Driving in Denmark varies from the UK so in order for you to travel safely Sixt recommends that you look at our guide for driving tips and advice.
Here are some rules and driving tips that you should know before you start your road trip in Denmark:
Please make sure that you are aware of all the road regulations before you start your trip in Denmark.
The Standard legal limits, which may be varied by signs, for private vehicles without trailers when driving in Denmark are as follows:
Here's a breakdown of some things to take along when driving in Denmark:
Sixt car rental has a number of branches in Denmark including most major cities and airports. If you are travelling to Denmark and using our car rental service your first port of call might be the capital city of Copenhagen. When in Copenhagen you might want to go to Tivoli Gardens a fascinating amusement park with lots of attractions and well worth checking out. Make sure you visit Christiania a hippie community set up in 1971 on an abandoned military area containing lots of amazing paintings and sculptures. Using your Sixt car rental you can drive to Rundentaarn, a very pleasant and unique tower where you can get a great view of the city and also visit the botanical gardens for a great collections of plants and flowers.
You could also take a road trip to Skagen and visit the Den Tilsandede Kirk(The church buried in the sand), which only has a third of the tower now visible due to it being built on the biggest migrating sand dune in Europe. Drive through the island of Fyn which is very relaxing as the scenery is very rural with rolling hills and corn fields and scattered about along these fields are lots of Viking burial mounds.
Don’t forget that you can fly and drive when you pick your Sixt car rental up from any airport located in Denmark. With so much to see in Denmark you’ll reap the benefits by using a car rental from Sixt.
After reading the Sixt tips for driving in Denmark check out some of the other countries we have covered including Sweden,Switzerland and Spain.
* Please note: All information was correct at the time of publication.