Are you one of the many danes who are using these cold winter months to either travel south and enjoy a daiquiri in the sun's warm glow or to get your adrenaline boosted by suse with full speed down the slopes on a skiing holiday, but at the same time worry a little too much about the red numbers in the bank account to enjoy the holidays fully, then you can rightly read on here.
There is a big difference between how much money you have out of your pocket, when you need to pay for restaurants, food, alcohol and clothing, according to where the journey goes to.
It shows a statement from Statistics Denmark, which has compared the Danish level of prices with a variety of popular vinterferiedestinationer.
According to the pengeguiden to eager enthusiasts stay far away from Norway, if they don't want to waste too much money on food and lodging, as the prices to eat and spend the night in fjeldlandet in the north, the whole nine percent more expensive than at home.
in turn can skirejsende save many money on the cost of accommodation and dining by drøne to Italy or Austria, where the price level is no less than 30 percent during the Danish.
If you would like to keep his skiing holiday closer to home, one can save a bit of money by visiting our Swedish neighbors, where it is barely four percent cheaper to sleep and eat than in Denmark.
Are you one of the kuldskære danes, who would rather use the winter holidays to get a little color on the body, there is money to save in Turkey and Spain, where the hotel - and restaurantpriserne is, respectively, 59 percent and 43 percent below the Danish.
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If you are planning a sincere budgetferie, where you drop it and the expensive restaurants and instead find a holiday home or a holiday apartment, where you have the opportunity to make his own food, Italy is once again a good bet for skientusiasterne.
In støvlelandet is the prices of food namely 16 percent cheaper than at home, while they are 11 percent cheaper than the popular skidestination Austria.
According to Statistics Denmark's price guide, Germany is the cheapest place to go on a winter holiday, if you want to save money at the supermarket, because the food here is 24 percent cheaper than in Denmark.
If heading south, it was once again Turkey and Spain, you must travel to in order to save the most money. These countries are clearly the cheapest countries to buy food in the among the most sunny favoritdestinationer. Thus, the cost of food, respectively, 36 percent and 28 percent less than in Denmark.
Regardless of whether they are well employed on the ski runs or sweats in the heat in the south, it is safe to say that one can often experience to be extra thirsty on the holidays.
When it comes to alcoholic beverages, however, there is a big difference between how much money you have out of your pocket, depending on where you are travelling to.
Thus, Turkey, which otherwise is the cheapest country among the warm holiday destinations in relation to dining, lodging, and food, extremely high prices, when it comes to alcohol and have a price that is more than 58 percent of the Danish.
the Prices of alcohol in Spain is to turn the entire 33 percent cheaper than at home, while among the cold destinations is Germany who has the cheapest prices for alcohol with a level of 29 percent during the Danish, followed by France, where it is 24 percent cheaper to get drunk.
According to Statistics Denmark's price guide Norway is once again the most expensive country among the most favoritdestinationer, as the prices of alcohol are more than twice as expensive as in Denmark.
If you plan to update the wardrobe along the way on holidays, there is money to save in Turkey and Spain, where clothes and shoes are, respectively, 63 percent and 30 percent cheaper than in Denmark.
Skirejsende can in turn save money in France, Monaco, Italy, Germany and Austria, where the price level on shoes and clothes are 20 percent lower than in Denmark, while the price level on the garments are roughly the same as the Danish in Sweden and Norway.