With its extensive railway network, Denmark is ideally suited for exploring by train and DSB (the Danish national rail company) is ready to welcome you onboard. If you are planning to travel between cities or to different regions of Denmark, the train is the obvious choice. The train is a perfect way to observe the beautiful Danish countryside and during the journey, you can relax, read a book, take a nap or plan what you are going to see and explore when you arrive at your destination.
We recommend the ‘Standard’ ticket as it is fully flexible and refundable. It is valid for a specific date, but not for a specific departure – so if you decide to go earlier or later on that day, that’s just fine.
You can add a seat reservation to you ticket - which of course is for a specific departure time.
Note that two children under the age of 12 travel free of charge when accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket. Children between 12 and 16 pay half price.
DSB 1' - travel first class
With DSB 1' you get extra comfort: more personal space, coffee, tea, bottled water and snacks. This ticket is of course also fully flexible and refundable. Seat reservation is included.
Travelling in Copenhagen
There are so many things to explore in Copenhagen. All year around you can go on a canal tour, visit the many museums, see the Queens castles or try the amusement parks Bakken and Tivoli. Public transportation will take you easily to and from the experiences, however, you can also take a city bike to explore the city in real Copenhagen-style!
Travelling in Aarhus
Aarhus has been named by Lonely Planet `one of the 10 European destinations you must see in 2016.´ Aarhus also happens to be the European Capital of Culture 2017. Go visit the many art galleries, museums and cosy quarters the city has to offer – only three hours ride with train from Copenhagen.
Travelling in Odense
Are you travelling to Funen (Fyn)? Go visit the historical town of Odense, birthplace of the world famous fairytale writer, Hans Christian Andersen, and a town full of many other cultural and historical sights. Odense is only 1 ½ hour train ride from Copenhagen or Aarhus with the express train.
Exciting city breaks and stunning nature – what to see
Explore the VisitDenmark website and find all you need to know about which cities and natural sights to visit across the happiest place on Earth - or find out where to taste the New Nordic Cuisine.