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Go to Denmark. The best and worst period for a holiday. Info about climate

Go to Denmark

Those approaching Denmark for the first time would think of a particularly cold country.
Yet it is not so.

With a temperate/continental climate, the country is characterized by cool summers and not particularly cold winters. January and February, normally the coldest months, only cause rare temperatures to fall below zero. Only when the country is affected by the cold Russian-Siberian currents that suddenly precipitate temperatures.
Sore point is represented by the winds that, in winter, are particularly annoying.
The days are incredibly short, with the sun setting shortly after the 15!

If you decide to go to Denmark during the autumn, you will need to pack your suitcase, umbrella and raincoat. September, October and November are generally the wettest months.

Summer, on the other hand, is one of the most popular times to go to Denmark. The days are incredibly long, with the sun already dawning from the 03:30 and set after the 22!
The longest day of the year is the so-called Midsummer Day, celebrated here, as in all of Scandinavia.
Summer temperatures are quite pleasant and never sultry.
In the evening it could even be cold. Remember to pack sweatshirts and sweaters as well.

When to go to Denmark

Through our κ index, we provide an assessment for every single month. This way, you can evaluate the best time to go to Denmark for your vacation.

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June is the best month when to go to Denmark. It is the period in which the days are longer, and the sun shines longer. Furthermore, the rains are less frequent than the other periods.
The temperatures are really pleasant.
Between the end of summer and the beginning of autumn, the fantastic sceneries that color the Danish forests await you.
December keeps its charm intact thanks to the traditional Christmas markets that transform Danish villages into small cribs.


So much rain. Little sun. A perpetually gray sky. This, in all probability, awaits you in November, in our opinion the worst time when to go to Denmark.
February has little appeal for cold weather and too short days.

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