Denmark has a temperate maritime climate, which is to say the weather is comfortable and pleasant. It gets quite humid in the winter, but it’s not too cold, normally not colder than -7 or occasionally -10°C. Summers are cool: even on the warmest days, the temperature rarely rises above +18°C. The best time to visit Denmark is July and August, when it’s warm and fairly dry, or in December, the Christmas market season.
There’s plenty to do in Denmark in both winter and summer. Fairytale Christmas markets will surely put you in a festive mood during the cold season. In the summer, head to the LEGOLAND and Tivoli theme parks or the spa resorts. You can even stay at a very well-preserved castle-turned-hotel and take leisurely strolls to the closest farm to try delicious local cheeses.
There are many ways to get to Denmark, but it’s fastest to fly. Aeroflot operates direct Moscow-Copenhagen flights (duration: 2h 40m). They arrive at the Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup, located 8 km from the centre of the Danish capital. The cheapest options are round-trip tickets. Please keep in mind that the best deals sell out quickly, so we recommend booking in advance.