Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Move to Denmark!

In 16th spot on our Best Places to Live list is Denmark.

Moving to Denmark

When planning a move to Denmark to work or maybe even to retire there are different things you need to consider. First are the practical aspects of making such a move like applying for a work permit and residency.

There are different rules for residency and work permits which are dependant on your current citizenship. Basically these fall into four groups:
- Nordic citizens
- EU citizens
- Citizens from the new EU countries
- And, non-EU citizens

Apartments in Denmark

Apartments in Denmark can be quite cheap. Most have modern and easy to use kitchen facilities. If you are looking for a cheap place to live in Denmark than apartments are an ideal place to get started. The most popular Denmark apartments are found in these areas:
  • Aalborg.
  • Odense.
  • Vejle.
  • Copenhagen
  • Arhus.
  • Herning
Fully serviced apartments in Denmark are your best option for keeping your cost of living low without sacrificing modern amenities.

One of the nicest places to live is in a water front apartment. These are located in the center of the city where you can enjoy all of the attractions Denmark has to offer including the Tree Top Wall and the Valley of the Giants. One of the main attractions of living in a water front apartment is the you can hire a bike or even walk to the beaches. Cheap car hire Denmark is also a benefit of living in this area. Dinning is also a wonderful in this part of Denmark.

Bornholm Denmark

One spot in denmark many people are not as aware of is the island community of Bornholm. It is located 40 km south of the most southern tip of Sweden but is still a part of Denmark. The island of Bornholm is one of the visible rocks in the world.

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