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Warning: Denmark no longer welcomes tourists on bicycles

In business culture on July 25, 2014 at 17:11

A Danish firm has started a business in corporation with landowners and businesses. They remove bikes parked on pavements and transport them to a central facility far from town where the bike owners have to pay DKK 198.50 (Euro 25.14) in order to get their bikes back.

According to Danish law there are no rules how to alert bike owners that a certain area is a restricted parking zone. There are no demands for text in foreign language either.

As result tourists could end up being caught in a trap without knowing where to go when their bike is removed.

Biking to Denmark is no longer a form for vacation which is to be recommended.

It is better to avoid Denmark.

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