Area (sq. km):
43,094 square meters
Denmark is 1 hour ahead of GMT. From the last Sunday in March to the last Saturday in October, Denmark is 2 hours ahead of GMT.
The international dialling code for Denmarky is +45. Telephone calls, especially international ones, can be expensive when made from a hotel. We suggest you check the price first. If you have a mobile phone it should be a relatively simple procedure to arrange ‘global roaming’ with your service provider, however charges are generally very high so be sure to check this option thoroughly.
Denmark uses 220 volts AC, 50Hz. Plugs are of the European round two-pin type.
Visas are currently not required for Australian, New Zealand, US, Canadian or UK/EU passport holders wishing to visit Denmark.
Some EU nationals may travel in Europe using only an identity card, however it is your responsibility to check with the relevant authorities if this applies to you.