Cheap flights to Denmark
Flights to Denmark
Reasons To Visit Denmark
Denmark is a country offering a unique blend of modern and state-of-the-art attractions alongside a well preserved heritage, so visitors of all tastes will find plenty of things to do. One of the most interesting components of Danish heritage is its Viking history which can be seen across the country at ancient burial mounds or castle ruins. Denmark is also a place of breathtaking natural beauty with many exciting outdoor opportunities – if you are up for an adventure you may consider visiting some of the isolated Danish islands off the coast, many of which remained uninhabited. If you plan on visiting the capital Copenhagen you will find it to be one of the world’s most vibrant and exciting cities - culture and architecture lovers will want to visit the medieval Inner City district, or you can head out to the vibrant and artistic Norrebro with its many bars and galleries.
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Arriving In Denmark
The busiest airport in Denmark is Copenhagen Airport which is located less than 10 km outside of the capital. The airport itself is made up of two passenger terminals and offers an extensive selection of amenities and services whether it’s designer and duty-free shopping or restaurants and cafés that you are after. When your flight has touched down at the airport there are a number of ways to travel into the city center including by train, metro and bus if you would rather use public transport.
If you are looking to book flights from the UAE to Denmark it will be possible to travel directly to Copenhagen from Dubai. You will be able to catch direct flights with Emirates or Norwegian Air Shuttle, with both airlines providing flights out of Dubai International Airport. Alternatively, you can easily transfer once you have arrived at Copenhagen Airport to visit other regions in the country.
Denmark Travel Information
As Denmark is a part of the Schengen Area, UAE nationals do not need to apply for a visa as you will be permitted to stay in the country for up to 90 days visa free. Across Denmark you can expect very cold temperatures and plenty of snow if you are visiting during the winter, although over the summer you can expect pleasantly warm temperatures with average highs in the mid-to low 20s. Don’t forget that Denmark does not utilize the euro as its currency unlike most EU nations, so you will instead need to change up your money to the Danish krone.
* This information is correct as of December 2017
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