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If a last-minute Denmark holiday sounds like an amazing travel option, our team at Voyage Privé ready to help you make it happen. Our members receive access to our best travel deals in amazing regions across the world. Read further to learn about our top picks for an unforgettable escape to Denmark.

Why take a last-minute trip to Denmark?

Denmark is renowned for its storied history, amazing landscapes and welcoming people. When you book a last-minute holiday to this iconic European country, you can discover its amazing museums, castles, festivals, restaurants and nightlife. You can also spend plenty of time exploring the great outdoors. These are just a few of the reasons why booking your dream stay in Denmark through Voyage Privé will be worthwhile.

The Voyage Privé travel expert's opinion on last-minute holidays in Denmark

Our Voyage Privé travel expert recommends last-minute Denmark travel. Denmark offers plenty of exciting things to discover for all ages and tastes. Whether you are going solo, with your partner or alongside your entire family, there's something to love about this country. Our goal is to help you find the perfect hotel for your travel needs so you can head off to Denmark to make lifelong memories.

5 things to do on a last-minute trip to Denmark

1. The Round Tower

The Round Tower is one of the most unique attractions that you can visit while on a last-minute Denmark holiday in Copenhagen. Built in the 17th century, the structure is Europe's oldest functioning astronomical observatory.

2. Skjoldnaes Lighthouse

Located on Ærø Island, Skjoldnaes Lighthouse dates to 1881. Built from finely cut granite, the imposing structure stands 32 metres above sea level.

3. Christiania

A stroll through the Christiania district is a must while spending time in Copenhagen. Since 1971, the area has been established as a free town or commune and is known for its unique shops, music venues and cafes.

4. The Danish Railway Museum

Located in Odense, the Danish Railway Museum was established in 1975. It is the largest railway museum in Scandinavia and is home to 50 historic locomotives and railway carriages.

5. Tivoli Gardens

A visit to Tivoli Gardens is a great way to spend some memorable moments while visiting Copenhagen during a last-minute holiday. It dates to 1843 and is home to a variety of different rides and amusements as well as evening fireworks on Saturdays.

Which hotel to choose for your last-minute stay in Denmark

1.?ProfilHotels Copenhagen Plaza 4*

ProfilHotels Copenhagen Plaza 4* is the perfect choice for a city break to the stunning Danish capital of Copenhagen. The property is located in the heart of the city and close to many of its most iconic landmarks. Key facilities include a fitness centre, daily breakfast and bike rental. These are just a few reasons to book your last-minute Denmark getaway at this historic accommodation.

2.?Fairytale Denmark Tour 4*

The Fairytale Denmark Tour 4* is a great option for discovering Denmark's top cities and landscapes. Your deal includes a two-day pass to Legoland and entry to the iconic Tivoli Garden in Copenhagen. Along the way, you will stay in chic hotels that have been hand-selected by our team of travel experts here at Voyage Privé.

3.?Hotel Kong Arthur 4*

The Hotel Kong Arthur 4* is a beautiful property in Copenhagen that is ideally suited for last-minute Denmark holidays that you will remember fondly forever. The hotel itself is housed inside a stunning 19th-century building in one of the city's most beloved neighbourhoods. You will enjoy proximity to many top attractions and can head to the Ni'mat Spa for rejuvenating treatments when you return from your daily explorations.

4.?Denmark Island Hopping Self Drive Tour

The Denmark Island Hopping Self Drive Tour is an incredible offer for a dream getaway in Denmark. This self-driven experience will take you across the various Danish islands with stays at modern, comfortable hotels along the way. You can also count on daily breakfast to get your morning started during your holidays. Itinerary options include a 6 or 7-day tour. Stops along the way include Sønderborg, Ærø Island and Odense.

5.?Skt Petri 5*

Skt Petri 5* is a stylish, luxury property located in Copenhagen that is ideal for a fabulous last-minute Denmark getaway. The accommodation is located in the Latin Quarter with proximity to leading boutiques, cafes, bars and restaurants. You will also love sampling the local specialities and international cuisine that is served at the on-site restaurant.

Practical information on last-minute travel to Denmark

The official currency in Denmark s the Danish kroner but euros and dollars are accepted at many locations. The official language is Danish, but a high percentage of the population speaks English as well. While packing for your last-minute holidays, you want to make sure to bring along travel plug adapters and charging cables as well as clothing that is appropriate to the season, a good pair of walking shoes and extra toiletries.

What is the weather like in Denmark?

Denmark enjoys a temperate climate with evenly distributed precipitation across the year. The annual mean temperature is 8.3ºC.

What budget to plan

For your last-minute Denmark travel budget, we recommend including some additional spending money to cover any extra costs you did not have time to plan, such as additional treats.

How to get to Denmark

Getting to Denmark from the United Kingdom is easy as flights are readily available each day. Leading airlines that fly from the UK to Cophenhagen include British Airways, easyJet, Norwegian Air, American Airlines, Ryanair and Scandinavian Airlines. Upon landing, you will find a range of ground transport options, including taxis, car hire, buses and trains.

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