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Billund is the paradise of Lego-passionate fans and the fact that you chose this destination has a lot to do with the super-brand of Lego toys. But if you keep coming to Denmark, it goes without saying that you will want to explore other attractions of this country, some that will please not only the little ones, but also those who, in the end, paid for this trip. Denmark is a small country, so the distances between cities can be traveled quickly. In addition, Denmark's road and rail infrastructure is exceptional. And the attractions can be found in almost every town, from medieval castles and fortresses, to very special museums, the rich history and culture of the Danes, from the Viking heritage to modern art will make you feel completely captivated by Denmark.

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Airport: Airport Billund Lufthavn (BLL)

Located about 3 km from the city of Billund, Billund Lufthavn Airport serves one of the largest air cargo centers in the country, at the same time being an airport where charters and regular flights land. It mainly serves the cities of Denmark in the north of the country.

Land transport to and from the airport

The road distance to Billund is 3 kilometers, to Vejle 28 kilometers, to Kolding 41 kilometers, to Esbjerg 61 kilometers and to Aarhus 98 kilometers. There are bus lines from the airport to Horsens, Skanderborg and Aarhus. Eight additional bus services operate from the airport. There are six parking areas named after the countries of the world, the USA, Australia, Kenya, Spain, Egypt and Greenland. Three of the areas are connected by a shuttle bus, the other three being within walking distance. 

From Billund, Copenhagen can be reached by car in about 2h:40m, and by train in 3h:20m.

Car rental

Most international airlines can be accessed from the airport's official website. Car rental centers are located in the Arrivals area of ​​the airport.

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Extra Luggage Options

You can travel with more luggage.

Buy extra luggage on the additional services page, during booking or after it through "Manage Booking"!

You can check up to four pieces of luggage per flight, per passenger; the fee will be applied separately for each.

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Travel insurance

To support you in planning your trip, we have decided to include Covid-19 coverage in the General Insurance Conditions, both for travel medical insurance and for cancellation insurance.

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Meals and beverages on board

It does not matter whether you prefer a full meal with your morning paper and a cup of good coffee or whether you are satisfied with a quick cookie. Aboard our planes you will always get what makes you start your day in your favourite way.

Check the on board catering menu here.

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Main attractions

A day in Odense

After a few days of lego pieces, a change of scenery will be welcome. Jump on a train from Billund Station or in a rented car and head to the green island of Denmark, Fyns. In the center of the island is an equally green city, Odense, full of attractions, picturesque streets, cafes and restaurants that entice you everywhere. You will be impressed by the old buildings, the Odense Fortress Slot, the Royal Garden, the Fyns Kunstmuseum.

Be sure to remember another attraction that will please the whole family, the Danish Railway Museum where, in addition to impressive exhibits, steam locomotives, royal wagons and other railway treasures, the little ones have the opportunity to build their own trains from lego pieces, the big ones "You can play" with high-performance simulators for driving locomotives, you can even make short trips with a special train of the Museum. Obviously, for the little ones, the Odense Zoo will be a real joy, so don't forget to book at least an hour to visit this place loved by the little ones.


Copenhagen is a huge cultural center of the world, and by "giant" we do not mean its size, but the immense influence it has on culture. Here you can see the best works of art and design from all periods. The Danes managed to collect the best pieces of art and design over time, but they did not keep them only for decoration, but they were inspired and passed them through their own vision, to perfect them. A lot of fashion, art and product design trends start in Copenhagen.

There are countless places to see and sights to visit in this city. You can start exploring Rosenborg Slot, a beautiful medieval castle set right in the city center. Within walking distance, you will find Nyhavn, a small canal surrounded by old houses, painted in bright colors, which over time have attracted and inspired great artists, including Hans Christian Andersen, who lived right here. Another great place to relax is Frederiksberg Have, the most beautiful and romantic park in town. If you want to have fun during the day, go to Tivoli Gardens, an amusement park where you will find roller coasters, carnival games, shows and fireworks. Copenhagen has some very valuable and impressive museums, so we advise you to visit as many as possible.

Flavors from Denmark

Although Danish food is not the most popular in the world, in Copenhagen we find a very impressive selection of Michelin-starred restaurants, which serve extremely tasty international dishes, but where the price is high. The good news is that you can eat almost any international dish you want, the food being very good in any restaurant. For a quick snack, don't hesitate to try one of the many hot dog caravans, a recipe that the Danes have perfected over time, adding new toppings that you wouldn't expect.

Smørrebrød is a typical Danish snack, consisting of a sandwich with a single slice of bread, topped with fish, beef, chicken, or pork and vegetables, plus delicious sauces. At lunch you can enjoy Frikadeller, that is Danish meatballs with steamed or baked vegetable garnish. The Danes are big eaters of fresh fish, the most popular being salmon, then herring. In addition to local dishes and international specialties, you will also find here the classic pizza, kebab and shaorma. Carlsberg beer is the big star of Denmark, and other popular drinks are Akvavit and Mead, spirits made from cereals and fruits, respectively.

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When to visit Billund

The weather in Denmark is not the friendliest, but fortunately you have a lot to see here even in the cold season. Of course, the best time to visit Denmark is late spring and summer, between May and August, when temperatures rise and the streets are filled with people looking for fun. Also then is the season of outdoor events, with great chances to find many concerts and street performances. But summer also comes with higher rates for flights and accommodation, so if you want to spend as little as possible you can plan your vacation between March and May, when the temperatures are good for walks. Starting with October, the city goes into hibernation, except for the winter holidays, when everything comes to life for a few weeks.

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