Best holiday rental deals in Denmark
Search and find a holiday home fitting your criteria among the 90,738 fantastic accommodation options from more than 25 partner websites in Denmark. By comparing these holiday rentals, HomeToGo brings you the most economical offers and the most popular lettings in Denmark.
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Price and Availability Index in Denmark
Holiday Rental Price Information in Denmark
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Denmark. The most expensive prices are in July (11/07 - 18/07). Prices reach an average of $226 per night. The cheapest week is in March (14/03 - 21/03). Prices fall to an average of $98 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Denmark
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Denmark (in %). It is in December that you will find the week with the least available accommodations (28/12 - 04/01). June (27/06 - 04/07) has got the highest percentage of available rentals.
Book holiday accommodation in Denmark and discover fascinating Copenhagen
Denmark is a Northern European country where visitors find an abundance of attractive holiday accommodation for a unique getaway. The country primarily consists of Jutland, Funen and Zealand and lots of other smaller islands. Thus, Denmark is a small country with vast coastlines that include plenty of scenic beaches for summer holidays, as well as several intriguing cities.
Food and drink in Denmark
Pork is one of Denmark's staple foods, and is a big part of native cuisines. Flæskesteg is Denmark's variant of roast pork, which is widely served with crackling, potatoes and cabbage. Mørbradbøf – fried pork tenderloin serviced with mushrooms and onions – is also big on Denmark's menus.
For a snack, visitors should try a smørrebrød, which is an open sandwich of rye bread that can include meat, fish, herbs or vegetables. The Danish Mary, a cocktail mixed with aquavit, tomato juice and lemon, is another Danish speciality.
Cultural attractions in Denmark
Denmark's biggest cities include its primary cultural venues. The National Gallery of Denmark in Copenhagen is the country's largest museum of art, and houses an expansive collection of works from the Danish Golden Age.
The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is another notable gallery that showcases contemporary work from 1945. The Royal Danish Theatre is one of Denmark's foremost theatres that stages ballet, opera, drama and music concerts.
Exploring around Denmark
Travellers can make relatively quick excursions from Copenhagen to Malmö, Sweden via the Øresund Bridge. There visitors can visit the Folkets Amusement Park that includes a big wheel, roller coaster and a wading pool that turns into an ice rink in winter.
Further sites include the Museum of Art, the Tropicarium aquarium and Malmöhus Castle. The Turning Torso is Malmö's architectural landmark that provides great city views. Alternatively, travellers can make an excursion to nearby Helsingborg to see the Sofiero Palace.
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