A Few More Tips

by Andrea
(USA )

Thanks for this page. Very helpful and detailed. You may want to add something about pets as I've heard there are specific laws about bringing pets (we have a cat). Also I got a tip that you can get furniture for cheap at www.dba.dk

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Bringing Pets and DBA used furniture
by: Charlie

Hi Andrea,

There is a page on bringing pets to Denmark which details restrictions from both EU and non-EU countries. As for the cheap furniture - DBA is an internet site, similiar to ebay where people sell their used furniture. So you can search the DBA site for all sorts of stuff including furniture. There are also many "genbrug" shops, which are places that sell used merchandise that has been donated. The shops usually work in conjunction with charity organizations, similiar to Salvation Army in the US.

Charlie

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