If your driving licence was issued in the Faroe Islands or in an EU Member State or an EEA country, you need not exchange your driving licence.
Usual residence in Denmark is established from the date when you move to this country with a view to establishing usual residence in Denmark.
If you have exclusively occupational ties to Denmark but personal ties to another country, you will be regarded as having usual residence in the country where you have personal ties if you regularly return to that country.
You are not required to regularly return to the country to which you have personal ties if you reside in Denmark exclusively for the purpose of practicing a profession for a limited period of time.
In this case, you will be regarded as having usual residence in the country to which you have personal ties.
Most cottages overlook the sea or the Kronborg Castle.
Sommerurlaub mit der üblichen Urlaubs/Badeausrüstung wohl ein wenig beengt. All cottages at Helsingør Cottages Grønnehave have a private terrace as well as a fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator, hot plates and tea/coffee maker.
A very cute cottage close to the beach with onsite facilities. Close to the City center and sights like the Kronborg castle. Located on the beach beside a small train station these cabins are basic but clean and comfortable. Guests can bring their own bed linen and towels or simply rent them at Helsingør Camping & Cottages Grønnehave.
Bikes can be hired and access to Helsingor city and bike trails north and south is easy. General facilities at Helsingør Camping & Cottages Grønnehave include a convenience store, bike rental and a children’s playground.
Persons who have no usual residence in Denmark may drive a motor vehicle in this country if they are in possession of one of the types of driving licences listed in section 116 (1) of the Executive Order on Driving Licences (kørekortbekendtgørelsen), including driving licences issued in an EU Member State or an EEA country.
The rules regarding driving in Denmark on a foreign driving licence are set out in sections 114-128 of the Executive Order on Driving Licences.
Usual residence means that you have personal or occupational ties to Denmark i.e.