I'm planning to visit Denmark, Norway, Sweden on Aug 29. However, I still don't have my schengen visa and none of the consulates of the above countries have date before Aug 20. What do you think could be the possible solution for me? Do you guys think I can book travel to the more popular counties - Spain/France/Germany ,etc, get the VISA from there and then travel to the Nordic countries?
My girlfriend and I will be visiting Denmark soon and have been so busy that we haven't really locked down one part of our trip, so your insight is greatly appreciated!!
We will arrive into CPH Friday mid-day, and have until Monday when we rent a car and leave the city. On Tuesday, at some point, we will need to arrive to Skagen, as my girlfriend's family has a summerhouse there. We will be there until Friday, when we drive back to Copenhagen for the night, leaving on Saturday. So -…
Hi Fellow Travelers,
Me and my family will be in Denmark in August. Following is what we have in mind. Would you guys
be kind enough to help us on certain points?
Day 1-2 Spend in Copenhagen. Spend time checking out the likes of National Museum, Rosenberg Castle, Botanical Garden, Royal Library, Nyhavn, Tivoli, Stroget and more..
Question: Is the Copenhagen card useful for this stuff? We are staying very close to the central Station
Day 3 - Spend couple of hours in Roskilde. Evening try and go…
Hello dear travellers and locals,
some friends and me are going to tour through south Norway with a caravan. We would like to take the ferry from Hirtshals to Kristiansand with the caravan. So now we were wondering how long in advance it would be necessary to book the ferry during the summer months (probably first week of August). It would be great if anyone could share their experience - we are only looking for a rough approximation (days/weeks/months?). Also, it would be good to know if the…
My partner and I are in the process of planning a possible trip to Denmark right after Christmas while our two kids are still on their christmas break. We live near Boston so we are very much so used to cold and snowy winters which does not bother us.
Our children are 7 and 8 years old, both girls. We would love to spend 3 days in Copenhagen and the rest visiting other parts of Denmark. Our only concern is that most things will either be closed or there just won't be enough to…
Any pointers? We found camping in Germany eye wateringly expensive compared to France. I'm a bit worried everything is going to be pricey in Denmark.
We are from London. A £5 pint is pretty much de rigueur...
as in no kids... nothing too exotic... :)
Any recommendations - most places I've seen have been family orientated, nothing wrong with that but I guess we'd be paying for stuff we won't use.
Really not sure whereabouts either!
On a coming Saturday I'm taking a train from Ribe to Odense, and wanted to stop at Vejle for a Jelling side trip. Is that doable? It looks like the last Jelling-Vejle train leaves in the early afternoon, which might cut things close. How late do busses run back to Vejle?