Denmark connects the northern part of Scandinavia with the rest of Europe. This position, right in the heart of Europe, along with the high level of welfare, safety and clean environment, compared to other European countries, makes Denmark an ideal place to live and from which to explore the rest of the continent.
Because of its shape and geographical location Denmark has often been called the bridge to Europe. However this can also be understood in the sense that you have easy access to all the famous European cities from Denmark. Copenhagen Airport is Scandinavia’s biggest hub and one of the busiest airports in Europe and from here you can make short flights to many of these famous cities. A one hour flight will take you to Berlin. London and Paris can be reached in less than two hours. Barcelona, Rome, Vienna and Prague are all just a few hours away. Click here for more information on flights from Copenhagen Airport. Apart from Copenhagen Airport there are three other bigger airports in Denmark that have international flights. Visit their respective homepages to get more information: Aalborg Airport, Aarhus Airport and Billund Airport.
While the Scandinavian countries might have a reputation of being quite cold, Denmark’s geographical position in the most southern part of Scandinavia ensures quite pleasant and very mild weather all year round. In summer you will not experience the heat waves of southern Europe, but instead be able to enjoy the fantastic Danish nature and beaches with an average temperature of a little more than 20 degrees Celsius. In the winter you will also avoid the biting cold of the more northern regions since the average temperature is above 0 degrees Celsius.