Children that cries out, a stomach that rumbles, and the prospect of several hours of boredom.
It is for many a fact, when that must be transported family and gifts around the christmas season. But luckily the Danish road directorate forbarmet the tidspressede the danes and has come with more good advice for how to avoid juletrafikken.
But, since christmas is on a Monday, you have the whole weekend to get around. It expects Jimi Nyrup will ease the traffic in the year.
- in fact, We expect that the traffic will be very well distributed, and you have a whole lot of days to travel to and from the on, he says.
if you Choose to run on Fridays, one needs to be extra aware when you set out on the road. There can be very little time to download.
- There are peak hours. 14 to 18. If you drive by the place there, you also have to run with them, which is on the way home from work, " says Jimi of Yourself.
It is therefore worth thinking about an extra time before you sit behind the wheel.
Also DSB expects to juletrafikken spread out over several days.
- overall, we expect, in fact, that it's going to be quiet and calm. In contrast to previous years, where typically there are one to two travel days before christmas, in year three, says the information manager in the DSB Tony Bispeskov.
Despite the spread shows billetreservationerne so far, to 22. december will be the busiest day on the rails.
Both the road directorate and the Danish railways (DSB expects that there will be the most numerous travellers from Zealand from Funen and Jutland, and they recommend, to continuously orient themselves on apps, such as traffic info and the Itinerary.
At Copenhagen Airport, one need not guess as to when the juletrafikken will be most intense.
Here is the vast majority of airline tickets ordered, and it shows that Friday will be the busiest day before christmas with barely 88.000 travelers.
But there's going to be good place in the airport, because the number of air passengers in christmas in general is less compared with the end of the other weeks. It tells the chief press officer at Copenhagen Airport Kasper Hyllested.
- Christmas is not one of the seasons, particularly where many danes take out to travel, so there is good space in the terminals, he says.
When christmas time is over and heading home from the domestic and foreign holiday-exile, is expected to 26. december to become the most busy day for both drivers and travelers by air and train.