VISITDENMARK TRAVEL TRADE WEB
Visit Denmark has a dedictaed travel trade website. Here you will find itineraries and information that will help you sell Denmark to your clients.
Visit our site at: www.visitdenmark.com/traveltrade
VISITDENMARK IMAGE BANK
Visit Denmark has a dedicated image bank, where you will find plenty of imagery from our little kingdom.
Visit our image bank site at: https://platform.crowdriff.com/m/visitdenmark
VISITDENMARK TRADE NEWS
Sign up for the VisitDenmark B2B Newsletter here: https://www.visitdenmark.com/travel-trade (scroll, scroll, scroll right down to the end of the page).
If you are based in the US, you can also send an email to: email@example.com and sign up for our US advisor and tour operator database.
The Copenhagen Card is the most convenient and affordable way to experience Copenhagen. Visit world-class museums, take a cruise along the charming canals and explore beautiful castles in- and outside of Copenhagen – all for free (one visit per attraction).
With a Copenhagen Card in hand you also have unlimited travel on trains, busses, metro and harbor busses in the entire capital region.
You can bring two children under 10 for free.
Read more here.
COPENHAGEN SPECIALIST AND ADVISOR OFFER
Wonderful Copenhagen has a Copenhagen-specific training program: https://www.onlinetraveltraining.com/free-courses/providers/copenhagenacademy#
As a travel professional, you can also make use of their offer for travel professionals: https://www.wonderfulcopenhagen.com/travel-trade/tools-resources/travel-trade-offer
FROM THE AIRPORT
The quickest route from the airport to Copenhagen is via regional train or Metro. It takes under 15 minutes to reach the city center and you can buy the tickets you need at the airport: you need a 3-zone ticket that costs approximately DKK 36.
Read more here.
THE NEW COPENHAGEN METRO RING
In September 2019 the new Metro Ring in Copenhagen opened, connecting all the Copenhagen neighborhoods. Now it is much easier to get a taste of local Copenhagen living.
Read more about The Metro Ring here.
Denmark is connecting by a national rail and several local railways. Via the main rail line you can travel from Copenhagen to Odense to Aarhus to Aalborg. It is a great way to experience the country in a slow pace.
Read more about the Danish Rail here (scroll down to "Train Travel in Denmark").
You can fly across Denmark in a very short time. SAS operates flights between Copenhagen, Aarhus, Billund and Aalborg.
Nordic Seaplanes bring you between Copenhagen, Aarhus and more hidden gems such as Skagen.
Denmark is surrounded by water, and therefore you can easily travel from Sealand to mainland Denmark (Jutland) with route between Sealand and Aarhus. Routes connecting the Scandinavian countries are Hirtshals (DK) to Kristiansand (NO) and Frederikshavn (DK) to Gothenburg (SE).
CURRENCY AND TIPPING
Denmark has its own currency, Danish Kroners. Denmark is moving to become a cashless society, and most credit cards are accepted. Some American credit cards such as Diners Club are not widely accepted, so check before you travel.
In Denmark you do not have to tip. All fees are included in the final price, and it is only if you experience something very out of the extraordinary that you leave a tip.
CONNECTION TO SCANDINAVIA
Denmark is easily combined with other Scandinavian countries. From Copenhagen you can drive or take the train across the bridge to Sweden, or take the train from Copenhagen to Elsinore and then take a 25 minute ferry to Helsingborg in Sweden.
From North Jutland you can take the ferry from Hirtshals to Kristiansand in Norway or from Frederikshavn to Gothenburg in Sweden.