Varlose is a city in Fureso Municipality inside the northwestern outskirts of Copenhagen, Denmark. As of 2014, it has a populace of 13,083. Situated on the west facet of the Hillerod Motorway, among Farum Lake to the north and Sonderso Lake to the south, it is surrounded with the aid of forest on three sides. Modern Varlose emerged around Varlose station inside the 1950s. The unique centre of the parish become the village of Kirke Varlose, located 3 kilometres to the west. The communities have now almost merged. Kirke Varlose is cited in 1321–23 as Vetherlosa maklæ.
The which means of the call is uncertain however it could be an antique call for the lake Sonderso. The suffix -lose means "area used for grazing in a clearing". The word makle means Freat. With the hole of the Slangerup Rail Line in 1906, Lille Værlose, a smaller village 3 kilometres to the east, obtained a extra favorable place. Its environment turned into redeveloped with summer time houses within the 1940s. DSB took over the Slangerup Rail Line in 1945, shortening it with Farum as the new terminus in 1943. The fast boom of Copenhagen's suburbs within the 1950s and 1960s also affected Lille Værlose, whose populace quintupled between 1950 and 1970.