It`s easy to travel around in Denmark

It`s easy to travel around in Denmark

Getting around in Denmark

Denmark has a swift, easy-to-use public transport system which runs reliable and is well-structured.


Domestic flights in Denmark

The domestic flight traffic in Denmark is a relatively small compared with other countries, but there are several daily flights from Copenhagen to cities around Denmark. SAS has direct flights to Aarhus, Aalborg, and Billund. Norwegian has direct flights to Aalborg, Billund, and Karup.

 
Train travel in Denmark

In Denmark, the national rail operator DSB operates between Copenhagen and towns across Denmark and southern Sweden. Train from the capital of Copenhagen to Aarhus will take three hours, to Aalborg four hours and Odense two and a half hour.  You can buy a ticket at the every train station ticket office or use the ticket automats on the platforms with English languages. Small shops like seven eleven also provide tickets. If you want to buy online tickets, please see our related info.


Denmark by coach

You can also travel by coach around Denmark. Several different companies are operating, but not all of them have English-languages websites, so it’s a good idea to contact the tourist office of the destination you have in mind, to ask for their guidance on routes and tickets. There is one big international operator, Flixbus, which has good and cheap connections across Denmark.

 
Travelling by ferry to the beautiful islands 

In Denmark, you will find a lot of islands and ferry routes. There are thousands of ferry routes, and the easiest way is to ask the local tourist office and visit our ferry list for more details. See more information under related links.


Online travel planner

When visiting another country, a travel planner is a must. On "Rejseplanen.dk" you can plan your trip and book tickets for trains and buses.


Self-drive in Denmark

In Denmark, it is safe to drive by yourselves and planning a self-drive holiday, and the distances between sights and cities are short. Of course, you will have to follow the Danish driving rules and take care when driving in Denmark, but you can easily make an enjoyable and own tailor-made holiday in Denmark. If you follow the "Marguerite route" which is 3,600 kilometers long, you will be able to find many of the most beautiful nature sites in Denmark.

Biking in Denmark

Denmark is very easy to explore on a bike with over 10,000 km of biking routes. Many of the cities in the country have bicycle rentals for interested visitors and locals. Many Danes use their bicycle to and from work, and in Copenhagen, it is more than 40 percent. The bike lanes are extensive and impressive - therefore Denmark is one of the countries in the world where you can see most bicycles. 


Rent a car

It is also easy to rent a car in Denmark, and you will find many of the international car rental companies in the country.

Why visit Denmark

The Happy Danes

The Happy Danes

The Danes was awarded as the most happy people in the World in 2013, 2014 and 2016 by The United Nations World Happiness Report.

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Unique Architecture

Unique Architecture

Danish design products are the essence of high quality, creativity, simplicity and comfort.

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Natural Adventures

Natural Adventures

Denmark is unique related to beautiful wide sandy beaches, but also for cliffs with great views.

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Fairy Tale Castles

Fairy Tale Castles

Enjoy and be captivated by the Danish fairy tale castles

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The Brave Vikings

The Brave Vikings

In Denmark, you can find traces of the Vikings many places. Visit an attraction, event or landmark to get inspired.

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H.C. Andersen`s Fairy Tales

H.C. Andersen`s Fairy Tales

Find out about the world famous writer and his life

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Distinctive Attractions

Distinctive Attractions

Find out about Danish distinctive attractions

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Popular City Breaks

Popular City Breaks

Be amused and enjoy a stay in Danish popular cities

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Funen

Funen

Funen is located in the middle of Denmark between Zealand and Jutland.
It is famous as home island of H.C. Andersen, but Funen has a lot more to offer especially in the summer,

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Castle Hotels in Denmark

Kokkedal Castle

Kokkedal Castle

Get the celebrity treatment with world-class service at Kokkedal Castle Copenhagen.

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Hindsgavl Castle Hotel

Hindsgavl Castle Hotel

It is difficult not to be impressed when you visit Hindsgavl Castle in Funen in Denmark.

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Dronninglund Slot

Dronninglund Slot

Dronninglund was earlier a royal residence, today you have the privilege to stay in the royal historical settings in Denmark

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Broholm Castle

Broholm Castle

Experience a historic stay at Broholm Castle Hotel.

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Kragerup Gods

Kragerup Gods

Stay at the historical Kragerup Manor at Mid-Zealand, where even the famous author Karen Blixen spent vacation days.

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Gram Slotskro

Gram Slotskro

Gram Slotskro is situated in the old South Jutland castle town Gram where it is easy to sense the presence of history.

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Getting around in Denmark

Top Attractions in Copenhagen

The Little Mermaid

The Little Mermaid

The Little Mermaid sculpture in Copenhagen is one of the most famous attractions in Copenhagen, and it was created with inspiration from a famous fairy tale written by Hans Christian Andersen.

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Amalienborg Palace

Amalienborg Palace

Denmark is one of the oldest monarchies in the world and Amalienborg Palace is the residence of the Royal Family.

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Tivoli Gardens

Tivoli Gardens

Tivoli is the second oldest amusement park in the world with amusements, green oases, gourmet food, events, concerts and much more

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Alternative Christiania

Alternative Christiania

The Freetown Christiania, a society within a society, about a community who wanted to stay and live by their own rules.

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Rosenborg Castle

Rosenborg Castle

In Rosenborg Castle, you are invited to take an incredible journey back in time.

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Nyhavn

Nyhavn

Take a walk through historic Nyhavn with the many beautiful historic houses. Hans Christian Andersen, the famous Danish author, lived here and got inspiration to write many of his famous fairy tales. Today Nyhavn has enjoyable cozy restaurants and cafes, and especially in the summer Nyhavn is a hit for both locals and many tourists.

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The National Museum

The National Museum

The National Museum in Copenhagen is one of Denmark`s most visited museums.

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National Aquarium Denmark

National Aquarium Denmark

In Northern Europe's largest aquarium you can discover the ocean wildlife from all over the world and one of Denmark`s architectural pearls.

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Visit Carlsberg

Visit Carlsberg

Carlsberg Museum is one of Copenhagen´s most popular museums and tells the story about the famous beer.

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