Baggage Shipping to Denmark
The Scandinavian country of Denmark is situated on the Northern border of Germany and consists of the Jutland peninsula and a number of islands, including two major ones ‒ Zealand, which has Denmark’s capital Copenhagen, and Funen, the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen. To learn more about Send My Bag’s shipping service to Denmark please read on:
Why Ship to Denmark?
Denmark is a great destination for those who like outdoor activities, whether it’s hiking, boating or fishing, and many travellers prefer to take their own equipment with them. Send My Bag can help you transport your excess baggage and sports equipment from your home to anywhere in Denmark quickly and securely.
We have fantastic rates and you won’t have the hassle of checking in your luggage or waiting for it at the luggage carousel. Our service is great for tourists that want to travel light but still have access to all their items when they reach their destination.
Our carrier service is also a great choice for students relocating to and from Denmark. Students can pack the items they need ‒ books, clothes, DVDs, etc. ‒ into a box or suitcase and have it arrive at their student accommodation.
Ways of Shipping to Denmark
You should make yourself aware of the various options available for shipping to Denmark, especially if you are moving there for a long period of time. Some options will make more sense for you than others. You can choose between several different options for international shipping to Denmark. Here are some of them below:
Send Luggage to Denmark
If you are going on an activity holiday to Denmark, or if you are moving there permanently, you can send your things to Denmark with Send My Bag. This way, you will be able to bring many more items than you could if just checking in a couple of bags into an airplane’s hold. You can also avoid having to wait around at bag drop or luggage carousels and get on with enjoying the journey. Send My Bag has many international routes, with affordable rates for each route up to a massive 30 kg. To find out more about sending luggage to Denmark, visit our ‘How it works’ page, or our ‘FAQs’.
send golf clubs to Denmark
There are around 150 golf courses to choose from in Denmark, of which Scandinavian, Lübker and Esbjerg are among the best. If you want to take in a few rounds of golf on your trip to Denmark, you can do so with your own clubs, by shipping them to Denmark with Send My Bag. You won’t have to drag your clubs behind you and you will also avoid any oversized baggage fees from your airline. So consider sending your golf clubs with Send My Bag. Make sure you find out how best to prepare your golf clubs for transit by visiting Send My Bag's information page on how to send golf clubs.
Send your bike to Denmark
Denmark is a fantastic cycling destination, with lots of dedicated cycle routes and generally flat terrain. Why not take in the Danish scenery on your bike by shipping your bicycle to Denmark with Send My Bag? Send your bike to your first hotel and have it picked up again at your final accommodation. Learn more about bike shipping with Send My Bag.
Removals to Denmark
If you are attracted by Denmark’s quality of living, and are moving there for good, you will need to look into international removals to Denmark in order to transport all of your possessions. Before you hand over anything to the movers, however, ensure that all your items are carefully packaged so that they won’t get damaged in transit. Use appropriate packaging for your items and secure everything well.
Student shipping to Denmark
Top universities in Denmark include the University of Copenhagen, the Technical University of Denmark and Aarhus University. If you are going to study in Denmark, you can send all your items with Send My Bag so that you can quickly and easily set up home in your student accommodation. Find out more about student shipping with Send My Bag and how to claim your student discount.
Sending a parcel to Denmark
You could send a parcel to Denmark with Send My Bag. Friends and family could use this option to send you a care package or to forward something that you have left behind. You should choose a good sturdy box when sending a parcel to Denmark and seal it up well so nothing gets damaged in transit. Also make sure you know about rules regarding brand new items (see below). Read more on our parcel shipping information page to find out what you are permitted to send with Send My Bag, and how to package your items.
As well as sending baggage, luggage and parcels to Denmark, you could look into the following options for shipping items internationally, which are more suitable if you want to send large, chunky items like a sideboard or sofa:
Air Freight to Denmark
Air freight is one option for sending big bulky items, such as a writing desk or a chest of drawers, to Denmark. Sending items by air freight usually takes one to two days, which is normally faster than sea freight shipping, but generally more expensive. What you have to pay will depend on the weight and size of your shipment. You will probably also have to use the services of a customs agent to handle customs clearance. And, you need to work out how to get your items to and from the airport, which means that costs could quickly mount up. If you send internationally by air freight to Denmark your items will likely arrive at one of the major airports, such as Copenhagen, Aarhus or Esbjerg Airports.
Sea Freight and Container Shipping to Denmark
Instead of air freight, you could try sea freight or container shipping to move your possessions to Denmark. Again, this option is usually used when transporting large items, like a snooker table or a wardrobe. Sea freight usually means shipping items in large containers loaded onto cargo ships. It can be cheaper than air freight, but you will still need to use the services of a customs agent and will need to sort out how to get your items to and from the ports, which means it could cost more than expected. When using container shipping to Denmark your items will most likely arrive by ship at one of the major sea ports, such as Copenhagen, Aarhus or Esbjerg.
Shipping Goods to Denmark
You need to find out about the current customs rules when shipping goods to Denmark. You should be fully aware of any duty that needs to be paid and what items are permitted to be shipped to Denmark, which items are restricted, and which are entirely forbidden. Read the section below on ‘What can I send to Denmark? What items are restricted?’
What can I send to Denmark? What items are restricted?
With Send My Bag™ you can travel with almost everything you would normally find in a holiday suitcase however for security and customs reasons certain items are prohibited.
On EU standard services (not express) and all UK and US domestic services you may send:
- Shower gel.
- Other non flammable and non alcohol based liquids, pastes & gels for use on holiday.
Nail varnish, perfume and aerosols are not permitted. If these items are included in your luggage it may be returned to you.
Whilst non alcohol based liquids are permitted, damage caused by leakage is not covered by complimentary cover and therefore only small amounts should be sent. If an x-ray shows liquids of any type security may stop your bag for inspection.
A maximum of 1 lithium battery is permitted per shipment when it is contained within a working personal electronic device such as a mobile phone. Review our battery policy.
The following items are prohibited at all times:
- Aerosols or any other pressurised containers;
- Alcohol based or Flammable Liquids, Pastes and Gels of any type including, but not limited to, nail varnish and perfume;
- Toner Cartridges;
- Loose Batteries & Power Banks;
- No more than 1 device containing a battery in line with our battery policy;
- Animals and Animal products;
- Firearms and firearm parts, ammunition, explosives, weapons (including imitations of same);
- Flowers and plant products;
- Human remains or ashes;
- Medical samples;
- Items that require a temperature controlled environment;
- Prescription drugs and pharmaceutical products;
- Religious Artefacts
- Foodstuffs, perishable, animal origin and controlled food articles and beverages including, but not limited to: Fruit & vegetables, dairy products (including dried products containing dairy such as protein powder), meat, fish, nuts, seeds, wine, beer, spirits and champagne; or
- Packages that are wet, leaking or emit an odour of any kind;
- Valuables and high value items including but not limited to antiques, paintings, jewellery, precious stones and electrical equipment (low value electrical equipment is permitted but sent at the owner's risk);
- Cash or other forms of tradeable currency;
- Credit cards;
- Passports or other confidential personal documentation;
- Irreplaceable items;
- Other Dangerous / hazardous goods;
- Counterfeit goods;
- Other illegal or restricted goods.
More information is available under section 11 of our terms of service.
In addition to the above when sending to Denmark we prohibit the sending of:
- Animal Skins.
Items excluded from cover
The following items will be accepted but are sent at your risk and are not included under complimentary cover:
- Electrical Items, including but not limited to; Tablets, Mobile Phones, Computers, Hi-Fis, TVs.
- Glass & Porcelain.
- Any other non standard excess baggage items.
If you choose to send any of the above please ensure you package the item appropriately, for example a TV inside a suitcase is not appropriate.
You can visit some wonderful and fascinating cities and towns in Denmark. Copenhagen – Denmark’s capital city ‒ offers something for everyone, from cultural and historical experiences to luxury shopping and a vibrant night life. Then you have Aalborg. A historical city with a picturesque centre, Aalborg hosts the biggest carnival in Northern Europe and is also famous for its nightlife.
Ribe is Denmark’s oldest town and is home to some of the best preserved medieval buildings in the world. And Billund, situated in Jutland, is the birthplace of the world’s best loved toy, LEGO. Legoland is Denmark’s most visited tourist attraction outside of Copenhagen and is great for families.
The official language of Denmark is Danish, although English is widely spoken as a second language (close to 90% of Denmark’s population speak English). Many Danes also speak German due to its proximity to the country. It’s also part of the EU, but uses the Danish krone rather than the Euro.
With its large coastline, Denmark offers tourists ample opportunities for fishing, both on the coast and in freshwater. A permit is needed for costal fishing and for many freshwater spots, although some do offer you the chance to fish for a small fee.
Another activity popular with tourists is hiking. There are many trails throughout the country, most of which are interconnected and encompass a range of accommodation and attractions along the trail. Because of its fair weather, Denmark makes a great destination for activity holidays or relaxing breaks away.