Banks
Banks are open on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 10.00 to16.00. On Thursdays, banks stay open longer, until 17.30 or 18.00. Many banks have ATM machines where it is possible to withdraw money using a Danish bank card or credit card.

Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_banks_in_Denmark

Libraries
All municipal authorities have libraries where you can borrow books, CDs, videos and gain free access to the Internet. Most main libraries are open on weekdays from 10.00 to 19.00, and from 10.00 to 13.00 or 14.00 on Saturday. Local libraries usually have shorter opening hours. Check your municipal authority website for local library opening hours.

Link: http://lists.webjunction.org/libweb/Denmark.html

Shops
All shops are allowed to stay open Monday to Saturday from 06.00 to 17.00. Shops must normally close on Sundays, public holidays, Constitution Day, Christmas Day and after 15.00 on New Year’s Day. Shops with a small turnover, however, may also stay open on Sundays and public holidays.

Link: http://www.fyidenmark.com/shops_in_denmark.html

Public authority offices / kommune – borgerservice
Most public authority offices have fixed office hours and times when they are open to the public. Many stay open longer on Thursday and close early on Friday. Municipal authorities, regions and ministries have their own websites with information and self-service options.

Link: www.borger.dk

Public transport
Denmark has a well-developed public transport system, both national and locally. You can buy a monthly travel card and a discount card for buses and trains. Ask at your train or bus station, or ask your municipal authority if you need further information.

Link: www.rejseplanen.dk.

Post
Some kiosks and newsagents sell stamps, which are otherwise sold at post offices. Post offices dispatch letters and packages, and handle domestic and overseas payments. You can also notify
the authorities of a change of address at your local post office. Here it is also possible to buy tickets for the theatre, concerts and various sports events. National and overseas mail must be placed in the red letterboxes that you will find almost everywhere. Collection times are posted on the letterboxes.Local post offices have different opening hours but most are open daily from 09.30 to 17.00. Post offices close at 17.30 on Thursday and 13.00 on Saturday.

Link: www.postdanmark.dk for a complete list of postcodes and post office opening hours.