high season: May to September, December
low season: January to February
shoulder season: March to April, October to November
Weather InformationDenmark's climate is mild with no hot or cold extremes. Temperatures average 70 degrees June through August, and 34 degrees during the coldest month of February. Copenhagen's weather is more similar to that of London or Amsterdam than many other major Scandinavian cities.
Crowd InformationDenmark never seems too crowded, even during the high season. However, Copenhagen sees considerable crowds during the Copenhagen Furniture Fair in May, the Rotary International convention in June, and the Copenhagen Jazz Festival in July.
Closure InformationMost hotels and other venues remain open year-round. However, shops, banks, restaurants, and museums close on Constitution Day (June), as well as between Christmas and New Year's when the Danes celebrate very privately with family and friends.
When to SaveAirfares are the most expensive during the summer and Christmastime. They are cheapest the rest of the year, especially during the low season, from January through February.
When to BookBook as early as possible for travel May through August. Travel services are also offered at the last-minute, except in December.
Information provided by Visit Denmark