Denmark has three major and several minor airports.
By landing in either Copenhagen, Aarhus, or Billund visitors will have access to effective public transport and be near points of interest.
Denmark can be reached by car by going north through Germany or west through Sweden - across the Øresund Bridge.
It's possible to take your car across the seas by ferry. There are ferry connections from Sweden, Norway, and Germany.
Capital: Copenhagen (population: 1.280.371)
Currency: Danish Kroner (DKK). Exchange rate is around 7,5 DKK for 1 Euro.
Nature: The Danish landscape is predominately flat. There's a variety of forests, hills, and marshes. The Danish coast line is the 16th longest in the world, stretching a total of 7,314 kilometres. Denmark has a total of 7 World Heritage sites, with 2 being natural: The Wadden Sea National Park and Stevns Klint.
Language: Danish - many Danes also understand and speak English, and to a lesser degree German.