FYI Denmark is a site designed to help expats and new visitors to Denmark learn about their new home. If you do not see what you are looking for in the menu, just use the site search option. There is over 150 pages of useful information on Denmark.
The number of Aarhus attractions may not be as big as Copenhagen, but there is still alot to see and do in this Danish city.
This is a simple mobile phone guide to help you understand the mobile market in denmark.
If you are looking for English books to read while living in Denmark, then check out some of our collection and other sources.
As an expat, I am always on the lookout budget denmark tips and ideas. Since the country is so expensive to live in, it is nice to find a bargain or a freebie every once in awhile. You found them!
The National Bird of Denmark is the Mute Swan and has been a protected species since 1926.
It is important to get to your local National Registers Office in Denmark in order to get your CPR number, so that you have access to work, medical and other services.
The metro in Denmark is not only convenient, but quick and completely automated. Gotta try it!
One obstacle for expats to Denmark is metric conversions. Grams, kilometers, centimeters ...ARRGH! Wait it is simple with these tools and guide.
This map of Denmark will show you exactly where Denmark is located in Europe, plus it includes the major road system that crosses Denmark for easy access to all the major cities.
When planning your move to Denmark consider these helpful tips.
The Post Office Denmark is called Post Danmark. We use 4 digit postal codes and pay very high postal rates. There is nothing cheap about using the Danish postal system.
Prescriptions in Denmark are not part of the free health care system in Denmark. You are given an allowance and only pay a portion of your costs. How much you will pay is based on a sliding scale.
Many years ago, when I was relocating to Denmark and did not know alot about it. I wish someone has given me some of these expat relocation tips at that time.
Finding rentals in Denmark can be difficult, but if you prepare yourself you can find apartments and houses for rent in Denmark.
Denmark celebrates all the royal birthdays of the royal family by flying the Danish Flag proudly. The queens birthday is always a well attended event.
When shopping in Denmark, it is vital to know your consumer rights and the various shopping laws. Learn the most important ones here.
When living in Denmark it will be helpful to know which shops in Denmark sell what. Shoping in Denmark will be easier if you know where to look.
Welcome to FYI Denmark site search. Wondering where you read about Hviid Vinstue or maybe the tip on train travel? This page solves that problem for you.
Store Bededag or prayer day is part of the Danish easter holiday season. Learn more.
Taxes in Denmark are handled by the skattecentre, in which there are 30 locations throughout the country.
Skattecentres are the tax offices in Denmark, where you can find assistance in figuring out your tax obligations.
Watching TV in Denmark requires you to have a Danish television license, which only includes 3 channels. Such a media license is also necessary for other media such as radio and computers..
There are many things to bring from home when considering relocating to Denmark. Denmark is a modern and very diverse country, but not all things from home can be found here, so consider stocking up!
There are many things to do in Frederikshavn, including historic attractions, varied activities, swimming and nature walks. You can also go further afield to explore the "Top of Denmark".
These are the current ticket prices for klippekort and single tickets in Denmark
Learn how to get the best tickets for bus, train or metro travel in Denmark.
Traffic fines in Denmark are suppose to help improve driving habits including bicycling and pedestrian behavior.
Understanding the train time table for danish trains is necessary if you wish to master the denmark public transportatio n system.
Coping with train travel in Denmark can be simple once you master the system including understanding the map and zones.
Train Routes Denmark will show you how to figure out where the s tog in Copenhagen travel to and figure out how to read their maps.
Transportation in Denmark is quite easy and the options are numerous including bus, train, metro, cycling and driving. There are many ways of getting around Denmark - take a look at your options.
Transportation to Denmark is becoming increasingly easier with lots of airlines flyng to several of the major airports. There is also train and ferry connctions.
If you want to check the up to date weather in Denmark, click here.
Working in Denmark requires the correct documentation. Getting a job is not hard, if you follow the correct procedures and get your documentation in order.
Use the zone calculator to find out what tickets you need to travel within Copenhagen and outlying Denmark.
This is transportation zone map of Copenhagen, Denmark, which is essential when trying to buy tickets or travel on public transportation.
Understanding the train zones in Denmark is necessary to master the public transportation system. This applies to all aspects of the public transportation infrastructure- buses, trains, metro.
Unlike its name implies Kristi Himmelfartsdag is a serious religous holiday also known as Ascension day. Unfortunately the name is a bit humorous in English.
To understand how to read a klippekort and how many klips you need, you just have to decipher a couple of numbers. Easy once you know what to look for..
Denmark has a great international train travel system, where you can reach most points in Denmark or Europe by train. Learn a bit more about how to take full advantage of train travel.
There are many international schools in Denmark where teaching is carried out in either English, French or German, while still teaching Danish as a mandatory subject.
When importing car to Denmark , you should know that the cost are quite prohibited and rarely can it pay to do so. Learn more here.
Denmark does not have a lot of holidays compared to countries like the US, but below you will find a list of all the dates for 2014 in Denmark.
Health care Denmark is free for all those who have a CPR number and a resident permit. The service is funded through taxes and includes most medical services.
One of the ways to quickly get a work permit in Denmark is to qualify for the Green Card Scheme. Get 100 points and you automatically qualify. Learn more below.
Golf in Denmark is a popular sport and Denmark has a great selection of golf courses to choose from. While golfing in Denmark may not be well known, there is a fantastic choice of packages.
Getting started in Denmark correctly will help your transition into a Danish lifestyle much easier. Here are 10 steps which every expat should do in order to start out on the right foot.
There are 8 major chains of gas stations in Denmark including Shell, Statoil, JET, OK and Q8. Here is a list of the major players and links to their sites.