Rideshare or borrow your neighbour's car
GoMore is not just a sharing economy site where you can hire other people's cars. You can also use GoMore to book a ride with someone and enjoy their company. Snappcar is one of the fastest car sharing communities in Europe. You can find cars close by your accommodation and start your Denmark road trip from your door. Get to know your holiday neighbours by borrowing their car and ask them for ideas to head off the beaten track to really travel like a local.
Cook your dinner with a Dane
Share the joy of food with ordinary Danes and get to know Denmark’s own unique cuisine with sharing economy sites like Cook With a Local. Here you can find a Danish host to cook with or join a group of people like you, interested in exploring Denmark through its food traditions. Or why not dine with a Danish family in their home? Meet the Danes has been connecting visitors to Denmark with welcoming Danish families for years.
Get off the beaten track with local guided tours
Denmark is full of things to do and famous sights. But sometimes, it's the less obvious sights, the secret places and the everyday experiences that you most want to take home with you as memories. Spotted by Locals is a Europe-wide service that puts you in touch with ordinary locals, looking to share their tips and take you round their favourite places. See Copenhagen from a local perspective with their guides.
Unique, eco and socially conscious experiences
For a unique experience in Denmark, rent a boat from Boatflex, a peer-to-peer boat rental company looking to make sailing fun, accessible and affordable. Of course, the sharing economy is not just about more personal experiences on holiday. It's often about making travel more human and more sustainable. While in Denmark, order your dinner from TooGoodToGo. They list restaurants near you which are helping to combat food waste. You can pick up their surplus food at the end of the day at a lower price and take it to go in an eco-friendly box.
Now you've gathered some ideas for how to travel like a local in Denmark, you can start planning your next trip!