By air

Main international airports in Denmark are: Copenhagen Airport (CPH), Aarhus Airport (AAR) and Billund Airport (BLL). The national carrier SAS (actually, a multi-national airline for Denmark, Sweden and Norway) offers flights from many European countries to Denmark. SAS destinations include:
Belgium (Brussels),
Finland (Helsinki),
France (Paris, Nice),
Germany (Hanover, Hamburg, Berlin, Duesseldorf, Frankfurt, Nuremberg, Stuttgart, Munich),
Greece (Athens),
Italy (Rome, Venice, Bologna, Milan),
Lithuania (Palanga),
Netherlands (Amsterdam),
Norway (Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger, Kristiansand),
Poland (Warsaw, Gdansk, Poznan),
Romania (Bucharest),
Russia (Moscow, St. Petersburg)
Spain (Madrid),
Sweden (Stockholm, Gothenburg),
Switzerland (Zurich, Geneve),
Ukraine (Kiev),
United Kingdom (Aberdeen, Manchaster, Birmingham, London).

Other airlines that offer flights to Denmark include: Aeroflot, Aegean Airlines, Aer Lingus, Air Baltic, Airberlin, Air France, Air Malta, Alitalia, Belavia, bmi, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Cyprus Airways, Easyjet, Finnair, Iberia, Iceland Air, LOT, Lufthansa, Luxair, Malev, Norwegian Air, Ryanair, Sky Europe, Spanair, Swiss, TAP, TAROM, Transavia, Turkish Airlines and Wizzair.

Copenhagen Airport:
Aarhus Airport:
Billund Airport:
SAS schedules:

By sea

Main sea ports in Denmark are Copenhagen, Esbjerg, Frederikshavn, Hanstholm and Hirtshals. Regular services run from Denmark to Norway (Color Line, DFDS Seaways, Fjordline), Sweden (Stena Line), Poland (Polferries), Iceland (Smyril Line), Germany (Scandlines) and the United Kingdom (DFDS Seaways).

Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP):
Port of Esbjerg:
Hanstholm Havn:
Port of Hirtshals:

Smyril Line:
Color Line:
DFDS Seaways:
Stena Line:

By bus

There are frequent connections between Denmark and other European countries. The companies which offer such routes include: Abildskou, Graahundbus and Eurolines.

Abildskou schedules:
Graahundbus schedules:
Eurolines schedules:

By train

There are direct rail connections to Denmark from Germany and Sweden.

By car

Denmark has only one “land connection” with another country – Germany. The main border crossings are Padborg and Harreslev. However, the Oresund Bridge (Øresundsbroen) also links Denmark with Sweden. Therefore, it is pretty easy to get to Denmark from Sweden and Western Europe.


By bus/tram

Copenhagen has a very efficient metro system but it is also possible to travel by bus or S-tog (the overland trains).

By taxi

Taxis can found at taxi stands, hailed in the street or ordered by phone. Vacant taxis have a green light on the roof. All vehicles are equipped with taximeters.

By car

Driving is on the right side of the road. International driving licenses are accepted. Drivers must also have insurance documents and car registration documents. Drivers must not drive with a blood alcohol level of more than 0.25 grams/litre. Driver and passengers must wear seat belts. Speed limits: built-up areas – 50 km/h, motorways – 130 km/h, open roads – 80 km/h. Dipped headlights must be on at all times. Mandatory equipment includes headlamp converters, a warning triangle and a visibility vest.