Car hire from Billund Airport
This information is correct as of August 2015
Billund is a small town in north Denmark, most well known for it’s brightly coloured houses and the LEGOLAND Theme Park. It’s also easy to reach from Copenhagen by car.
Where to hire a car in Billund Airport
There are a number of car hire companies available to use in Billund Airport, including Avis, Hertz, Budget, Sixt and Europcar. You can find all of these offices inside the terminal building as you exit the airport.
Petrol stations close to Billund Airport
Depending on your car rental agreement, you may need to hand your car back with a full tank.
There is an INGO fuelling station located just outside of the terminal – you’ll drive past it on your way out of the airport. Aternatively, there’s a Q8 station to the north of Billund. Head left when exiting the airport, then take the first exit at the first roundabout, and the second exit on the next roundabout. Continue south, past Netto, and the station will be on your left.
Driving around Billund Airport
It’s fairly easy to drive around Billund Airport, as there’s a main road connecting Billund with Vejle. There’s also a main road leading north to Horsens. As Billund is in the middle of Jutland, it’s well connected to all other parts of mainland Denmark. As Billund is the main centre for LEGOLAND, you’ll find that the theme park is well sign posted as soon as you land.
Popular destinations to drive to from Billund Airport
Billund produces more Legobricks than anywhere else in the world, which isn’t surprising as it’s also home to LEGOLAND. Although LEGOLAND is the big draw, Lalandia is also a popular theme park with families.
It’s easy to reach the town of Billund from the airport. When exiting the airport take Route 28 on the roundabout, and at the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Nordmarksvej. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Granvej and continue into the city. There are designated parking spots within Billund, but they are not widely available. It’s strongly advised you check the car parking facilities at your hotel.
LEGOLAND Resort is closer to the airport than the city of Billund. This resort is popular with both big and little kids, with the brand dating back to the 1930s in Denmark.
When exiting the airport, take the fourth exit onto Laust Rasmussens Vej at the roundabout. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Nordmarksvej and Legoland will be on your right. There are several car parks in Legoland, all of which have a fee, and a hotel if you wish to stay in the resort. You’re able to buy your parking ticket in advance on their website. Lalandia, the other theme park in Billund, is just 5 minutes away from Legoland.
If theme parks aren’t your scene Vejle, the town at end of the Jutland Peninsula, may be more your thing. The Vejle Fjord provides a pretty backdrop to this old Danish town, popular with hikers and those who love spending time outdoors.
To reach Vejle, take the first exit at the roundabout at the airport onto Route 28, and continue for around 14km. Pay & Display car parks are one of the best options here, as parking options are very limited. If you’re exploring around Vejle’s countryside, there are typically car parking facilities available near the attractions.