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Top Deals on Flights to Denmark

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Rome (ROM) - Copenhagen (CPH)

Departure 26/11/2019
Return 09/12/2019
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Milan (MIL) - Copenhagen (CPH)

Departure 07/12/2019
Return 16/12/2019
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Rome (FCO) - Copenhagen (CPH)

Departure 09/01/2020
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Catania (CTA) - Copenhagen (CPH)

Departure 18/11/2019
Return 25/11/2019
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Bari (BRI) - Copenhagen (CPH)

Departure 15/01/2020
Return 05/03/2020
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Palermo (PMO) - Copenhagen (CPH)

Departure 11/12/2019
Return 16/12/2019
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Cagliari (CAG) - Copenhagen (CPH)

Departure 26/11/2019
Return 02/12/2019
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Milan (LIN) - Copenhagen (CPH)

Departure 19/11/2019
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Milan (MXP) - Copenhagen (CPH)

Departure 27/11/2019
Return 03/12/2019
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Bologna (BLQ) - Copenhagen (CPH)

Departure 18/11/2019
Return 19/11/2019
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Genoa (GOA) - Copenhagen (CPH)

Departure 06/01/2020
Return 08/01/2020
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Lamezia Terme (SUF) - Copenhagen (CPH)

Departure 07/12/2019
Return 09/12/2019
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Alghero (AHO) - Copenhagen (CPH)

Departure 04/11/2019
Return 05/11/2019
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Brindisi (BDS) - Copenhagen (CPH)

Departure 13/12/2019
Return 17/12/2019
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Traveling to Denmark

With history dating back to the days of the Vikings, Denmark is a country steeped in history. The Danish take pride in the beauty of their country, from its clean contemporary cities to charming medieval towns and plenty of breathtaking scenery in between.

Explore Denmark

Many families who fly to Denmark visit Billund, where they spend the day at Legoland, home to one of the world’s most beloved toys! Historians and literature buffs will enjoy exploring Elsinore and Hillerød castles, both of which inspired Shakespeare. Travel to Denmark’s countryside, especially Jutland, for majestic views of rolling hillsides.

Getting around Denmark

Cycling is a popular means of transportation for citizens and visitors alike in Denmark. Copenhagen offers free bicycle rentals and plenty of bicycle paths for you to navigate. Keep in mind that cycling is not allowed on highways or connecting bridges in Denmark, but you are permitted to carry your bike onto public trains or buses. If you are looking for cheap hotels in Denmark, try a hostel or go camping in the country. You can find cheap tickets to Denmark’s rail system online.