Send a parcel to Denmark from only £31.34

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Denmark

With our worldwide parcel delivery services at your fingertips, DPD Local Online makes sending a parcel to Denmark easy.bWell-known for its flatness, stunning beaches and friendly people; not least its most famous exports: Lego and Danish bacon, Denmark is a popular destination to send a parcel from the UK.

Postage to Denmark

Whether you want your parcel to Denmark to arrive within a certain timeframe, or you have a strict budget, we can help you arrange postage to Denmark that meets all your criteria. We are committed to providing our customers with a reliable parcel delivery service, utilising our international delivery networks to get your parcel to Denmark within your time scales and at a price that suits. And, with our collection and local drop-shop services, sending a parcel is even easier. Book your postage to Denmark online today.

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What else do you need to know...

Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to Denmark?

Since Denmark is a member of the European Union, goods sent from the UK will not be charged UK VAT, instead import VAT & import duty will be charged at local EU country rates. These will be payable by the recipient. We've made the BREXIT compliance easy for you by providing the correct codes when determining the contents of your parcel. 

How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Denmark?

You can send a parcel to Denmark for as little as £31.34 when you book through DPDLocal-Online. 

How should I address my parcel for delivery to Denmark?

Addressing in Denmark is fairly straightforward compared to some of the other countries in the European Union. For the full breakdown, you can consult with this useful guide created by the Universal Postal Union.

What items can I send?

Although Denmark largely operates similarly to the EU when it comes to what can and can’t be put in the mail, there are a few notable items that they specifically clamp down on. The biggest ones to be aware of are:

  • Various species of trees and plants, including cut plants, bulbs and roots;
  • Certain pharmaceutical products.

The lists are fairly extensive, so it’s worth referring to the Danish Health Authority for guidance. You should also see our prohibited items page for a list of goods that you can’t send with our couriers.

Where can I find more information?

If you need any more information, you’ll find plenty of helpful stuff at our online Help Centre There you can browse our FAQ guides — covering everything from packaging tips to international shipping advice — or talk to one of our friendly advisors via the chat window.

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