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 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.
The selection of Copenhagen hotels is large and varied, but when looking for places to stay in Denmark, you need to check these choices out first!
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.
There are lots of Danish Language schools including several online ones and even some great home study courses. Your schedule, location and need will determine what you go with.
The Danish language is a difficult language to master, but other expats have and so can you. Learn Dansk!
Searching Denmark Job Sites is one of the best ways to find jobs in Denmark. There are lots of them and here you can find the most popular ones.
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.
Denmark General information for expats and tourists. Here you can find out a little bit about Danmark before you arrive.
The Danish currency is the krone and not the Euro as many people think. Denmark opted out of the Euro and so you will need to exchange your money for Danish Money - The Krone!
Banking in Denmark is quite easy and opening an account is just a matter of having a CPR number and than you can get a Dankort and Nem Konto.
A little bit about FYI Denmark. We built this site as an ongoing project to not only help other expats moving to Denmark, but also to let us give back to some of the people who helped us.
FYI Denmark Expat in Denmark is a website designed by Charlie an expat living here again for the 5th time and devoted to helping other expatriates with the integration and learning more about Denmark.
Using a Danish telephone has a few quirks which you might struggle with unless you learn a few simple basic things. Remember you pay per minute, so the more you talk the more it costs.
If you are changing address in Denmark, you need to follow some simple steps in order to avoid problems and a fine.
If you are planning on bringing pets to Denmark, you will need to get a PET passport and check up on the regulations for transporting your pet to Denmark.
There are several hundred different banks in Denmark, but as an expat you will probably wish to bank with one of the top banks like Dankse Bank, Nordea, Jysk Bank or Syd Bank,
There are various types of accommodations in Denmark including hotels, hostels, home stays and camping options.
Aalborg is located in North Jutland or Nord Jylland and has the 3rd largest population in Denmark. You will find a great variety to keep you entranced.
It is easy to get a ticket fine on the public transportation system in Denmark, but not always easy to pay for it.
You can use on of the many bicycle rental in Copenhagen to rent a bike and explore the city in a fun and relaxed way.
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.
The National Danish religion is Evangelical Lutheran and most Danes are part of the state supported church system.
The Copenhagen Card give visitors to Copenhagen free entrance to attractions and transportation
Here you can find a list of all the embassies, consulates and legations in Denmark
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.
Car ownership Denmark is very involved and you should be prepared to invest time and money if planning on owning a car.
There are many cities in Denmark, but the most populated are Copenhagen, Arhus, Aalborg and Odense. This does not mean that there are not other towns in Denmark worth visiting.
A brief overview of Copenhagen, Denmark including a video tour.
Having a Copenhagen Christmas is a sure way to bring in the holiday spirit. The city is full of traditional christmas lights, Tivoli is open and there is a chill in the air.
There are many Copenhagen sights and attractions to keep anyone visiting this modern capitol happy and entertained. Below you will find a list of my favorites.
If you plan to live in Denmark, you must have a CPR number, Civil Registars Number. Without one you will be unable to open a bank account, find a place to live or get a job.
If you are moving to Denmark you will experience Culture Shock Denmark at some time during your settling in period. Below is a story from an expat on that experience.
Denmark has a very good bus transportation system and with just a bit of knowledge you can quickly and easily master the system and avoid having to use your car or getting lost. Read this helpful info
Budget Eating is not impossible if you take a path less travelled by most tourists. You have probably heard that Denmark is expensive. True, but there are many ways to save money.
Here are a few budget Denmark tips for surviving in Denmark. These tips including where to find cheap dining, discounts on travel, shopping, etc...
Bicycling in Denmark is probably one of the best ways to see Denmark , but also for many people living in Denmark is the preferred method of getting to work, shopping and getting about.
Arhus or Aarhus (originally named Aros) is located in central Jutland and, as the second largest city in Denmark, it has a lot to boast about.
Want to exchange your driving license Denmark? It is a little bit more involved than you think!
Driving in denmark or importing a car is not cheap and rarely worth the hassle. If you wish to have a car in Denmark, weigh your costs to your actual needs. If you live and work in the city - NO!
Before arriving, it is important to have your documents for Denmark; such as passport, visa, work and study permits in order.
Dental care in Denmark is partially covered by the danish health system, but you will need to pay 60% of the total bill.
The Denmark rentals market can be broken down into various area such as apartments, houses, summer homes and co-ops. Since individual needs vary so much, here is a good list to get you started.
The major Denmark radio stations are controlled by Danmarks Radio or DR.
You will find that the Denmark postal codes or danish zip codes are placed before the name of the city and are 4 digits long.
Here is a list of 20 Denmark Rental Websites that you can help you find that perfect place to rent when you move to Denmark.
You can now in Denmark text message stamps via your phone instead of going to the store or post office to buy a stamp.
If you are using the public transportation system in Denmark, try a Denmark rail pass or monthly pass to lower costs.
There are lots of Denmark newspapers available both online and offline, in English and Danish, so that you can get local Danish information easily.
Looking for Denmark information? Here are some pages you might like to check out on www.fyidenmark.com