Here are some examples on cost of living in Denmark.
Copenhagen is the most expensive place
Cost of living is city-dependant. Copenhagen is by far the most expensive city to live in, followed by Aarhus and Odense. Everything is measured on a monthly scale. One euro is about 7.44 DKK.
City and neighbourhood dependent. If you have a room in central Copenhagen it can cost from 3500 – 5000 DKK, in central Aarhus from 2500 – 4000 DKK, and in central Odense you can get a room for 1500 – 3000 DKK. If you’re looking for an apartment prices are much higher.
Location dependent. If you live in an area with a lot of crime your insurance will be more costly. In general you’ll pay around 200 – 300 DKK every month.
About 100 DKK a month. This is something everybody hates. Every household must pay it – at least if any of the residents have a device with internet access. It’s important to know that the TV licence only comes around once a year – a lump sum of approximately 1200 DKK. The purpose of the TV licence is to fund the Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) so that they may provide a public service.
100 – 200 DKK; the cost depends which company you are with, but also what you would like included in your subscription.
Roughly 1200 – 2000 DKK every month. There are cheap and expensive solutions; for example, if you like to eat out a lot it will cost more.
Can be quite expensive in Denmark. A train ticket from Copenhagen – Odense cost 250 DKK without a DSB Ung kort (Wildcard). The best solution is a bike in your daily life.
A ticket for the cinema cost 80 – 130 DKK.
49 – 200 DKK, unless you wish to experience fine dining in a classy restaurant with three courses – in this case it will be more expensive.
A beer will cost around 50 DKK in a bar, but you can get it from 5 – 15 DKK in the supermarket.
25 – 50 DKK depending on which city you’re in.
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