The Danish currency is the Danish Krone (1 Danish Krone = 100 øre).

Credit cards

Major Credit Cards (Visa, American Express, Eurocard/Mastercard, Diners Club) are accepted in most hotels, restaurants and shops.


The climate in Copenhagen follows the four seasons of the northern hemisphere, but temperatures can vary considerably during the year. July and August are normally the warmest months of the year with an average temperature of 20 degrees Celcius and 68 degrees Fahrenheit. February is generally the coldest with an average of two degrees Celcius and 35 degrees Fahrenheit. Unfortunately, snow is not something we can guarantee each winter. When it occurs it’s typically from December until spring, but snow rarely lasts long.

The average temperatures in Celsius in Copenhagen in June are 19,2 / 11,3 (average temperatures in Fahrenheit: 66,6 / 52,3).


Insurance and liability

It is recommended that participants obtain adequate cover for travel, health and accident insurance before they depart from their countries. EULAR as organisers cannot accept responsibility for personal injuries, or loss of, or damage to, private property belonging to congress participants.


The electricity power supply in Copenhagen is 220 Volt with a European standard plug.


The official language in Copenhagen is Danish, however English is spoken in touristic areas.


Design, fashion and solid craftmanship runs in the Danish DNA. And especially this stylish part of Copenhagen hits above its weight class when it comes to the long list of cool fashion stores, independent boutiques, interior design shops and places just worth checking out for a dose of Scandinavian inspiration. There’s really something for every budget and style in the city centre and finding a nice lunch in between your shopping spree is easy-peasy.


In Copenhagen, tipping is not a tradition. If you receive extraordinary good service, you are welcome to reward it with a tip, but it is not expected. Service is normally included in the bill at restaurants, hotels and taxis. Thus it is optional whether to round up the bill or not.


Denmark follows Central European Time (CET) which is UTC +1 hour in winter and UTC + 2 in summer.


You do NOT need a visa for Denmark for business, personal visits or
tourism if you are :

  • citizen of any State of the European Union
  • citizen of Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, UK and Ireland
  • from a country listed on the Foreign Ministry list
  • not staying more than 90 days

In this case, a passport or ID Card valid for the duration of your stay is sufficient.

Can you travel to Denmark? See the latest updates on the official requirements for entry to Denmark.

If you should need a visa, please apply early enough to allow sufficient handling time by the authorities. You may ask the EULAR Organising Office for an official letter of invitation (proof of registration required).

Info on covid-19 measures and borders

You can find all the necessary info about borders and covid-19 measures in Copenhagen here.