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More Information about Denmark

How long is the flight to Denmark?

Flights from the UK to Denmark generally disembark in Copenhagen where the country’s main international airport is based.

The short-haul flight to Denmark takes over 1 hour non-stop.

The total flight duration from London to Copenhagen is 1 hour and 50 minutes.

What airlines fly to Denmark?

The main airlines that fly to Denmark are...

What are the main airports in Denmark?

Flights to Denmark will disembark at Copenhagen Airport (CPH).

What are the main things to do and see in Denmark?

Once the seat of Viking raiders, the Danes are proud of their history and also have a fondness for their monarchy which dates back more than 1000 years. An Australian – now Crown Princess Mary – marrying into the Danish royal family has piqued more interest in this Scandanavian destination. Denmark is the birthplace of Lego and Carlsberg beer; unemployment is low, education is free and the Danes are renowned to be a happy lot.

With a 7,314 kilometre coastline, you're never far from the water but almost 40 per cent of the population live on one of Denmark's 406 islands: Zealand. Copenhagen is the suave capital of cool. Its understated but beautiful approach to furniture, fashion, architecture and graphic design make this a very attractive place to be. Add excellent transport, helpful locals and many Michelin-starred restaurants and you might stay longer than planned.

Two noteworthy sites accessible on day trips from the capital are near Roskilde – the Viking ship museum and the Lejre Experimental Centre. If you're keen to see more of the country, hiring a car and touring the Margueritruten is recommended. This is a 3,500-kilometre scenic route passing 100 Danish attractions, marked by brown signs with a white daisy.

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