Take a look at selected links to get your life started & where to find basic information on how Danish society works.
Note: Our Relocation Consultants provide in depth information when out on a home finding tour.
SEE & DO
A comprehensive website with up to date information on the ‘happy hipster’ things to do in town.
or ‘Alt om København’
[‘All about Copenhagen’]
Another guide on where to go, what to see and where to eat.
suggestions & information about fun things to do, see & experience
The Danish version of Google Maps where local businesses advertise their services.
Danish public transport is efficient and easy. The transportation company, DSB, provides a free Travel Planner also available as an app [search for ‘rejseplanen’].
Denmark enjoys the four seasons and the weather conditions can change rapidly, so be prepared and follow the local weather on DMI also available as an app called “Byvejret”
Need a bike? Ride in style with a good quality bike from Velorbis also providing great service in English!
BUY / SELL
Den Blå Avis (‘The Blue Paper’) is a site where for buying and selling used goods.
The Danish post office now called Post Nord where you can find your nearest post office, stamp prices, etc. in English
OTHER GREAT LINKS
Information on moving to Denmark
Guide to practical life in Denmark
An absolute ‘Must’ – The Danish news in English – both on-line and in print [free] – includes information on Danish life, events, etc.
A link regarding Christian news and events.
Sign up for the ‘Expat in Denmark’ newsletter for tips and insights on life as an expat in Denmark.
A super website where you can find like minded people and do things together.
The original amusement park in Jutland. Legoland has since created parks on other continents.
Copenhagen’s most magical, world famous amusement park located in the heart of the city.
The Ladies’ International Network København (LINK) brings together women from all over the world who live in the Copenhagen area.
Toastmasters International is a nonprofit educational organization that operates clubs worldwide for the purpose of helping members improve their communication, public speaking and leadership skills.
The International Women’s Club of Copenhagen provides the opportunity for expatriates and women native to Denmark to establish friendships. Monthly meetings and social events put you in touch with women living in the Copenhagen area.
Danish language lessons
Most municipalities in Denmark offer foreigners free Danish language lessons but you can also take private lessons. Danes really appreciate when foreigners make an effort to speak their language. Ask us to to connect you with a good teacher.
Need someone to take care of your pets and/or house, water your plants while you are away? A highly recommended and dependable company.
The Global Movement Report provides relevant information on the reasons why people move and with a focus on the effects of the pandemic. Some examples include, future global mobility trends, how COVID-19 has affected relocation, most popular countries for relocation and in depth overviews of several regions around the world.