Your Eurail rail pass is your ticket to everything Danish. Whether you’re into vibrant cities, lovely beaches, lush forests or beautiful countryside, you’ll find everything you’re looking for when you travel by train in Denmark. And your Eurail pass will take you there, quickly and efficiently.
Traveling by train in Denmark
Denmark quick facts
Population: 5.6 million
Currency: Danish krone (DKK)
Dialing code: +45
Trains in Denmark
Denmark has a railway system that connects virtually every part of the country with Copenhagen. The Danish State Railways (DSB) runs almost all train services, except for a few private lines.
Places to visit
A step between two worlds
The main ‘peninsula’ connecting Denmark to Germany offers a wide variety of sights and styles. The northernmost tip (Grenen) allows you to – literally – put one foot in the North Sea, and the other foot in the Kattegat. Don’t miss Lønstrup Cliffs (Lønstrup Klint), and the fabulous shifting sand dunes of Råbjerg Mile. The capital of Jutland, Aarhus (Arhus) and the lively city of Alborg provides a taste of the modern life, while fabulous white sand beaches dot the western coast.
The spectacular Aarhus Old Town (Den Gamle By) is a 20-minute walk, or 8-minute bus ride, from central station Aarhus H.
A walk through time
Built around 700 A.D., Ribe’s ancient architecture, old-world charm, and well-maintained cobblestone streets give the town a unique feel. The town is a living museum – complete with its own Night Watchman, who strolls the town as evening falls. The Ribe Cathedral and St. Catharinæ Church & Abbey should certainly be on your list. But there is also plenty of art and history on display in Ribe’s many museums, like the fabulous Viking Museum.
From the Ribe station, the Viking Museum is less than a 1-minute walk.
Building blocks of fun
Use your Eurail Denmark Pass to make your way to Billund, and discover Legoland: a theme park built with the famous, colorful interlocking plastic toy bricks. The adventure begins in Miniland, in the heart of the park, where you can see a mini Lego version of the world, including many famous landmarks, built from 20 million of the little bricks. There’s also a 4D Cinema, rides and games, and more.
Legoland is in Billund, about 30 minutes southeast of Grindsted, in central Jutland. From Copenhagen, Billund is about 3 hours by train.
Colorful, cultural capital
Copenhagen (København) is one of Europe's oldest capitals and features dozens of museums and shops, charming canals, colorful row houses, lush parks and tranquil lakes. Its nearly two million inhabitants have created a melting pot of culture that makes this city unlike any other in the world. Don’t miss the exciting Tivoli Gardens amusement park, and be sure to stroll the Strøget, the longest pedestrian street in Europe.
Copenhagen Central Station (København H) is directly across from Tivoli Gardens.
The isle of imagination
The quaint island of Funen (Fyn) is the birthplace of storyteller Hans Christian Anderson. After walking in his footsteps and learning about the life and works of the world’s most beloved author, take time to explore the island. Among the renaissance architecture (such as the remarkable Egeskov Castle), more than 120 castles and manor houses and unique museums, you’ll find a heart rich with tradition and honor.
To reach Egeskov Castle, take the train to station Kværndrup st, and then take the bus directly to the castle grounds. The bus ride is only about 10 minutes.
Across the whole of the country the Danish celebrate the Vikings with the performance of traditional Viking plays.
Around Sealand Boat Race
The boats depart from the harbor at Helsingør, and the route around the island depends upon the winds.
Helsingør harbor can be reached by bus from the main station.
Copenhagen Jazz festival
Copenhagen hosts a summer, autumn and winter version of this jazz festival. The summer edition turns Copenhagen into a jazz stronghold. Concerts are held all over the city centre and most of them are free.
The Jazz Festival takes place at venues all over Copenhagen, easily accessible with the capital’s extended public transport network.
Eurail passes for Denmark
Most popular passes with Denmark
Eurail Global Pass from USD$353
The Eurail Global Pass is the flexible and value-for-money train pass that lets you explore up to 28 countries by rail. Hop on board comfortable trains that take you right to the center of Europe's cities. One day you're relaxing on a gondola ride in Venice and the next you're discovering Prague's fairy-tale castle.View Eurail Global Pass
Eurail Denmark Pass from USD$127
The Eurail Denmark Pass is your key to discovering the best of Denmark. Sample world-class cuisine at one of Copenhagen's many Michelin starred restaurants and see well-preserved ships at the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde.View Eurail Denmark Pass
Eurail Denmark - Germany Pass from USD$223
The Eurail Denmark-Germany Pass lets you explore these two countries by train. Check out Berlin's intriguing history and underground scene, enjoy a chilled Bavarian beer in Munich and visit the famous Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen.View Eurail Denmark - Germany Pass
All Eurail passes with Denmark
Here's a list of all Eurail passes for your travels through this country:
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