families, because it is home to Scandinavia’s most popular (and the world’s second oldest) theme park, Tivoli Gardens. It’s only takes a few minutes’ to walk there from the City Hall.If you’re in the mood to shop, you can find plenty of boutiques and designer shops in Strøget. It’s one of the largest pedestrian shopping areas in the world. The heart-shaped Christmas lights make it a magical and romantic evening out in the festive season. Therefore couples might like to choose a hotel near Strøget to be close to the action.The second largest city in Denmark is Aarhus. Every year, either in July, August or September, Aarhus holds an eight-day international jazz festival. So if you fancy bopping to a melodic saxophone solo in the sun, double check the dates before you go so you don’t miss it.If you want to visit the city’s hippest quarter, choose a hotel near Aarhus Ø. This area is the newest and most upcoming neighbourhood in Aarhus. In the summer, Aarhus Ø is packed with both locals and tourists relaxing by the water. Yoga-lovers can hone their skills at the Strandbaren, an artificial beach next to the harbour. If the hot temperatures of the summer months get too much, you can cool down by going for a swim in the Harbour Bath.

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