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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!

Pegasus offers regular direct and connecting flights to Denmark. Direct Denmark flights organized to Copenhagen International Airport depart from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport and Hatay Airport. The direct flight time between Istanbul and Copenhagen is approximately 3.5 hours. You can also have a comfortable journey to Denmark with Pegasus Copenhagen flights via Istanbul and Hatay from Doha, Sharm El-Sheikh, Bahrain, Adana, Şanlıurfa, and many other destinations across the globe. Besides, you can get to various destinations worldwide from Copenhagen with connecting flights via Istanbul.

Transportation from Copenhagen International Airport to the City Centre

The distance between Copenhagen International Airport and the city centre is around 8 km. Transportation from the airport to the city centre is provided by bus, metro, train and taxi. Metro

Copenhagen metro operates on two lines. The metro, which provides comfortable transportation from the airport to the city centre, runs 24 hours a day. Located at the exit of the Terminal 3 building, the M2 metro line reaches central parts of the city, such as Nørreport and Kongens Nytorv, in approximately 20 minutes.

Train: You can get to the city centre and touristic areas with the A, B, C, E, F, H, and Bx train lines departing from Terminal 3.

Bus: You can get to Copenhagen city centre in approximately 25-30 minutes by bus number 5A departing from the airport.

Taxi: You can reach the city centre from the airport by taxi without waiting. You can also travel around the city freely with Pegasus car rental service.

Public Transport

Public transport in Denmark is well developed, and there are many options such as buses, metro, trains, and taxis. Buses with codes A and S offer to get to the city centres and many other areas. On the other hand, train and metro lines allow you to reach almost all points in the city comfortably and quickly.

What are the service hours of Denmark’s public transport?

In Denmark, buses with code A and the metro operate 24 hours daily. The operating hours of the buses with the S code are between 06.00 a.m. - 01.00 a.m. Trains provide service between 05.00 a.m. – 00.30 a.m.

Is there a tourist travel card in Denmark?

You can benefit from discounted transportation in Denmark with the Copenhagen card and the City Pass card. Also, you can visit the historical and touristic attractions of the country at a discount with these cards.

Denmark Intercity Transport

The options you can choose for intercity transport in Denmark are buses and trains. You can get to the city you want comfortably by bus and train lines connecting many cities in Denmark. For example, you can go to the train station from Copenhagen airport and reach Odense from there. You can also get to different country cities such as Oslo and Prague by train and buses.

Where to Stay in Denmark?

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.



Top things to do in Denmark

  • Go to Nyhavn: At the very heart of Copenhagen, Nyhavn is probably first place that comes up on a tourist’s itinerary when visiting Denmark. Although Nyhavn used to be an old commercial port, today it is packed with many great bars and restaurants.
  • Visit Amalienborg Palace: Amalienborg Castle takes the visitors into the world of Danish monarchy, as it is the official residence of the royal family. You can watch the change of guards around midday. Also, the palace complex includes an exclusive museum where carefully curated items belonging to the royal family are displayed.
  • See the Round Tower: Round Tower is known to be the oldest observatory in Europe. Today it welcomes visitors from all around the world as a famous attraction point. According to stories, the famous Danish fairytale writer Anderson used to go to the library frequently which is located inside the tower.
  • Stroll at Tivoli Gardens: Renowned as the second oldest amusement park in the world, Tivoli Gardens is a great place for entertainment. Its history goes back to 1843. Rumor has it that Walt Disney visited Tivoli Gardens many times and found great inspiration which eventually led to the establishment of his Disney World!
  • Take a Canal Cruise from Gammel Strand: There is no better way to discover the beauty of this special city from the waterside! Canal cruises will enable you to experience an unforgettable journey with different perspectives of Copenhagen. Moreover, the city-pass  Copenhagen Card will let you discover to the top attractions free of charge, including the canal cruise.
  • Go to Christiania Freetown: Another hotspot in Copenhagen, Christiana Freetown is sort of an anarchist neighborhood in the city. Also called as the hippie quarter, it consists of a special community that sets out its own regulations. It’s a truly unique venue where no cars are allowed. You can pay a visit to see the rebellious lifestyle of this community and marvel at the amazing street art.
  • Visit Christianborg Palace: Christianborg Palace is a government structure owned by the Danish royal family. Today it receives special events organized by the Queen. Therefore, you can visit the royal reception rooms through guided tours. Have a look at the  Copenhagen Travel Guide to learn more about things to do in the Danish capital.

  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.

Car Rental in Denmark

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.


Airports in Denmark

We are providing flights to Copenhagen Airport in Denmark:

Copenhagen Airport

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.  

Things to Know Before Visiting Denmark

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.

Essential Numbers

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


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