Travelling & Leisure time in Danish

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Our final vocabulary lesson is all about travelling and vacations. Learn these Danish words and you’ll be well prepared on your next journey abroad.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Danish“.

Travelling & Leisure time in Danish

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Travelling & Leisure time

EnglishDanishPronunciation
(Audio)
(to) travel
(at) rejse
journey / trip [Sg]
rejse
journeys / trips [Pl]
rejser
Bon voyage! / Have a good trip!
God rejse!
vacation
ferie
holiday [Sg]
ferie
holidays [Pl]
ferier
suitcase [Sg]
kuffert
suitcases [Pl]
kufferter
(to) pack bags
(at) pakke tasker
rucksack [Sg]
rygsæk
rucksacks [Pl]
rygsækker
baggage
bagage
guide book
guide bog
passport [Sg]
pas
passports [Pl]
flere pas
border [Sg]
grænse
borders [Pl]
grænser
hotel [Sg]
hotel
hotels [Pl]
hoteller
(to) reserve / (to) book
(at) reservere
reservation [Sg]
reservation
reservations [Pl]
reservationer
tourist [Sg]
turist
tourists [Pl]
turister
tourist information
turist information
map / plan [Sg]
kort
maps / plan [Pl]
korte
city map / town map
bykort
trip / excursion [Sg]
udflugt
trips / excursions [Pl]
udflugter
tent [Sg]
telt
tents [Pl]
telte
camping site
kamping sted
(to) tent / (to) camp
(at) kampe
(to) bathe / (to) go swimming
(at) svømme
beach [Sg]
strand
beaches [Pl]
strande
plane
flyvemaskine
(to) fly (e.g. by plane)
(at) flyve
airport
airport
ship
skib
port / harbour
havn

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