Denmark Postal Code



Denmark Postal Code


Denmark postal code format


Denmark's postal codes are based on a four-digit system that was implemented in 1967. The following five 3-digit codes are the only exceptions. Greenland, which is self-governing, is part of Denmark's system (39xx). The Faroe Islands were previously part of the Danish postal code system, which used the 38xx range and "FR,” but this was changed to a new format including a three-digit code and the country code "FO," with FR 3800 Tórshavn becoming FO-110 Tórshavn.


The country code DK is now required by law, but they frequently left it out in practice.


The city name is given before the code.



Denmark postal code sample:


1000 København C (Copenhagen City)


6100 Haderslev


DK-9000 Aalborg



Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark


Asiatisk Plads 2


DK-1448 Copenhagen K



or in Danish


Udenrigsministeriet


Asiatisk Plads 2


1448 København K - not really with the DK - Be mindful that the DK or Denmark should be utilized when sent from abroad.


The postal codes are allocated by a geographic scheme, and most Danes can determine which region an address is from just based on the postal code.



You can use our Denmark postal code map to get a list of Denmark postal codes. 


Zealand (1000-3699 and 4000-4999)


Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, and vicinity (1000-2999)


Northern Zealand (3000-3699)


Central, Southern and Western Zealand, Lolland, Falster, and Møn (4000-4999)


Bornholm (3700-3799)


Funen and isles (5000-5999)


Southern Jutland and parts of Western Jutland (6000-6999)


Northwest Jutland, West Jutland, parts of middle Jutland and Southern Jutland and southeast Jutland (7000-7999)


Eastern Jutland (8000-8999)


Northern Jutland (9000-9999)


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Stig Jensen
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5250 Odense Sv


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