One of the biggest misconceptions about winters in Denmark is that they are unbearable.
Well that is just not true. In fact, winters are not as bad as some people may lead you to believe. Winter generally runs from December to February and the average winter temperature runs around 0 degrees on average. Now sometimes it will get a little cooler at times. Since Denmark is mostly surrounded by water, wind changes can have a huge effect on the temperature and how much it may vary.
As far living a winter in Denmark it is really no worse than most other area’s of the world. You will need to go out in layered clothing and if you come without the proper attire, many shops sell the type of clothing you need. Winter in Denmark is enjoyable and it is something that you will see is not what you may think. Most people who experience for the first time relate it to a winter in many places in the United States.
If you are worried about seeing snow in Denmark during your stay, there is a 50/50 chance you will probably see some. Winter in this country is something you will enjoy, as there are many things to keep you busy from Jazz festivals to the many scenic landmarks that the whole family will enjoy. So the next time you think of Denmark in the winter remember it is just like most places you have visited before so come enjoy what this country has to offer even in the winter months.