The Danish currency is called kroner (DKK)
* The DKK is pegged to the EURO which keeps the exchange rate within the central rate of EUR 1 = DKK 7.3-7.6 (approximately)
The cost of living in Denmark will vary depending on your lifestyle and habits. Many services in Denmark such as medical treatment are paid for via taxes and the Danish welfare system
|Rent*||DKK 2,200 -3,000|
|Food and other daily costs||DKK 2,000 – 2,500|
|Media License||DKK 200|
|Leisure Activities||DKK 0-1,000|
Source : http://www.sdu.dk/en/Information_til/Internationale_studerende/Life_in_Denmark/Living+expenses
Until a few years ago, Danish food was essentially associated with potatoes and bacon, and Danish cuisine was completely unknown outside the country. Not anymore. Over the last decade, the New Nordic Cuisine has revolutionized Danish gastronomy and created an entirely new focus on local ingredients. It has meant a renaissance of classic Danish dishes, which are currently available in modern versions at several of Copenhagen’s best restaurants. Even so, many Danes still love to eat very traditional foods like porridge, open sandwiches and the classic roast pork with parsley sauce – of course served with a glass of good Danish beer.
A cheap, student-friendly alternative for trying out different cuisines in Denmark is the TooGoodToGo app. Through this, restaurants have the opportunity to sell the leftover food at the end of the day at very low prices. It is a great option both for the students, as they can try different restaurants without spending a fortune, and for the restaurants, as they save their food instead of just throwing it out, while still earning money for it.