03 December 2015 by Anna Staford
A trip to Denmark is always a good idea since this country has much to offer to its visitors. The trip will be even more pleasant if you manage to find a good budget accommodation in Denmark that will save you money thus allowing travelling more. There are many options to find a good deal in Denmark for any kind of travellers, and here they are.
Camping is a great way to see Denmark while staying on a budget. There are more than 500 comfortable campsites around the country, so you will have the freedom and mobility to see much more than the ones staying at the hotels. Get the chance to be close to Danish nature, wake to the sounds of the outdoors and choose the campsite right next to the beach, on the lakeshore, in the forest or in the big city outskirts. By the way, there are campsites for different budgets, so you’ll have a wide choice indeed.
Although staying at the hotel in Denmark is anything but cheap, there is still a niche of budget hotels available. Hotel Fox is a boutique art hotel that was designed by twenty one designers and artists to give its 61 rooms the impressive looks they have. It is an affordable option right in the centre of Copenhagen. Another good option but with slightly industrial surroundings is Wake Up Copenhagen hotel located south of the main train station. Compact rooms offer modern Scandinavian style and all the facilities needed.
If you travel with friends or family and enjoy communication with other travellers, consider staying in one of Danish hostels. Generator Copenhagen, for example, is a budget hostel located in the city centre in a few hundred metres from the Rosenborg Castle. Prices per person per night start with €23 which is more than affordable as for the European capital. Another budget option is Copenhagen Downtown Hostel with the prices starting from €20.
We have all experienced staying at hotels and hostels, but have your tried home swapping? This a relatively new and pretty popular holiday option that allows you swapping houses with a Danish family. Feel like a local whilst living in a Danish house. Besides being exciting, such opportunity helps you in getting to know another family, exchange impressions and even make friends. House swap organisations operate in more than 50 countries worldwide, so check whether you live in one of them and go!
This is another form of free accommodation and interesting communication. Members of this network stay at other members’ homes for free while the latter often offer city tours and good recommendations as to where to eat and what to see. You do not have to open your home for others if you don’t want to.
As you see from mentioned above, there are different interesting options available for you when you go to see Denmark. Do a little research before you go, obtain a good travel insurance and go get new impressions.
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