Best time to go to Denmark
Denmark’s chilly climate means that cold winters and mild summers are the norm. If you’re visiting between November and March, things might not warm up above five degrees – and it’s often breezy, which can make it feel colder still. In the summer months, though, temperatures are a much comfier 15 to 20 degrees most days. And as for rainfall, it doesn’t change much year-round. You’ll probably see some of the wet stuff no matter when you go.