Denmark is a delightful, clean, and interesting country. Denmark has a long history which dates back to the vikings, and the urban communities here are lovely with their medieval appeal. I can never get enough of Denmark. Additionally history, the individuals here are amicable, they want to have a great time (Danes often stay out until first light), and they are extremely inviting to voyagers.
Accommodation and Food
I paid USD27 per night for a hostel dorm and that typically gets you a 12-man or more dorm. Littler dormitories are around USD32. Denmark is one of the countries that does not offer cheap hotels and you can expect to pay around USD100 for every night or up for a hotel room. Hotels outside the urban areas begin around USD70 You can additionally stay at campgrounds which will cost from USD8-USD14 for each night. To stay at any campground, you will require the Camping Card Scandinavia. The card will cost about USD20. If you want to camp just one night, you can get a travel card, for USD6.50. Denmark is also popular for having expensive food. In the event that I was going to dine out in a restaurant, I expected to be paying around USD11-USD17 for a cheap meal throughout lunch time. Supper time dinners will be closer to USD20-USD30. I also discovered some cheap sausage stalls for around USD4-USD5. Goods will cost around USD35 for every week.
Transportation and Activities
Train set out crosswise over Denmark (Jutland to Copenhagen) takes around USD65. Transports begin around USD45. The closer you get to the travel date the higher the expense. The train from the runway to center of Copenhagen is USD6. Local buses and trains are about USD4.30 for a two-zone ticket. For USD10, I could get into museums. There are various full day activities to do in this area and most include going out and exploring the wonderful farmland. Most day-treks would cost USD50 or more.
Money Saving Tips
The Danish rail framework offers shoddy tickets by means of their online site called “Orange tickets.” They are just accessible online and you need to print out the ticket before you load up the train. These tickets however are a third of the expense of what you can purchase at the track station. Booking prepare and transport tickets a month ahead of time can spare you up to half. Eating out in Denmark is not cheap and, since Danish food isn’t going to win any incredible culinary honors, you won’t miss much by cooking your food. Goods cost about USD35 for every week, which is about the cost of 3 dinners at a restaurant. Other than that, if you genuinely need to spare the most cash you can and wouldn’t fret where you rest, you can always Couchsurf. Most backpackers depend intensely on couchsurfing (or other neighborliness trades) as a result, I might encourage you to convey your appeals far ahead of time of your real entry date.
Toss in some clean urban communities and a high caliber of life and I’m sold. You most likely will be as well. Everybody who comes to visit always wants to go back. Most visitors just spend a couple of days in Copenhagen before high expenses force them to proceed onward. However, if you like, the countryside is still amazing and worth visiting, especially Jutland.