Visiting Denmark

Useful links

From time to time, the Danish Association of the Physically Disabled (DHF) gets enquiries from tourists, who are unsure of what to do when travelling with a disability.

As such, we do not engage in issues relating to tourism. However, we acknowledge that travelling with a disability in Denmark may be challenging, and that useful information may be hard to find.

For this reason, we have gathered a list of links, which we hope may help answer your questions.

 

Useful links:
Copenhagen Airport disability service https://www.cph.dk/en/practical/travelers-with-diabilites

Visit Denmark offers general information on where to stay and what to see in Denmark, and has a few links for places that are accessible for persons with disabilities. https://www.visitdenmark.com/denmark/plan-your-trip

Visit Copenhagen gives an overview of how to get around in Copenhagen, and suggestions for where to stay and what to see, when travelling with a disability. https://www.visitcopenhagen.com/copenhagen/travelling-disability-copenhagen

God Adgang lists service providers, who have had their facilities registered and labelled for accessibility http://www.godadgang.dk/gb/main.asp

Nice to know about parking rules in Denmark https://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/travel/transport-disability/parking-card-disabilities-people/denmark/index_en.htm

 

If you cannot find what you look for on these websites, we recommend that you contact the local tourist office at the location you plan to visit.

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