Denmark

Denmark

With stunning countryside, cosmopolitan cities, and a rich cultural heritage Denmark is one of the most beautiful parts of Europe to visit. With a Denmark travel package from Qatar Airways Holidays, you can see this stunning Scandinavian country in all its glory, from the history and fine dining of Copenhagen to the famous Legoland in Billund.

Embark on your Danish adventure and enjoy one of the most vibrant and varied countries of Northern Europe, whether you’re in search of Vikings or hoping to catch a glimpse of a little mermaid.

Denmark Destinations

Denmark Holiday Packages

Book your Denmark holiday package with Qatar Airways Holidays and experience luxury Scandinavian trip like no other. Whether you’re looking for luxury dining and shopping as you tour historic sites, or fun with the kids as you visit the country’s many amusement parks, Denmark really gives the best of both worlds.

In the country of the Vikings and Hans Christian Anderson you will find the perfect blend of history, culture, fun and sport that makes it the ideal place for a memorable holiday.

Good to know

Time Zone

GMT+1 hour , Summer GMT+2 hours

Languages

Danish, English

Dialing Code

+45

Electricity

220V 50Hz

Currency

Danish krone

Denmark Experiences

  • If you’re looking to stay in a luxury hotel in Denmark, there are plenty to choose from. Most of these are based in larger towns and cities such as Copenhagen, Skagen and Ribe, although you will also find some in more rural areas and close to major amusement parks. You can also put together a Denmark culinary package to tantalise your tastebuds. Copenhagen has become a real destination for foodies thanks to its Michelin-starred restaurants and you can find delicious, traditional Smørrebrød right across the country.
  • If you’re holidaying with the family, a trip to the iconic Legoland is an absolute must, with its miniature Lego towns, cities and scenes mixed with thrilling rides. Legoland is not the country’s only theme park, however, and Denmark is also home to Dyrehavsbakken, the world’s oldest amusement park.
  • If amusement parks aren’t for you, you can see some of the country’s great outdoors by going hiking, fishing or even hunting. It’s best to book a trip with a guide who will help you find the best places. If you’re more of a city dweller, the ancient towns and cities offer plenty of sightseeing opportunities with historic buildings and beautiful architecture.
  • Shopping in Denmark is fantastic — particularly for high-end designer labels. Although shopping centres can be found across the country, Copenhagen has the best selection, particularly along Strøget, one of the longest pedestrianised streets in Europe.