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Forward-thinking with a fascinating history, it’s easy to see why Denmark regularly tops the happiness polls. Its laid-back, walkable cities are home to world-class restaurants, galleries and boutiques that co-exist alongside picturesque canals, candle-lit cafés and photo-ready castles.

Fly to Denmark with British Airways to discover its distinctly Scandinavian appeal, from its 444 islands and north coast beaches to its cosmopolitan cities. Start your trip in Copenhagen, visiting the famous Little Mermaid statue, before taking in some culture at the Design Museum Denmark and calling in at Amalienborg, the Danish royal family’s official residence next door. Beyond its capital city, there’s plenty more to explore, like the old Viking city Aarhus on the east coast, or Billund further west, home to Legoland for kids of all ages. Feeling active? You’ll fit right in with the locals at Mols Bjerge National Park, where the rugged landscapes and wind-swept beaches make the perfect backdrop for hiking, cycling and fishing. Book your holiday to Copenhagen today.

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Denmark flight FAQs

How long is a flight to Denmark?

You can fly from London to Denmark in under two hours. Flights to Copenhagen take around hour and 50 minutes, while flights to Billund take one hour and 40 minutes.

Which airports to British Airways fly to Denmark from?

We fly from London Heathrow to both Copenhagen and Billund, while our partner airline SUN-AIR of Scandinavia flies from London City and Manchester to Billund.

What is the cheapest month to fly to Denmark?

You’ll find great prices all year round, though you might find flights are slightly cheaper in February or March. Keep an eye out for our special offers or search our low fare finder to see the cheapest flights for each month of the year.

Is Denmark cheap to visit?

Denmark has a wealth of free attractions, so you can take in its cultural highlights and natural beauty without spending a penny – or Krone. While you may need to budget for dining out, you’ll get much better value for your money if you avoid the central tourist areas. Take advantage of city and rail passes if you’re travelling around, as they offer free entry to certain museums and attractions too.

Is it easy to get around Denmark?

Denmark is known for its excellent public transport, so it’s easy to get around by buses, trains and even ferries, if you’re exploring the islands. In Copenhagen and Billund, join the locals by walking or renting a bike – or take advantage of the efficient train and bus lines.

You can also hire a car with British Airways if you want to see more of what Denmark has to offer. You’ll receive great benefits, with all mandatory charges included and 24-hour customer support, plus you’ll collect Avios points on every rental.

Why visit Denmark?

With a milder climate than the rest of Scandinavia, dramatic coastlines and cosmopolitan cities to explore, Denmark is perfect for a short getaway any time of year. Discover the Danish concept of Hygge – the art of being cosy and content – in winter, and enjoy the long daylight hours in summer, when the locals flock to the beaches and hike across the countryside.

It's easy to get away from it all when you visit the islands. The island Møn on Zealand’s south coast is home to striking white cliffs and a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, where you can kayak, snorkel or hunt for fossils. Or head to Langeland, 30 minutes from Svendborg, where you can tour the 13th-century Tranekær Castle before heading to the island’s southern tip to spot herds of wild horses.

Why fly British Airways to Denmark?

Discover outstanding service from the moment you book. Enjoy free seat selection 24 hours before departure, free hand baggage and a generous checked bag allowance. Onboard you’ll find HEPA-filtered air, quality on-board catering and a warm, uniquely British welcome.

Simply relax and let us take care of you, every step of the way.

Copenhagen: Highlights

  • Take an invigorating dip in the clear harbour waters at Islands Brygge.
  • Hire a bike and see all the city has to offer on the 13km Harbour Circle cycle route.
  • Explore Nyhavn, the colourful port and old neighbourhood of Hans Christian Anderson.

Billund: Highlights

  • As the home of Lego, you can indulge your inner child at LEGOLAND Resort and Lego House in the old town.
  • See the 10th century Viking monument at Kongernes Jelling, part of the National Museum.
  • Discover the area’s natural beauty on a hilly hike around the Syvaarssoeen trail.

Copenhagen Travel Essentials

Flight time

1 hour 40 mins

Time zone

GMT+1

Currency

Danish krone

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