Copenhagen 3 clinics
Aarhus 0 clinics
Odense 0 clinics
Aalborg 0 clinics
Frequently ranked as one of the top three happiest countries in the world, Denmark is a prosperous country with a high level of gender equality, low crime rates, and strong social benefits. With rolling hills, beech forests, thatched-roof farmhouses, whitewashed churches, and medieval Viking charm, Denmark is also noted for its high-quality healthcare. The country is currently the fastest-growing medical tourism destination in Scandinavia that boasts advanced medical technology, as well as skilled and attentive medical professionals.
The capital of Denmark, Copenhagen, has a relaxed atmosphere more typical of a small town than a capital city. It is home to cutting-edge design, awe-inspiring architecture, and some of the best restaurants in the world. Tivoli Gardens, the National Museum of Denmark, Christiansborg Palace, the National Gallery of Denmark, and Nyhavn Harbor are some of the attractions in the city that tourists should not miss. The second-largest city in Denmark in Aarhus. It is popular for its art and culture, and it houses numerous interesting museums and galleries. It is also home to unique amusement parks, such as the Tivoli Friheden and Legoland.
Copenhagen Airport is the main international airport where most international visitors fly into. It serves both domestic flights to many regions around the country and international flights to numerous cities across the globe. Since public transport in Demark is fast and convenient, it is easy to get around the country. There is a large network of railway lines connecting virtually every hamlet with Copenhagen, while buses take passengers not served by the train. Inside larger cities, the public transportation system is modern and features extensive bus routes, metro lines, and the train network. Taxis are plentiful as well, but they tend to be expensive.
EU citizens can travel to Denmark without a visa and citizens of other countries who already obtained the Schengen Visa do not need to apply for a Denmark visa. However, those who enter Denmark from a country outside the Schengen area, as well as some nationalities not listed in the visa-free agreement, need to obtain a visa before visiting. Find the requirements to apply for a visa at the Danish Immigration Service’s website.
There are four seasons in Denmark: summer, autumn, winter, and spring. Summer, from May to September, has long and sunny days. Starting from late September, autumn comes and brings cooler temperatures. Winter starts in December, characterized by cold and short days, with minimal daylight. Spring is neither cold nor hot. It has perfect weather, making it the most popular season to visit the country.