Did you know that Denmark has been ranked as the ‘happiest country’ according to the latest surveys! It is also a world leader in terms of sustainable and eco-friendly habits. Given all the positive data on this small Nordic country, one cannot help but wonder about all the secrets behind its big success.
Moreover, the authentic Danish cuisine shaped by the country’s unique geography as well as local habits of the people is worth taking a trip! Being surrounded by waters, seafood has always been an integral part of the local dishes. If you like fish you must definitely try out smørrebrød, fiskefrikadeller or marinated/pickled herring.
Danish cities are ever-more connected today with to availability of affordable flight tickets!
We are offering a number of direct and connected flights to Copenhagen in Denmark. There are regular direct flights scheduled from Istanbul and Konya. Other destinations such as Tirana, Sharm El Sheikh, Erzurum, Mardin or Sanliurfa connect to Copenhagen through layovers at Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport.
Do not forget to read our Denmark Travel Guide, in order to have more information about the best things to do and the most colorful local festivals to attend.
There are many different lodging options at the historical heart of Copenhagen. However, bear in mind that the city is known for high costs, therefore prices may vary depending on the area you’ll choose. You can find cheaper solutions through hostels, bed and breakfasts and rental apartments available all around the city. Latin Quarter is an economic alternative to stay near the center with lower prices.
If you prefer to stay close to major tourist attractions, the city center would be the best choice. You may stay at the Indre By (Inner City), which comprises of the famous Nyhavn harbour and the city’s most popular shopping street, Stroget. Vesterbro is also a trendy and lively neighborhood if you want to be close to some of the best entertainment spots.
In case you will need some assistance while organizing your trip, you can book your hotel through Pegasus Airlines.
You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Denmark for business or leisure.
We are providing flights to Copenhagen Airport in Denmark:
One of the major international airports of Denmark, Copenhagen Airport is situated about 8 km south from the city center. It is among the oldest airports in the world as it has been operational since 1925. Also, regarded as the busiest airport of the region Copenhagen Airport serves the greater Nordic area. Therefore, it is very well connected to Copenhagen city center as well as to other neighbouring countries through various means of transport.
Transport options include trains, metro and buses. Bus line 5A, line 35 and line 36 ride to different parts of the city. As an alternative, the metro line M2 is accessible at the Terminal 3 and it links the airport to the city center within just 15 minutes. Long distance coaches are available for those who would like to travel to other countries as Germany, Sweden and Norway are within few hours away. You can also consider booking a taxi or benefiting from our car rental services.
Below you can find some practical information that will help you organize your trip.
Copenhagen is among the most touristic places in Northern Europe, especially during the warmest summer months. Therefore, it is strongly recommended to book your trip in advance if you want to avoid possible high costs.
We compiled the key contact numbers that might be of use during your visit in Denmark.
Country code: +45
Copenhagen area code:3
Copenhagen Airport: +45 3231 3231
Police, Ambulance, Fire Service: 112
Yes, our flights to Denmark restarted.
Denmark has set certain conditions for entering and leaving the country. You can view the pandemic flight rules applied by Denmark on this page.
No, Quarantine is not enforced in Denmark.
You can find up-to-date conditions for travel, flight dates and rules to be followed for Denmark on this page as they evolve through the pandemic.
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