When to visit
There’s never truly a bad time to visit Denmark. It’s the happiest place on Earth that’s why! Nonetheless, here’s a quick guide on when to travel depending on weather conditions and growing crowd.
Low Season (October – April)
Cool and wet with short daylight hours, but hygge (cosiness) is in full swing. Big cities have Christmas lights, ice-skating rinks and gløgg (mulled wine). Reduced hours for sights; outdoor attractions closed.
Shoulder (May – mid-June, mid-August – September)
A good time to travel, with generally mild weather and lighter crowds. Spring offers local produce, flowers and a few festivals. Autumn has golden landscapes and cosy nights.
High Season (mid-June – mid-August)
Long daylight hours, with A-list concerts, festivals and theme parks in full swing. Busy camping grounds, beaches, sights and transport. Accommodation prices peak.