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Denmark first became known to the rest of the world more than a thousand years ago, when Danish Vikings took to the high seas and pillaged much of Europe. Nowadays the charming country of Denmark is modern, forward thinking, civilised and successful in so many ways and is viewed as something of a nirvana amongst its population of over five million people. Thanks to its progressive politics, advanced planning, eco-aware society and outstanding work-life balance, Denmark has tradition, history and way of life the rest of the world can only look on and envy.
With stunning scenery, a thriving community spirit and positive take on modern living, Denmark has real style and substance. Plus when it comes to food, you’d be hard pressed to find a better variety of cheese, dairy products, fresh butter, bacon, sausages and beer anywhere else on the planet, with some amazing cakes and pastries to add to the mix too.
Denmark is widely known to be one of the top most liveable and settled countries on earth. You don’t need to look too hard to find much-prized “hygge”, a trait which is unique to Denmark that has a deep effect on the immense happiness of its population. Hygge is the term used for a kind of social nirvana in Denmark – a feeling of homeliness, contentment and friendship. What could be better?
Here are five things you may not have known about Denmark, which you’ll want to make note of before packing your bags:Time Difference: UTC +2 hoursCurrency: Danish kroneNative Language: DanishWeather: Denmark has a temperate climate, characterised by mild winters, with mean temperatures in January of 1.5 °C (34.7 °F), and cool summers, with a mean temperature in August of 17.2 °C (63.0 °F).Sales Tax: 25%
Here’s everything you’ll need to know about flying to Denmark from Australia, including flight times and entry requirements.
Flights from Australia to Denmark generally take around twenty-three hours. There are no direct flights available from anywhere in Australia, however you can fly with just one stop from airports such as Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne.
Australian citizens can visit Denmark visa-free for up to 90 days. You will require an Australian passport.
The following airlines offer one-stop flights from Australia to Denmark:
- Malaysia Airlines
- Singapore Airlines
If you’ve never visited Denmark before and are wondering what the ‘must-see’ sights and attractions are, here are our top ten:
- Nyhavn, Copenhagen
- Tivoli Gardens
- LEGO House
- Frederiksborg Castle
- Moesgaard Museum
- Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
- The David Collection
- Faarup Sommerland
- Jaegerborg Dyrehave
- Lokken Beach
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