Travelling to Denmark
Most of inland flights is secured by Maersk Air society, connecting Copenhagen with towns of Billund, Odense, Ronne, Esbjerg and Vojens. SAS company flights from capital to Aaalborg and Aarhus, whereas all flights are effected several times a day.
All big cities have its local bus nests. In general, each corner in Denmark could be reached by means of some bus connection. You can use also several lines for longer distance (Copenhagen-Aalborg). The costs will be 30% lower, making comparison with travelling by car.
Overwhelming majority of local connections is secured by state DSB company (Dannish State Railway Lines). There are exisiting two sorts of long-distance trains, such as Inter City (IC) and Inter-regional (IR). IC is most modern and quickest one. In case, you decide to travel with them, you need to make the reservation in advance. In general, travelling by train would not be too expensive, as the distances between locations are not great. The pensioners, children or students could get a reduction.
Denmark is really a friendly country for tourists. Local roads are in very good condition, and they are very well signed as well. Owing to relatively dense nests of ferries, you can travel easily here with your car. The traffic in Denmark is effected on right side, whereas maximal allowed speed are, as follows: in towns and communities: 50 kms/h, on highways 110 kms/h. The reflectors (lights) are obliged to be illuminated all year round.
Citizens of Czech Republic can enter and stay in territories of other European Union members without special limitations. Valid passport or personal identity card are the only necessary documents .
Since 1st January 2006, new law (order) about travelling documents comes into force. (No.559/2004). In accordance with this rule, personal identity card ( with readable data) could be used as the only travel document.
According to explanation of Interior Ministry of Czech Republic, personal identity card is a travelling document for his holder only. So, the Ministry does not recommend that a citizen of Czech Republic, younger than 15 years of age, travelling together with parents, being written in their identity card at the same time, to travel without his own travelling document on base of this note in identity card only.
Car drivers need the documents as follows: Czech driving licence or international driving licence, green card regarding security police for abroad, documents regarding the vehicle. In case of leased vehicles, certificated confirmation regarding leasing, made in world foreign language.
Information and warnings on travelling abroad is to be found HERE.