Travelling to Denmark
Travelling to Denmark is fun and can be achieved in several ways. You can arrive in
Denmark by air, road, or water vessels. There are four international airports you can
arrive at when arriving by air. They are the busiest airports in Denmark.
Kastrup Airport or Copenhagen Airport located in Copenhagen, Billund Airport, Aalborg
Airport, also called Nørresundby, and Aarhus Airport, are Denmark's international airports.
You can also take flights from these airports to other parts of the Schengen zone.
Denmark has an excellent road network, making travel into Denmark by road a superb choice.
Logistics companies like FlixBus, Swebus, Eurolines Germany, and IC Bus carry travellers
from other European cities into Denmark. It is argued that travelling within Denmark by
road gives you the country's best experience. When driving in Denmark, ensure your driver's
license is valid, and you stick to driving rules within the country.
Visitors can also arrive in Denmark by ferry because of its numerous coastlines. There are
11 routes to Denmark from other cities. The shortest route takes about 45 minutes, while
the longest takes about 18 hours. The travel time may differ based on weather conditions
and type of ferry, among other variables. Car owners can also take their cars with them
when going through the ferry to Denmark.