"Denmark consists of the peninsula of Jutland and 443 named islands. It has an area of 43,094 square km. The road network totals 73,197 km of paved road, including 1,111 km of motorway. Danish capital city Copenhagen is one of the world's most bicycle-friendly cities."
Accessible Cities[edit | edit source]
There are seven accessible cities in Denmark.
|Esbjerg||Ferry to Hull|
|Frederikshavn||Ferry to Göteborg and Oslo|
|Gedser||Ferry to Rostock|
|Hirtshals||Ferry to Bergen, Kristiansand and Stavanger|
Landmarks[edit | edit source]
Roads[edit | edit source]
Just like the other two Scandinavian countries, roads in Denmark are signed with European Route numbers. The main routes include:
Esbjerg – København – Schweden
Hirtshals – E45
Frederikshavn – A7 (Germany)
København – E55
E47 – Gedser
In addition, there is a minor road between Esbjerg and Frederikshavn.
See also[edit | edit source]
|Cities||Aalborg - Esbjerg - Frederikshavn - Gedser - Hirtshals - København - Odense|
|Highways||E20 - E39 - E45 - E47 - E55|