We have moved many of our customers both to and from Denmark. We would be glad to design a Denmark removal service directly tailored to your needs.
We have been moving our customers to/from Denmark for many years and our Denmark removals experience is second to none.
Why Choose Armishaws?
Armishaws Removals provide removal services to all regions within Denmark. Our Denmark removals service includes:
• An individually designed removal package to suit your needs
• Collection from anywhere in the UK or worldwide
• Full loads only
• A full survey by one of our European Removal Specialists
We provide removal and relocation services to all areas of Denmark, including:
Aalborg, Aarhus, Copenhagen, Esbjerg, Frederiksberg, Gentofte, Gladsaxe, Horsens, Kolding, Odense, Randers or beyond.
The Kingdom of Denmark, is the smallest and southernmost of the Nordic countries. Denmark is located north of Germany, southwest of Sweden, and south of Norway. Denmark is relatively flat with the majority of land being dedicated to farmland, the rest is mainly built up areas, roads and lakes.
The Danish monarchy is the second oldest in the world, having existed for more than 1,000 years. Denmark consists of a large peninsula, Jutland, which borders northern Germany, plus a large number of islands including Zealand, Funen, Vendsyssel-Thy, Lolland and Bornholm as well as hundreds of minor islands often referred to as the Danish Archipelago. The Kingdom of Denmark also includes the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
The winters are wet, and with only little snow. The temperature falls to -5-10°C in the winter, whereas the summer temperature rises to 15-25°C.
The population numbers 5.3 million people, with the capital Copenhagen being accountable for 1.2 million inhabitants. The official language is Danish, and most people understand and speak English.
Largest City: Copenhagen
Official Languages: Danish
Population: 5.3 million
Area: 43094 Sq km
Currency: Danish Krone (DKK)
Dialling Code: +453
Making a country to country move is rarely cheap and easy and Denmark is definitely not the exception. If you’re thinking of relocating Denmark, here are a five things to think about before moving to Denmark. They may save you some money, but more importantly they will save you a lot of grief and aggravation.
First: Denmark has gotten very strict on their immigration laws and it is vital that you get all your paper work in order before you arrive in Denmark. That includes applying for your work and residence permits. You can stay in Denmark for 3 months, but if you don’t have your permits you will have to leave. It is easier to get these documents before you arrive.
Second: Denmark uses 220v/ 50Hz and the plug is a 2 round plug. The TV format is PAL. Do not bring your electrical appliances with you unless you just love them so much you can’t live without them. If you do make sure to buy your converters back home – they are outrageously expensive here. Many of your gaming consoles will not work with the Danish system, so check with the manufacturer to see if they are compatible before taking them. Also your computers, iPods, cameras – anything that needs to charged up. Think converters!
Third: The Danes use the metric system, so bring along your own measuring cups, spoons, scales, etc and your cooking books. You will miss them if you do any cooking or baking. Conversions can take all the fun out of cooking.
That includes tape measures and rulers. I love to build but I MEASURE in inches, feet and yards! Not centimeters … gee how long is 10 cm?
Fourth: If you enjoy reading, I suggest you stock up on books to bring with you. Books in Denmark run about £10 for a new paperback and much more for a hardback. An alternative is to shop online at places like Amazon, eBay, eBid for bargains.
Fifth: Leave your car at home and invest in a good bicycle. You can get bicycles here – boy can you find them here! But prices are much higher. Especially if you are also looking for a recreational bike – racing, mountain bikes, etc.. Bringing a car is way too costly and completely unnecessary for most people.
There are many more things to consider when moving to Denmark or any other country. I should know I have made several international moves and have the war wounds to prove it. If you plan to move to Denmark, you may wish to check out “http://www.fyidenmark.com/moving_to_denmark.html for more helpful advise.
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