Denmark is a country of Vikings, considered to be one of the most prosperous countries in the world, so it's no surprise that many people want to move there. But what is the actual cost of living in Denmark?

Denmark has stable economy and high taxes. It is also one of the safest countries in the entire world.

The average salary in the country is €2590 per month. And a current unemployment rate is 4.5%.

Accomodation

€920-3000 monthly

For a 30-40 square meters apartment, you will have to pay €800-1300. The cheapest cities to live are mostly Horsens, Odense, Kolding, Aalborg. Obviously, the most expensive city to live in would be a capital, Copenhagen.

As for utilities, you will be expected to pay €120-200.

Transport

€40-60 monthly

A monthly ticket costs €54. Taxi for 3km  is €13-15

1 liter of gasoline costs €1.50-2.

Groceries

In relation to how much people living in Denmark earn, groceries are not too pricey.

Milk (1 L) - € 0.94

Loaf of fresh white bread - € 2

Rice (1 kg) - € 1.79

Eggs (dozen) - € 2.90

Local cheese (1 kg) - € 9.76

Chicken fillet (1 kg) - € 7.47

Fruits (apples, oranges) - € 2,31-2,90

Vegetables (tomatoes, potatoes) - € 1,45-2,50

Drinking bottled water (1.5 l) - € 0.67

Bottle of wine - € 6-20

Local beer (0,5 l) - € 1,70

Imported beer (0,33 l) - € 2,2

A pack of cigarettes (Marlboro) - € 6

In the cafe you will spend € 15-25

Entertainment

Movie ticket € 12

Internet access € 30

Summing up, one person will need about €1430 per month.