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Discover why Denmark is often ranked the happiest country in the world, thanks to effortless car hire in Denmark from Rivalling the rest of Scandinavia as a hotbed of design and egalitarian culture, Denmark is also replete with natural attractions. Enjoy beach holidays at 16th century sand dune Råbjerg Mile and hike in the lush meadows of Mols Bjerge National Park. Visit Legoland Denmark, or amp up your getaway at Alive Festival, the country's internationally renowned summertime music festival. Whether you're interested in city or country, Denmark awaits.

It's your choice: Where to go in Denmark

For a historic holiday in Denmark, begin at Hamlet's castle, actually called Kronborg Castle and a UNESCO site found in Helsingør. For a different aspect of Danish culture, relive your favourite Danish cop drama, 'The Killing', and cross the Øresund Bridge between Denmark and Sweden. It takes under half an hour to glide between countries and cultures. Shoals of bright fish float overhead in the vast tanks at the National Aquarium Denmark, which also shines a light on the maritime influences on this nation of Viking descendants. Car rental in Denmark connects you with the cloud-capped peaks of Denmark's mountains. Skiing is second nature for people in Denmark, where alpine retreats are nestled in pristine snow and pine forest. Driving in Denmark lets you combine skiing trips with Denmark's Christmas markets on the same trip. You'll find markets all over the capital of Copenhagen during the holiday season.

Things to do in Denmark

Car hire in Denmark offers you world class attractions like the National Museum of Denmark, where you can dive into Denmark's cultural history. If you're travelling with children, Legoland Denmark holidays offer one kind of insight into Danish design, while the delights of the Design Museum Denmark offer quite another. Sample the range of Danish pastry (try Copenhagen's Lagkagehuset, Sankt Peders Bageri, and Andersen Bakery). Enjoy the best Danish beer (arguably Mikkeller is the most popular), or try Danish fast food. You'll find hot dogs with all the trimmings at food trucks around the capital. Popular Danish food also includes Frikadeller (meatballs) and the national dish, pork in parsley sauce. Don't miss superlative vegan Danish cuisine, as well, enriched by the country's health-conscious values.

Important info about Denmark

Denmark is nearly 43,000 square kilometres, with approximately 9,000 kilometres of coastline. Car rental in Denmark is ideal for combining sublime natural landscapes with the culture of the capital of Copenhagen as well as the country's second city, Aarhus. Experience outward bound holidays and major cultural attractions like Denmark's castle and Legoland. Whether you take a direct flight to Denmark's international airport, Copenhagen Airport, or drive to Denmark from Sweden, you can collect your rental car at numerous convenient locations. When driving in Denmark, bear in mind basic requirements. You must be at least 21 to rent a car. Speed limits are 110-130kph on motorways and 50kph in urban areas. There are frequent car ferries to Denmark from the UK, so you can arrive at your destination with minimum effort. You can also easily drive between Denmark and Sweden via the toll bridge.

Weather in Copenhagen
Country Denmark
Language Danish
Currency Danish Krone
Time-Zones CET
Country Code +45

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Renting a car in Denmark is the easiest mode of conveyance between England and Denmark's world class attractions. Whether you arrive by ferry or one of the budget flights that arrive in Denmark from the UK hourly, Denmark is part of the Schengen agreement, so members of the EU do not require a visa to visit Denmark. At the time of writing, the Danish Krone is worth slightly more than the British pound. Denmark's accessibility from the UK makes it ideal for family holidays and getaways with friends. Trace Viking and Bronze Age history across the country, or experience the leading design the country is known for. Whether you're desperate to catch a glimmer of the northern lights, or it's the bright lights of Copenhagen's nightlife that attract you, renting a car in Denmark is the best way to pack as much of this glorious Scandinavian country into your holiday as you can.

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Our tour suggestion for Denmark

Explore further afield by renting a car in Denmark, and discover mysterious Troll Forest, with its unusual tree formations, and murmurs of starlings swirling in the sky above Wadden Sea. Mythic delights are closer at hand as well, at Copenhagen's Tivoli Gardens. Open since 1843, this amusement park is packed with rides and live entertainment, especially around Christmas. The famous Hans Christian Andersen mermaid is another local lure. With your rental car from, you can also experience the fantastic 15th century city of Aarhus on the Jutland peninsula's east coast. With a spectacular Old Town and the majestic Marseisborg Palace to explore, Aarhus is definitely worth the commute. ARoS Kunstmuseum is a monolithic temple to modern art, with cutting edge contemporary works to offset the city's historical attractions. In summer, see the Tystrup-Bavelse Lakes, 15,000-year-old residue of melted glaciers.

What to bring to your friends from Denmark

Much like the Vikings of Denmark's past, you'll want to return from your trip with plenty of booty. Denmark produces a plethora of high quality goods. Visit Royal Copenhagen to marvel at the superlative window displays of exquisite blue and white porcelain. Spoil yourself with some jewellery in the style worn by the ancient Vikings, or perhaps mementos of the Hans Christian Andersen tale. Denmark is world-famous for its interior design, and there are plenty of edgy outlet stores in the capital. Georg Jensen Silver GUBI and Illums Bolighus offer a world of both of style and 'hygge' (Danish for 'homey') items to transform your living environment back home. Fashion fans should look out for Cecile Copenhagen, Saks Potts, Wood Wood, and Mads Nørgaard, to name but a few. The majority of these brands are located in Copenhagen city centre, making for convenient shopping before your departure.