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Car Rental Denmark

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Mini class Denmark

As the name suggests, the mini class offers the smallest rental cars. They're best suited for one or two people and usually have only two doors. There's limited room for baggage, but these cars can squeeze into the tightest parking spots! These cars aren't only cheap to rent, but they also use less fuel or energy. You can rent a car from this class at this destination (Denmark) starting at per day. Rent a car without hassle? Choose our Worry-Free label. You can rent the cheapest car in this class with the Worry-Free label from per day at Europcar.

Economy class Denmark

An economy-class rental car is compact, but a little larger than a car from the mini class. Just this little bit of extra space brings a new class of comfort. These cars are especially great for two people or small families. Choosing a rental car in the economy class is, as the name suggests, a smart financial decision, or at least a budget-friendly one. You can rent a car from this class at this destination (Denmark) starting at per day. Rent a car without hassle? Choose our Worry-Free label. You can rent the cheapest car in this class with the Worry-Free label from per day at Alamo.

Compact class Denmark

Compact-class rental cars are popular, and it's easy to see why. These cars offer plenty of room for 4 people, including their luggage, but are still small enough to maneuver through busy city streets. If you have small children, then choose a 4-door model, which make using child seats easier. You can rent a car from this class at this destination (Denmark) starting at per day. Rent a car without hassle? Choose our Worry-Free label. You can rent the cheapest car in this class with the Worry-Free label from per day at Avis.

Intermediate class Denmark

Midsize rental cars are an excellent choice when you need more space than a compact car. They're perfect for families or groups of up to five people and have plenty of room for luggage. Although a midsize rental car offers more space, its fuel or energy consumption is comparable to a compact car. You can rent a car from this class at this destination (Denmark) starting at per day. Rent a car without hassle? Choose our Worry-Free label. You can rent the cheapest car in this class with the Worry-Free label from per day at Alamo.

Standard class Denmark

Contrary to what the name suggests, standard-class rental cars are quite large vehicles with more than enough room for 5 passengers and luggage. They are ideal for longer distances, for example a road trip, also because rental cars from the standard class often have more comfort accessories. You can rent a car from this class at this destination (Denmark) starting at per day. Rent a car without hassle? Choose our Worry-Free label. You can rent the cheapest car in this class with the Worry-Free label from per day at Alamo.

Full-size class Denmark

Rent a full-size-class car and you'll not only only get a vehicle with a lot of room, but also with a luxury interior and accessories. Combined with a powerful engine, these are cars that make long drives more comfortable. There are often limited numbers of full-size-class cars, though, so reserve yours in advance. You can rent a car from this class at this destination (Denmark) starting at per day. Rent a car without hassle? Choose our Worry-Free label. You can rent the cheapest car in this class with the Worry-Free label from per day at Avis.

Rent a luxury car Denmark

Feel like driving around in style? Choose a rental car from the top segment of high-end brands, such as Mercedes, BMW, Audi and Volvo. With these luxury features: cool lines, luxury interior, comfortable seats, and a powerful engine. It'll cost a bit extra, but with our search options you'll find the best price for a luxury rental car. You can rent a car from this class at this destination (Denmark) starting at per day. Rent a car without hassle? Choose our Worry-Free label. You can rent the cheapest car in this class with the Worry-Free label from per day at Alamo.

Rent a station wagon Denmark

A station wagon is the perfect rental car when traveling with a group with lots of luggage or sports equipment. This type of car is also called a break, touring, combi or station car and is very popular among active travelers and those who love the explore the outdoors. The large luggage space makes the station wagon the perfect rental car. You can rent a car from this class at this destination (Denmark) starting at per day. Rent a car without hassle? Choose our Worry-Free label. You can rent the cheapest car in this class with the Worry-Free label from per day at Avis.

Rent a van Denmark

Rent a van at your vacation destination when you're traveling with a group or large family. A rental van is also ideal if you need to transport a lot of sports or camping equipment. These vans usually offer more than enough luggage storage. Sometimes you can even remove some seats to create even more room for baggage. You can rent a car from this class at this destination (Denmark) starting at per day. Rent a car without hassle? Choose our Worry-Free label. You can rent the cheapest car in this class with the Worry-Free label from per day at Sixt.

Renting a convertible Denmark

If you're headed to a sunny destination, you naturally want to get the most out of your experience, also when you're driving your rental car. Meaning: a convertible, also called a cabriolet. Throw back the roof and enjoy the sights and sounds of the road to the fullest. Decide whether or not you want insurance, and we'll help you find the best rental price for your convertible. You can rent a car from this class at this destination (Denmark) starting at per day. Rent a car without hassle? Choose our Worry-Free label. You can rent the cheapest car in this class with the Worry-Free label from per day at Sixt.

Rent an SUV Denmark

Almost nobody calls SUVs by their full names: Sports Utility Vehicles. It is an especially popular type of car to rent, because it's ideal for travel. Plus, it lets you sit a bit higher, so you have a good view of the road and your environment. Do choose an SUV that suits your travel needs, because that abbreviation includes both small, medium, and large rental cars. You can rent a car from this class at this destination (Denmark) starting at per day. Rent a car without hassle? Choose our Worry-Free label. You can rent the cheapest car in this class with the Worry-Free label from per day at Alamo.

Rent an electric car Denmark

Electric cars, also known as EVs, are getting more and more popular, and many car rental agencies now offer a range of models. But think carefully first about what you want to do with your electric rental car. For example: Research charging stations in advance, because not everywhere in the world has as dense a network as the Netherlands. You can rent a car from this class at this destination (Denmark) starting at per day. Rent a car without hassle? Choose our Worry-Free label. You can rent the cheapest car in this class with the Worry-Free label from per day at Avis.
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When to book a rental car in Denmark

Denmark - When is the cheapest time to rent a mini class car?

At this destination (Denmark), January is the cheapest month to rent a mini class car. The average price is /day. The rest of the year, the average price is /day to rent a car. August is the most popular month to rent a mini class car at this destination, the average price is /day. To ensure a wide selection and the best rates, we advise booking your rental car well in advance. Waiting until the last minute may result in limited options and higher prices.

Denmark - When is the cheapest time to rent a economy class car?

At this destination (Denmark), January is the cheapest month to rent an economy class car. The average price is /day. The rest of the year, you pay an average of /day to rent a car August is the most popular month to rent an economy car at this destination (Denmark), you will pay on average /day. To ensure a wide selection and the best rates, we advise booking your rental car well in advance. Waiting until the last minute may result in limited options and higher prices.

Denmark - When is the cheapest time to rent a compact class car?

At this destination (Denmark), January is the cheapest month to rent a compact class car. The average price is /day. The rest of the year, the average price is /day. August is the most popular month to rent a compact class car at this destination, the average price is /day. To ensure a wide selection and the best rates, we advise booking your rental car well in advance. Waiting until the last minute may result in limited options and higher prices.

Denmark - When is the cheapest time to rent a intermediate class car?

At this destination (Denmark), January is the cheapest month to rent an intermediate class car. The average price is /day. The rest of the year, the average price is /day. August is the most popular month to rent an intermediate class car at this destination, the average price is /day. To ensure a wide selection and the best rates, we advise booking your rental car well in advance. Waiting until the last minute may result in limited options and higher prices.

Denmark - When is the cheapest time to rent a standard-class car?

At this destination (Denmark), January is the cheapest month to rent a standard class car. The average price is /day. The rest of the year, the average price is /day to rent a car. August is the most popular month to rent a standard class car at this destination, the average price is /day. To ensure a wide selection and the best rates, we advise booking your rental car well in advance. Waiting until the last minute may result in limited options and higher prices.

Denmark - When is the cheapest time to rent a full-size car?

At this destination (Denmark), January is the cheapest month to rent a full-size class car. The average price is /day. The rest of the year, the average price is /day. August is the most popular month to rent a full-size class car at this destination, the average price is /day. To ensure a wide selection and the best rates, we advise booking your rental car well in advance. Waiting until the last minute may result in limited options and higher prices.

Denmark - When is the cheapest time to rent a luxury car?

At this destination (Denmark), January is the cheapest month to rent a luxury class car. The average price is /day. The rest of the year, the average price is /day. August is the most popular month to rent a luxury class car at this destination, the average price is /day. To ensure a wide selection and the best rates, we advise booking your rental car well in advance. Waiting until the last minute may result in limited options and higher prices.

Denmark - When is the cheapest time to rent a station wagon?

At this destination (Denmark), January is the cheapest month to rent a station wagon. The average price is /day. The rest of the year, the average price is /day. August is the most popular month to rent a station wagon at this destination, the average price is /day. To ensure a wide selection and the best rates, we advise booking your rental car well in advance. Waiting until the last minute may result in limited options and higher prices.

Denmark - When is the cheapest time to rent a SUV?

At this destination (Denmark), January is the cheapest month to rent an SUV. The average price is /day. The rest of the year, the average price is /day. August is the most popular month to rent an SUV at this destination, the average price is /day. To ensure a wide selection and the best rates, we advise booking your rental car well in advance. Waiting until the last minute may result in limited options and higher prices.

Denmark - When is the cheapest time to rent a MPV?

At this destination (Denmark), January is the cheapest month to rent an MPV. The average price is /day. The rest of the year, the average price is /day. July is the most popular month to rent an MPV at this destination, the average price is /day. To ensure a wide selection and the best rates, we advise booking your rental car well in advance. Waiting until the last minute may result in limited options and higher prices.

Denmark - When is the cheapest time to rent a minivan?

At this destination (Denmark), January is the cheapest month to rent a minibus. The average price is /day. The rest of the year, the average price is /day. August is the most popular month to rent a minibus at this destination, the average price is /day. To ensure a wide selection and the best rates, we advise booking your rental car well in advance. Waiting until the last minute may result in limited options and higher prices.

Denmark - When is the cheapest time to rent a convertible?

At this destination (Denmark), May is the cheapest month to rent a convertible. The average price is /day. The rest of the year, the average price is /day. July is the most popular month to rent a convertible at this destination, the average price is /day. To ensure a wide selection and the best rates, we advise booking your rental car well in advance. Waiting until the last minute may result in limited options and higher prices.

Denmark - When is the cheapest time to rent a sedan?

At this destination (Denmark), October is the cheapest month to rent a sedan. The average price is /day. The rest of the year, the average price is /day. August is the most popular month to rent a sedan at this destination, the average price is /day. To ensure a wide selection and the best rates, we advise booking your rental car well in advance. Waiting until the last minute may result in limited options and higher prices.

Car rental Denmark

Location information for Denmark

Denmark is best explored by rental car. EasyTerra Car Rental has over 37 pick-up locations in Denmark. This means there is always a pick-up location close to your destination.

Introduction

Denmark is a country abounding in water and is largely surrounded by seas. This means you can enjoy lovely boat trips and delicious fish dishes. Culture lovers can visit castles, estates and museums. Also, there are many remains from the days of the Vikings. Denmark is a suitable holiday destination with families with small children. Legoland is a famous attraction that nobody who visits Denmark should miss. In addition, there are plenty of beautiful, wide and sandy beaches.

History

Like Norway and Sweden, Denmark was inhabited by the Vikings from the 9th to the 11th century. The Vikings were known for their tendency to plunder other parts of Europe. At the end of the tenth century, the Danish kings managed to conquer Sweden. The monarchy was very important in Denmark and the king occupied a powerful position. In the thirteenth century, the nobility decided to restrict the power of the king; King Erik V was forced to sign a charter (this document is seen as the country's first constitution).

In 1397, Denmark, Sweden and Norway were united in a monarchy: the Union of Kalmar. The union was formed by the Danish Queen Margareta. The Swedes did not agree with the centralization of power in Denmark. In 1532, this led to the dissolution of the union. However, Norway continued to be part of Denmark. In 1536, Christian III adopted Lutheranism as Denmark's state religion.

Since the collapse of the Union of Kalmar, Denmark was continuously at war with Sweden. On land, the Swedes were stronger; at sea, the Danes were invincible. Both Sweden and Denmark managed to conquer large parts. During the 18th century, Denmark came into conflict with other countries in Europe as well. The English fleet was dangerous, and Russia chose England's side. Denmark was forced to cooperate with the French, under Napoleon. After Napoleon's defeat, Denmark was severely punished for supporting France: it had to give up Norway to Sweden.

Denmark was no longer a major power, and a while later it had to give up its colonies. In 1839, Christian VIII was the king of Denmark. Although he desired absolute power, the people resisted more and more against the power of the monarchy. Christian decided to modify the constitution in such a way that Denmark gradually became a parliamentary democracy. In 1848, Frederik VII even abolished the absolute monarchy altogether. After that, there were a number of wars about who controlled part Danish/part German Schleswig-Holstein. The Danes lost the Second Schleswig War and had to give the territory to the Germans.

During the First World War, Denmark remained neutral. During the Second World War, Denmark tried to remain neutral again. However, in 1940 Germany invaded Denmark and occupied the country for five years. After the Second World War, Denmark became a member of the United Nations. In 1973, it also became a member of the European Union. Despite its membership, the country's relationship with the EU is a tricky business. When other countries decided to adopt the euro as their national currency, Denmark decided against it.

Society and Culture

Denmark has about 5.5 million inhabitants, 85% of whom live in and around urban areas. The rest lives on the Danish islands, on the Jutland peninsula and in (the semi-autonomous areas of) Greenland and Faroe. The average population density is 126 people per square kilometre. There is only a small percentage of foreigners in Denmark, mostly Germans and Scandinavians.

The large majority of Danes speaks Danish. There are various dialects. Greenland and Faroe have their own languages (Greenlandic and Faerörsk). In South-Jutland people also speak German. Danish is related to the other Scandinavian languages. Many Danes also speak English and German.

The national church in Denmark is the Evangelical-Lutheran Church. About 85% of the population adheres to this religion. Other people are Roman-Catholic, Protestant, Jewish or Muslim. In modern Danish society religion does not play a central role anymore.

In Denmark, there is a lot that reminds of the days the Vikings ruled the country. There are various museums displaying archaeological artifacts. Furthermore, Danish Design is famous throughout the world. Danish Design is characterized by its simple lines and lack of details. Theatre lovers will enjoy themselves the most in Copenhagen. A well-known tourist attraction is the theme park Legoland (a miniature world made completely with Lego, situated in Billund). Many tourists also visit the statue of the famous Hans Christian Andersen. He is known all over the world for his beautiful fairytales and stories.

Political Situation

Denmark is a constitutional monarchy headed by queen Margarethe II. The power of the queen is limited. Together with parliament, the Folketing, she controls the legislative power. The parliament consists of one house with 179 members. Forty seats are awarded to parties that have not managed to reach the electoral threshold. Greenland and Faroe also have two seats. Parliamentary elections take place every four years. All Danish men and women of 18 years and older are eligible to vote. From time to time there are also referenda.

The queen and ministers are responsible for the executive power. The ministers are responsible to the parliament. Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen is the current head of government.

In Denmark there are various political parties. No party has ever managed to gain an absolute majority of votes. Since 1945, the Social-Democratic Party has played an important role. At the moment, the social-democrats lead the opposition parties. The liberals, conservatives and the Danish Popular Party won a majority of the votes and formed a coalition together.

In Denmark, there are 275 municipalities that are divided among 14 provinces. Like parliament, municipal and provincial governments are elected every four years. Mayors are elected by city council members.

Economy

Originally, many Danes lived from agriculture. After the Second World War, industry became more important, and these days, agriculture contributes no more than 5% to the country's GDP. Some important agricultural products are sugar, potatoes and turnips. Many agricultural products are exported to other EU countries.

In addition to agricultural products, Denmark also exports a lot of fish. The Danish fishing industry is extensive. Other export products are food products, chemical products, machines and metals. Denmark exports products to EU countries (especially Germany and Sweden) and the United States. In return, Denmark imports vehicles, fuel and machines. Important import countries are Germany, Sweden and Norway.

In recent years the Danish economy has grown. In 2003, Denmark was one of the world's ten richest countries. Denmark has not adopted the euro as its national currency. Instead it has decided to keep the Danish Kroner (DKK). Price levels in Denmark are about 10% higher than they are in The Netherlands.

Geography and Climate

With a surface of over 43,000 square kilometres, Denmark is the smallest country of Scandinavia. Denmark is situated north of Germany and consists of two parts: the Jylland (Jutland) peninsula and the island of Sjaeland (Seeland). Jutland covers the main part of Denmark and it connects the country to mainland Europe. Sjaeland is the largest island of Denmark; it is also where the nation's capital Copenhagen, is located. Greenland and Faroe are part of the Kingdom of Denmark. These areas are completely self-governed.

Denmark is a country abounding in water and it has a very extensive coastline of about 7,300 km, mainly due to the numerous islands (more than 400!). The Danish coast is made up of sandy beaches, dunes, dykes and mud flats. Denmark borders on various seas: the Skagerrak (in the north), the North Sea (in the west), the Kattegat, the Sont and the East Sea (in the east). Because Denmark only borders on Germany (the south), its entire land border is no more than 67 km.

Denmark has a moderate maritime climate. The westerly winds provide moderate, mild temperatures. The climate is influenced by the temperature of the North Sea. This means that winters can be cold, while summers are often mild and sunny. February is the coldest month of the year, with temperatures below freezing point. July is the warmest, with temperatures around 17 degrees Centigrade. In May and June, precipitation is the lowest; August, September and October are generally the wettest months. The least precipitation falls on the Jutland peninsula.

Traffic and Infrastructure

There are various ways to travel to and from Denmark. By car, the country can be reached fastest via Bremen and Hamburg (Germany). From a number of large European cities there are also trains that go to Copenhagen. For instance, there are international trains from Paris and Amsterdam. It is also possible to visit Denmark by bus.

A country such as Denmark, with all its water, needs excellent maritime facilities. There are various bridges connecting Denmark to other countries. The country's largest bridge connects Falster and Seeland. The islands of Funen and Seeland are connected via a 20 kilometer long bridge-tunnel connection. It is also possible to take a ferry from Denmark to Germany, Sweden, Norway and Copenhagen, Aarhus, Aalborg, Fredericia and Esbjerg.

Many tourists visit Denmark by plane. The two international airports are Kastrup (the airport of Copenhagen) and Billund Airport (Jutland). From Copenhagen there are flights to various national airports: Esbjerg Airport, Aalborg Airport, Aarhus Airport, Odense Airport and Ronne. The Danish airline companies are Maersk Air and SAS (Scandinavian Airlines).

The railways are largely state owned. The total length of the railway network is some 2,644 kilometers. Public transport is good, and often it is permitted to take bicycles onto the train. Denmark's road network measures 72,257 km. Only part of these are highways (some 1,660 km). At the moment, there is much attention to the infrastructure in Denmark.

Time zone

Denmark has a time zone of GMT +1. This is Central European Time (CET). Daylight saving time is between April and October. During that time, the clock is moved forward one hour.

Food and Drink

Food in Denmark is healthy and tasty. Due to the abundance of water, there are many fish restaurants. Herring is one of Denmark's specialties, and it is available in many varieties (smoked, marinated, with a sauce, etc.). A typical Danish delicacy is 'smorrebrod' (sandwiches). Wienerbrod is a well-known Danish cake made of puff pastry, almond and cinnamon. Another specialty is the Danish 'koldt bord' (cold buffet), consisting of both warm and cold snacks. In stands on the street, little red sausages are sold. These sausages are very popular among the Danish population.

With herring, many Danes drink the so-called 'Akvavit'. This is a kind of brandy that has to be served very cold. Because of the high taxes, alcoholic beverages are often relatively expensive. Beer and wine cost about as much as they do in the rest of Europe. Carlsberg is a beer that is made in Denmark. It is often advised not to drink the tap water; it is better to buy bottles of mineral water.

Accommodation

Thanks to the growth of the tourist sector, many forms of accommodation are available in Denmark. There are hotels everywhere in a variety of prices and quality. Especially in Copenhagen, there are various hotels. In Jutland there are many holiday cottages available. It is also possible to spend the night cheaper: Denmark offers enough hostels and campsites. If you want to go camping in Denmark, you need a valid camping pass, which you can buy at campsites throughout Denmark.

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Practical information

  • Currency
    Danish krone
  • Driving direction
    Right
  • City speed limit
    50 km/h
  • Freeway speed limit
    80 km/h
  • Language
    Danish
  • Popular car category
    Compact

What most people want to know

The following questions and answers are a selection of the most popular questions. If you do not find the answer to your question, have a look at the Frequently Asked Questions page or contact us.

Is EasyTerra Car Rental the cheapest?

Yes, we offer a guarantee of the lowest price - because we compare various retailers, we can always offer you the best price in town.

What do I need to do when picking up a car?

To pick up your car, you will need your voucher, passport, driver's license and a credit card. It is very important that your driver's license and credit card are in the same name as the main driver. Keep in mind that the local rental company will reserve a certain amount on your credit card as a deposit. This requires the PIN code for your credit card. If your driver's license is foreign (for example, in Chinese), you must bring a translation with you. Only your original passport and driver's license will be accepted - a copy is not sufficient.

Are there any additional costs?

Our rates are all-inclusive. Our reservation department will inform you in advance should additional costs apply. You can always cancel your booking free of charge if you do not agree (this must be done at least 48 hours prior to the start of the car hire period).

What kind of insurance is applicable to my car rental?

In general, Liability Insurance, Fire Insurance, All-Risks Insurance and Theft Insurance are included in the cost of your rental car.

What is a worry-free label?

Only rental companies with a high level of customer satisfaction are eligible to be included in our Worry-Free selection. This rate includes excess cover and unlimited kilometres. Your vehicle will be provided and must be returned with a full tank of fuel. With a vehicle from our Worry-Free selection, you can travel with peace of mind and no hidden costs.

How can I change or cancel my reservation?

You can cancel your reservation through "My Account". We recommend contacting us by phone if your changes to your booking or cancellation takes place at short notice (48 hours or less).

When will I get a confirmation of my booking?

Most reservations will receive confirmation within minutes after payment takes place. We recommend contacting our Booking Department for last minute reservations (pick-up within 48 hours).

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