Timezone in Denmark

Denmark follows Central European Time (CET) which is one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and six hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time (EST).


Denmark has summertime from March

From the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October, the country has daylight saving time, meaning that the clocks are turned one hour forward.

Danes use the 24-hour clock system and write the day before the month, for example, 12 May 2012 will be written 12.05.2012.

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Reasons to Visit Denmark

Reasons to Visit Denmark

Get inspiration to visit Denmark and discover the many treasures

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Practical information in Denmark

Practical information in Denmark

Good to know before you go

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Getting to Denmark

Getting to Denmark

It`s easy to get to Denmark because many international flights arriving in Kastrup or Billund Airport..

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Getting around in Denmark

Getting around in Denmark

Denmark has a swift, easy-to-use public transport system which runs reliable and is well-structured.

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Weather in Denmark

Weather in Denmark

Denmark has a milder climate than the other Nordic countries. The danish climate is moderated because of the warm Gulf Stream.

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Accommodation in Denmark

Accommodation in Denmark

Excellent selection of Danish hotels

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