Tipping in Denmark isn’t common, however it is practiced for great service. Denmark is an outdoors mans paradise. It is home to the Danish Islands, 400+ islands with unique wild life and culture. It is a great hiking, fishing and beach spot! Use our tipping guide below to figure out when you should tip and when you shouldn’t on your travels through Denmark!
Taxis: Its not expected, but rounding up the fare is appreciated.
Hotels: Since service charges are included in the fare tipping is not required. If you receive exceptional service then you can leave some change for the maid or bell boy.
Restaurants: Service and tax is included in the price, that being said it is normal to round up or tip 5-10% on the bill for very good service. This required however should be done for exceptional service.
Bars: Like restaurants a service charge will already be included in the bill. However, if you received good service then you can round up the total.
Other: Denmark is a great country but outside what we mentioned above you won’t find much of a need to tip anywhere else.