What you should know before traveling to Denmark
Denmark is a small country in Scandinavia. It is an interesting but not very popular tourist destination. One of the reasons is weather conditions. Denmark has low temperatures, so if you want to visit it, go during the summer. July and August are the best time of a year when you should visit this country. The main part of the country is called Jutland. The capital is famous Copenhagen. This is a very interesting city with a lot of possibilities, so you must visit it.
Denmark is a member of the Schengen Agreement. This means that their borders are open for many countries. Also, citizens of the United States, Canada, Australia, European Union and New Zealand doesn’t require a visa. Remember that not all members of the European Union are members of the Schengen Agreement. It is better to check with your embassy and see do you need a visa or not.
In order to get to Denmark, you can use an airplane. All European air companies have direct flights to Copenhagen. You can go there by a train. There is a direct train from Hamburg in Germany on every two hours. Also, you can get by a car. The recommended route is a highway from Hamburg to Copenhagen. If you have a car problem in Denmark, you can call auto assistance (+45 70 10 20 30 or +45 70 10 80 90). Expect to pay from 100 to 300 euros.
The official language is Danish. It is similar to Norwegian and Swedish, but it sounds different. 90% of the population speaks English language, so you won’t have problems in conversation.