Our destination-specific customs advice explains the documents you'll need to complete and the requirements you must meet when shipping belongings.
Why choose Seven Seas Worldwide?
Purpose-built shipping boxes and materials provided
Trusted luggage shipping service for over 25 years
Pick your own dates for shipment delivery and collection
Spread the cost of Denmark shipping by paying in instalments
We handle customs clearance in Denmark
Trusted worldwide shipping for more than 25 years
Denmark is a small country in Northern Europe best known for its picturesque landscapes and friendly people. From over 400 scenic islands to reliable public transport, it's easy to see why visitors flock yearly. Explore fascinating cities, sample delicious cuisine, and wander along the picturesque countryside of this charming Scandinavian nation.
Whether travelling over the summer, starting a new job or studying, you'll need as many home comforts as possible. That's where our international delivery services come in. Our boxes and bags delivery service covers most of Denmark. Popular cities include Copenhagen, Århus, Odense, Aalborg, Roskilde and Helsingør.
With over 25 years of experience sending boxes, bags and more overseas, our services simplify the process. Our in-depth local knowledge of Denmark and multilingual customer service team make us the number one choice among shipping companies.
Shipping from Netherlands to Denmark is stress-free and easy
We've designed our shipping services to be as simple as possible. Our international delivery experts handle the boring logistics, so you don't have to! All you need to do is place a booking, pack up your belongings, and complete your online documents. We'll come to your home in the Netherlands, pick up your shipment, handle the customs process, and then deliver your goods to Denmark.
Here are even more reasons why our services make sending your belongings overseas easy:
- Free storage service: enjoy two weeks of complimentary storage services at one of our safe and secure depots in your origin country.
- Transparent fees: because we own a worldwide network of depots, our delivery services to Denmark are door-to-door. Grab a free instant online quote for a clear price breakdown specific to your needs with no hidden costs.
- Pay for our services in stages: we won't demand the entire bill upfront. Instead, you make several payments across your Denmark luggage delivery experience.
- We clear customs: with over 25 years of in-depth local knowledge, we safely steer your shipment through customs in Denmark. All you need to do is pack your possessions and complete your online documents.
- Round-the-clock customer service: our multilingual customer service team is happy to answer any questions and offer advice about sending boxes and bags internationally.
International shipping to Denmark from Netherlands in 5 steps
Free online quick quote
Our instant online quote tool provides a clear, itemised cost with no hidden fees or nasty surprises.
Pick your dates
When placing your order, choose the materials delivery and shipment collection dates that suit you.
Securely pack your items
We deliver your empty shipping boxes, ready for you to fill.
We collect and ship
Complete the online documentation. Then we'll transport your shipment to Denmark.
Delivered to your address
Our team will clear your goods through customs and deliver them safely to your new home.
What kind of shipping boxes do we have?
Our international luggage delivery service can also include sturdy boxes to protect your belongings during long journeys to Denmark. Made from double-walled cardboard, our most popular containers are Large and Standard. See below for the exact dimensions. We recommend overestimating how many you need. But don't worry — we'll pick up any unused boxes still in brand-new condition for free.
Specially-shaped containers made from the same quality cardboard are available for sending guitars, surfboards, etc overseas. Wrap them securely, and we'll box them at our nearest depot.
You may use your own containers. But please avoid laundry bags, plastic crates, used food boxes and bin liners. They could break easily and damage the rest of your shipment.
61 x 51 x 41cm / 24 x 20 x 16.14 inches
- Sports equipment
51 x 41 x 31cm / 20 x 16.14 x 12.2 inches
- Files and papers
- Children's toys
We take care of the customs clearance process in Denmark
Our experienced worldwide delivery to Denmark team handle customs inspections. But there are some important things you should know when sending items overseas.
Like all countries, Denmark has customs regulations on specific goods to protect its people and the environment. Please reference our Prohibited Goods page for the most up-to-date information.
Log in to your online account and complete the following documents:
- An online inventory listing every container and item you're sending to Denmark using our services. Danish customs officials will see this, so accuracy is essential.
- Optional insurance forms for extra cover — added peace of mind in the rare case your goods become lost or suffer damage.
- Colour scans of the shipment owner's passport picture and signature pages.
European Union (EU) members can ship used personal belongings to Denmark tax-free if they are not for resale. The same applies to non-EU members. But, further rules are in place, including how old your possessions are and your work or study status. Your local customs office in Denmark might request the shipment owner be present in Denmark before their belongings arrive.
Our experienced worldwide shippers handle customs inspections.
FAQs about shipping from Netherlands to Denmark
With over 25 years of experience shipping internationally, our services simplify the process. Follow these steps:
- Generate an instant online free quote for a full breakdown of the costs involved with our services. Then, place an order, pay the deposit and choose a date so we can drop off any requested packing materials.
- Carefully pack your belongings and complete your online documents. Then, select a date so we can pick up your shipment.
- After you've made your Shipping and Transportation payment, we'll ship your goods to Denmark and guide them through customs.
It takes 16 days to ship your belongings to Denmark from the Netherlands via our boxes and bags shipping service. Transit time begins when you pay your Shipping and Transportation fee and ends when your shipment arrives at the destination port in Denmark.
You can send most possessions you use at home via our boxes and bags shipping service. Plus, specially-shaped goods, like musical instruments and sports equipment.
All nations worldwide have a list of restricted items to protect their citizens and the environment. Please check our regularly-updated online Prohibited Goods list as you pack to avoid customs charges.
European Union (EU) members can send used belongings to Denmark tax-free for personal use only. The same rules apply to non-EU members. But there are further rules to consider, including how old your items are and your work or study plans.
Before packing, please reference our online Prohibited Goods list for the most up-to-date information.
Since we own and operate a worldwide network of depots, we can keep costs down. But, rates for our services vary depending on your needs, including shipment size and the location of your origin country and destination in Denmark. Use our free online quote tool for a specific cost breakdown in minutes.
To ensure your goods arrive in Denmark via the most efficient method possible, all shipping and air routes for our services are predefined and cannot be altered.
How long does shipping from the Netherlands to Denmark take?*
*estimated transit times dependent on global shipping circumstances
Ship bags and boxes with our helpful packing guide
Tightly seal your boxes:
Begin by gathering all your packing materials together, such as parcel tape and bubble wrap. Secure the base of your box by folding in the small flaps, then the large flaps and sealing them shut with several layers of overlapping parcel tape.
Cover exposed edges with more tape, then wrap around the bottom of your box. Once full, seal the lid using the same process.
Take care with delicate items:
Use bubble wrap on each item and two layers for fragile or valuable items. Place the heaviest items at the bottom of your box and lighter effects above and away from the sides.
Fill gaps with soft materials like packing paper or towels. Give your container a small shake. If it makes a sound, add more soft materials.
Complete your online inventory:
Log in to your account and fill in your online inventory — an itemised list of everything you're sending to Denmark. Danish customs officials will ask to see it, so accuracy is essential.
Using a marker pen, write the job number, box number, and shipment owner's destination country and city on two sides of each container. Reference your inventory to ensure all details match.
Get ready for collection day:
Each container has a weight limit of 30kg/66lbs for your and our driver's safety. Weigh all boxes and bags on bathroom scales one at a time. If one exceeds the limit, remove some items and place them in a lighter container.
For a successful collection day experience, move all your luggage as close to your building's entrance as possible the evening before.
Brilliant luggage delivery service. The best price I was able to find anywhere and the easiest process. They make it even easier by supplying you with boxes if you need them. Just tell them what you're shipping, get a quote, and a few days later, they pick up your things. Communication was brilliant, delivery brilliant - the whole service was brilliant!!!Alessandro
Top tourist attractions in Denmark's most popular cities
Denmark is a captivating Nordic destination that enchants all with its stunning historical architecture and eye-popping landscapes. From cycle-friendly cities and beautiful countryside to yearly festivals, the "Happiest Country in the World" is a delight.
Keep reading for a selection of the many must-see hotspots in Denmark's most-visited cities:
Copenhagen is a major tourist destination spread out over two islands. The Danish capital is famous for its eye-popping architecture, historical sites and the iconic Little Mermaid statue.
Chill by the canal: Nyhavn is a beautiful waterfront known for its colourful 17th-century wooden buildings and shimmering canal. Go for a stroll, enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants, or relax with a drink overlooking the water.
Visit one of the oldest amusement parks in the world: Tivoli Gardens is a magical amusement park in the heart of Copenhagen. Enjoy a delightful mix of well-kept gardens, thrilling rides, dining options and live performances.
See an iconic symbol of Copenhagen: the Little Mermaid statue is a tribute to Hans Christian Andersen's 1837 fairy tale. It sits on a rock by the water in the Langelinie promenade, attracting tourists looking for a photo opportunity.
Explore a working palace: Christiansborg Palace is a dream visit for architecture fans. Sitting on the tiny island of Slotsholmen, the building is home to the Danish Parliament and the Royal Reception Rooms. Explore opulent interiors, visit the royal stables, and enjoy 360° city views from the tower.
Denmark's second-largest city is an ever-popular tourist destination. Aarhus combines historical landmarks with contemporary expression. Enjoy a dynamic cultural scene, charming old town and welcoming atmosphere.
Visit a living, breathing museum: Den Gamle By is an open-air museum within Aarhus Botanical Gardens dedicated to Danish town culture. Stroll through the charming old streets, interact with costumed guides and visit restored buildings.
Hit the town: Aarhus's city centre is full of life. Take a walk along the harbourfront lined with trendy cafes and restaurants. Remember to explore the Latin Quarter, a charming neighbourhood full of narrow streets and boutique shops.
View the city from inside a rainbow!: ARoS Aarhus Art Museum is a renowned contemporary art building known for its distinctive architecture. Marvel at the iconic "Your Rainbow Panorama," a circular walkway featuring panoramic views.
Gaze at a 12th-century church: the Aarhus Cathedral is a magnificent mediaeval church and landmark of the city. Enjoy the stunning architecture, intricate stained glass windows, and impressive artwork. Take a guided tour to learn about its history.
Odense is the birthplace of renowned Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen. Enjoy a charming blend of history and culture featuring cobblestone streets, mediaeval buildings and museums dedicated to Andersen's fairy tales.
Wave at a giraffe: Odense Zoo is a fun destination for the entire family. Encounter a wide variety of animals from around the world, including elephants, giraffes and penguins. The zoo also offers educational programs and interactive activities.
Go on a journey to the 1700s: the Funen Village is an open-air museum that offers a glimpse into Danish rural life in the 18th century. Interact with costumed staff and explore authentic houses and gardens.
Explore Hans Christian Andersen's House: visit the childhood home of the famous Danish fairytale writer. The museum showcases Andersen's life, works, and personal belongings. Experience an enchanting world of fairy tales through exhibits and interactive displays.
Explore a Gothic-style church: Saint Canute's Cathedral, also known as Odense Cathedral, is one of the most significant historical sites in Odense. Admire the stunning architecture, intricately designed artwork, and colourful stained glass windows.
Aalborg is a city in northern Denmark that blends historical charm with modern attractions. It is best known for its Viking history and various annual events and festivals, including the colourful Aalborg Carnival.
Admire mediaeval architecture: Gammel Torv contains well-preserved buildings that date back to the Middle Ages. Visit the iconic Aalborg Tower and explore streets filled with shops, restaurants and cafes.
Lock eyes with a tiger: Aalborg Zoo is an ever-popular attraction for kids and big kids alike. It houses over 1500 animals of various species, including lions, elephants and monkeys. Enjoy scenic walks and picnics in the park-like surroundings.
Take a walk on a Viking gravesite: Lindholm Høje is an archaeological site that offers a fascinating glimpse into the Viking Age. The ancient burial ground dates back to around 1000 AD and features over 700 graves.
Get in the party spirit: the Aalborg Carnival is Denmark's biggest yearly street party. Watch as the city comes alive with vibrant costumes and energetic performances. Enjoy mile after mile of colourful parades, music and dance.