Denmark Travel GuideWhen to visit Denmark
Denmark is further south than other Scandinavian countries, and is the only one connected to the European mainland. Denmark's climate is relatively mild throughout the year, and it experiences shorter winter days and long summer nights. The most popular time to visit is May through September when there's more daylight, warmer weather, and many events and activities. December around the Christmas holidays is popular with festivities, particularly in Copenhagen. The coldest months of January and February are less popular, but cheaper airfares are available.
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