Despite being a member country of the European Union, Denmark has not joined the Euro, therefore has its own currency, the Danish krone, DKK, the exchange rate is, with minor variations, 1 Euro = 7.45 DKK.
Due to its location on the edge of the European continent, the climate in Denmark is relatively mild. As a country surrounded by water and winds circulating around, the summers are warm and winters not too cold, the wind is almost constant.
The winter season extends from October to March, February is the coldest month, with temperatures around 0 degrees Celsius during the day. April and May are cool enough sun and temperate months. In June the summer season which usually features hot sunny days with temperatures ranging from 20-27 degrees Celsius . In autumn the weather is nice but usually with showers and strong winds.
You can find the weather forecast on the website of the Danish Meteorological Institute: http://www.dmi.dk
The national language of Denmark is Danish, a Germanic language. There are three special letters that are at the end of the alphabet: Æ, Ø and Å.
However, most Danes speak English well.
It is the same as in most continental European countries, namely Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, etc.
It has a time difference of + 1 with respect to Ireland, Portugal and the UK.
Denmark uses the same plugs and the same voltage (220 V / 50 Hz) used in most European countries.
HOURS OF MUSEUMS
Museums have a rather limited time, usually open at 10 and close at 18 or even earlier.
All taxis accept credit cards as payment, simply tell the driver when you start the trip.
HOURS OF HOTELS
If you arrive in the morning, please remember that that room is normally released will between 14 and 15 hours.
You can use your mobile in Denmark if your carrier has roaming agreements with a Danish company.
The telephone country code is +45