DENMARK : DRIVING AND PARKING REGULATIONSMake sure you understand the parking regulations in Denmark you plan to park. In many places, parking is only allowed for a limited time or requires a parking disc.
Speed limitsIn Denmark, speed limits are generally well-marked and strictly enforced. The following max. speed limits apply for cars and motorbikes:
Urban areas : 50 km/h
Non-urban areas : 80-90 km/h
Motorways : 110-130 km/h
A speed limit of 40 km/h applies within the centre of Copenhagen.
Radar & speed Camera's in Denmark
Parking regulationsStopping is only allowed in the right side of the street.
Parking is prohibited on :
main roads and motorways
cycle paths and pedestrian crossings
less than 5 mtr from a zebra crossing or end of a cycle path
less than 10 mtr from an intersection
at bus stops with a yellow kerb
within 12 mtr of a bus stop
Parking blue zonesA blue parking disc must be used in areas with no parking fee. Signs on the parking lot inform you the duration of stay.
Parking disabled car driversDisabled car drivers may park max 15 minutes for free on roads where parking is prohibited, max 1 hr for free where parking is limited to 15-30 min., and unlimited where free parking is limited to 1-3 hours.
In all cases mentioned above you must display a parking disk.
Cities in Denmark
Car parking in Copenhagen
Copenhagen is the capital and largest city of Denmark, located on the eastern coast of the island of Zealand. It has a population of approximately 800,000 people and is known for its beautiful architecture, rich history, and high quality of life. Copenhagen, in particular, is known for its vibrant cultural scene, including world-class restaurants, theaters, and art galleries.Read more about car parking in Copenhagen
Car parking in Aarhus
Aarhus (also spelled Århus) is the second-largest city in Denmark, located on the eastern coast of the Jutland peninsula. It has a population of approximately 350,000 people and is known for being a vibrant university city, with Aarhus University being one of the largest and most prestigious universities in Denmark.Read more about car parking in Aarhus
Car parking in Odense
Odense is the third-largest city in Denmark, located on the island of Funen in central Denmark. It has a population of approximately 200,000 people and is known for being the birthplace of the famous Danish author Hans Christian Andersen. Odense is also an important cultural, educational, and economic center in Denmark, with a strong focus on innovation and sustainability. The city is home to several museums, including the Hans Christian Andersen Museum and the Funen Art Museum, as well as a range of festivals and events throughout the year.Read more about car parking in Odense
Car parking in Aalborg
Aalborg is a city located in the northern part of Denmark, on the Jutland peninsula. It is the fourth-largest city in Denmark, with a population of approximately 215,000 people in the urban area. Aalborg is known for its Viking history, as well as its modern architecture and cultural attractions.Read more about car parking in Aalborg
Car parking in Esbjerg
Esbjerg is a city located on the west coast of Denmark. It is the fifth-largest city in Denmark, with a population of approximately 72,000 people. Esbjerg is known for its port, which is the largest in Denmark and serves as a hub for ferry services to offshore islands and neighboring countries.Read more about car parking in Esbjerg