I'm thinking about a 10day solotrip to Denmark this summer. I'm interested in pretty much everything except sports. My budget is low. I typically stay in youth hostels and buy a lot of fod in supermarkets.
- Which cities should I visit in 10 days? Is there place for a sidetrip to another country? If yes, where to?
- What is an efficient but not very expencive way to travel the country?
- Is there a possibility to couchsurf?
- Is there a cheaper airport considering the cost and efficiency to get to 'the real world'
- Any tips, any at all (cool places, food, stays, experiences, ...) more than welcome.
I don't know where you are coming from but if you come from some place in Europe then you might find a cheap Ryanair flight taking you to Billund in the western part of the country.
But Copenhagen Airport is served by plenty of budget airlines too as well as a lot of the bigger overseas airlines.
Couchsurfing is possible there and there is quite a large couchsurfer community in town.
If you want a side trip to another country then I would recommed you to pop over to Lund in Sweden.
It's close to Denmark and is a nice old university town.
Public transport with train and bus is quite good in Denmark but can be a little expensive too.
Cycling is a great way to see Denmark too as it's very bicycle friendly so if you like cycling and can get hold of a bike then this is really cool and you will fit in with the locals by doing that.
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