The best way getting around in Denmark is by private car.
Are you arriving in Denmark in your own car? Well then there are only the fuel prices to worry about, the fuel prices are quite expensive.
If you are arriving by plane and want to rent a car for your holiday or business trip then it is worth to plan ahead and book your rental car in advance.
In most cases advanced booking is cheaper and you will get the car and model you want, where on the other hand if you arrive in Denmark with no booking, the car or model you prefer may not be available and quite often it is also more expensive.
There are a number of car rental companies at all the international airports in Denmark like Budget, Avis, Hertz and other smaller local car hire companies.
Getting around in Denmark as a family, a rental car will not be that much more expensive than using public transport, especially taking into consideration that getting around in Denmark on public transport you are dependent on time tables, dragging luggage on and off busses or trains and keeping an eye on the kids at the same time. Don’t forget you are on a relaxing family holiday.
In Denmark they drive in the right lane like most other European countries, the road network is excellent and most roads are well maintained. However be on a lookout for big potholes after an extreme winter, it will take some time for the maintenance crew to get it all fixed up again.
Be also aware of the many push bikes and pedestrians, when getting around in Denmark.
Denmark has the highest number of push bikes in the world compare to population.
Always lookout for bikes and pedestrians when turning, especially if turning to your right.
In real bad conditions these three bridges will be closed down for traffic.
Crossing The Big Belt Bridge in Denmark.
However if you are staying in Copenhagen only, public transport may be the best solution for you, due to the heavy traffic, and it may also be hard to find parking and the public transport system in Copenhagen is excellent.
Here you can find more information about Public Transport In Copenhagen.
From Copenhagen airport you can reach any other airport in Denmark in less than 1 hour.
Billund Airport, placed on the Jutland Peninsula , is Denmark’s second largest airport and is also an international airport, with connection to most cities in Europe.
For more information go to Copenhagen airport.
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