Car rental in Denmark with Sixt car rental is facilitated by over 20 branches throughout Denmark. Our branches are at major airports, railway stations, hotels and city centers, so picking up your car in Denmark is always convenient and easy. You can make a reservation online or by phone with our friendly and informed staff. Plan what all the sights and cities you want to visit with a rented car in Denmark. Our fleet will fulfill any wish. We have a choice of quality vehicles from the best brands (Audi, Jaguar). We offer advantageous offers for navigation, child seats and the possibility of additional insurance for another driver. Please note that we can only guarantee the reserved vehicle category, not the specific model.
Tips for drivers in Denmark
Denmark accepts EU driving licenses and international driving licenses belonging to European non-residents. However, if the driving license is in a language such as Arabic, Cyrillic or Chinese, the license must be accompanied by an International Driving License (IDP).
- The minimum age for driving a Sixt car in Denmark is between 20 and 25, depending on the vehicle category.
- Surcharges apply to drivers under the age of 26 and vary depending on the model of the booked car.
- The speed limits in Denmark are: in the residential area 50 km / h, the state road 80 km / h and on the motorway 100-130 km / h.
What to see with a rented car in Denmark
The Little Mermaid is one of Copenhagen's most famous landmarks. This bronze statue of Edvard Eriksen is located near the city promenade and is based on a fairy tale by the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen. He now has a seated brother Han, located in the port city of Helsingor, where you can drive with your rented vehicle from Sixt. This statue closes its eyes for a split second every hour. The Copenhagen Opera, designed by Henning Larsen, is one of the most modern in the world. Roskilde is now the first Gothic cathedral to be built on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Its slender towers dominate the skyline of Roskilde on the island of Zealand. Denmark is a plain and at only 147 meters Himmelbjerget was once considered its highest natural point, which you can easily reach with your rented car in peace, comfort and safety.