Visiting Denmark? Read brief travel information about the country
The spirited nightlife, lively cafe and music scene mixed with a countryside that abounds in Renaissance churches, medieval castles and 18th-century fishing villages, Denmark is a synergy of harmonious relationships.
The Jutland peninsula and its 400 surrounding islands of various sizes, some inhabited and linked to the mainland by ferry or bridge form, one of Europe's smallest countries. Denmark borders both the North and Baltic Sea. The terrain consists mainly of low-lying, fertile countryside broken by beech woods, small lakes and fjords. Greenland and the Faroe Islands are also under the sovereignty of the Kingdom of Denmark, although both have home rule.
The climate experienced in Denmark is temperate mild with no extremes. The weather on the coast is rather wet and windy. September, October and November face the greatest rainfall.The average temperatures in summer months reach 66°F (19°C) and in winter 34°F (1°C).
The population of Denmark is of Scandinavian descent, with small groups of Inui, Faroese, Greenland and immigrants from South Asia, and The Middle East.
Danish People's Church or Lutheran state church has 83% of followers out of all Danish citizens. 4% are believers of Islam religion. Other religions in Denmark include non Lutheran Christian denominations.
Danish Krone (DKK) is the official currency in the country. 1 USD =5,59 Danish Krone
Denmark has an abundance of picturesque villages and towns, historic castles and monuments, and a coastline which varies delightfully from broad sandy beaches to small coves and gentle fjords. The same atmosphere is preserved by Copenhagen a waterside city packed with old-world fairytale charm alongside some of the world's most avant-garde architecture. It is home to the oldest resident monarchy in the world having been the capital of Denmark for close on 600 years. Its narrow medieval cobbled central city streets stretch to myriad of attractions like pavement cafes, theatres, and world-class museums and galleries. The popular Museum of Decorative Arts traces the history of Danish design, the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art featuring world famous artists. Tivoli Gardens is actually one of the world's most thrilling entertainment complexes, drawing about three million visitors during its five-month summer open season each year. Besides this abundance of sites Copenhagen rentals
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