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Char McKay's 10 money saving hints for life in Denmark

Get inspired by Char McKay's 10 hints on how to save money when living in Denmark.

1.    Get a CPR card.
2.    Find affordable housing in Denmark through word of mouth
3.    Know your grocery stores and learn the prices of everyday items
4.    Get a bike
5.    Carry a map
6.    Use klippekorts when traveling on public transport in Denmark
7.    Learn to read Danish (at least survival level)
8.    Know which restaurants in Copenhagen have great-tasting entrees for under 100 kroner
9.    Get into events and museums for free
10.    Swap tips with other expats and share your knowledge by posting your comments here.

Find more hints for life in Denmark and learn how to reduce the costs of life in Denmark.

The hints collected here and many more are covered in the "Worktrotter's Guide to Denmark".
Benefit of the collective knowledge. You don't need to re-invent the wheel and go through our mistakes as well.


#1 Francis Puthenpurkkal 2011-05-04 12:09
this is not tips this is common sense. this is done in each country not only in Denmark.

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