Travel Tips for Denmark

Denmark is the southernmost Scandinavian country whose only land border is with Germany to the south.
Despite its EU membership, Denmark is not a member of the euro zone so you will need to bring some Danish krone with you for public transport from the airport and other initial purchases.
A glass or two of akvavit snaps is also a great way to warm up on a cold winter’s day.
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Anyone with an EU passport is free to come and go as they please in Denmark, however, non-EU visitors should check their visa status before planning their stay.
There are plenty of local food specialties that you will want to try such as the famous open sandwich known as smorrebrod and Friadeller meat balls.

SOURCE: foursquare . com/v/denmark/50647124e4b0b774f681e182

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