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Denmark is quite an expensive travel destination, and you can expect to spend quite a bit more here than you would elsewhere in Europe. Here's how much things will cost in Copenhagen:
Read more money-saving tips in our Copenhagen travel money guide.
Koruna notes: 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 DKK
Koruna coins: 50 øre (copper), 1, 2 and 5 kr (silver with a hole in the middle), and 10 and 20 kr (brass)
£1 equates to roughly 8 DKK. This is the spot rate (the rate at which currencies are bought and sold), so you'll get slightly less than this when you exchange your currency.
You can find the latest rates here.
No problem. We'll buy back any Danish Krones you have leftover at excellent rates, leaving you with more cash in your pocket (and a tidier desk drawer).
We will buy back up to GBP300 worth of currency per order, as per our terms and conditions.
To request a buyback, email [email protected] with your order number.