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The weather is somewhat unpredictable and can quickly change from bright sunshine to rain. You can check the weather forecast here

It is perfectly safe to drink water straight from the tap.

Remember to bring practical footwear that is comfortable to wear and water resistant. That way you should be able to go all day without changing shoes. We also recommend a waterproof jacket or coat. A warm sweater or cardigan is a must if you want to keep warm outdoors during the long, light summer nights. And don’t forget your sunglasses!


Opening hours for banks differ, but you normally find the banks are open from 10.00 to 16.00 on weekdays and they are closed on Saturdays and Sundays. There are numerous ATMs throughout the city and the currency exchange office at Aarhus Central Station is open from 9.00 to 18.00 on weekdays and 10.00 to 15.00 on Saturdays.


The Danish currency is the Danish krone (DKK). One krone (plural kroner) is divided into 100 ører (singular øre). The smallest coin is 50 ører.


The standard voltage in Denmark is 230 V. The standard frequency is 50 Hz. You can use type C, F or K power plugs. Whether or not you need an adapter depends on the voltage, frequency and power plugs in the country you live in. You can find more information here

Time zone

Denmark belongs to the Central European Time (CET) zone, which is Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) plus 1 hour. We change to daylight saving during the summer, which means GMT + 2 hours in July.