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Car hire Denmark
Car hire Denmark

Denmark controlled a large part of Scandinavia for centuries and is, today, one of Europe’s more affordable destinations. Some of its major features include pre-historic sites, Renaissance castles, Legoland, cutting edge design and the laid-back ambience of Copenhagen. Cheap car hire in Denmark offers a comfortable way of getting around the country.

Copenhagen is the largest Scandinavian city and Denmark’s capital. The city has a rich and moving history and its strategic position at the Baltic Sea’s entrance on the Oresund has over the centuries given it great significance, yet it has successfully retained a small town feel, with a limited amount of high rises. Copenhagen is pedestrian-friendly and has a unique atmosphere.

Being the crossroad between Europe and Scandinavia, driving around Denmark’s enchanting countryside with hidden majestic castles and the scattered islands by car rental is an unforgettable travel experience. Located northeast of Bornholm tourists can find Christiansø, which is a beautiful island fortress, dating back to the 17th century. An impressive structure known as the Store Tarn, is housed within this serene reserve.

The former Royal residence, Rosenborg Slot, is a Dutch Renaissance-styled structure located on Kongens Have’s edge and today it is brimming with priceless jewels. Away from the cities, visitors can explore some of the country’s picturesque countryside.

Cheap car hire in Denmark offers the best way of getting around the country. Denmark offers plenty of beach areas to check out and although not really as inviting as the French Cote d'Azur, the beaches are pretty and tranquil. Alternatively, Legoland offers fun-filled entertainment for the entire family and ranks among Scandinavia’s most popular attractions.