Train in Denmark

    Denmark. From archipelago to I’m-really-ready-to-go.

    It’s that time. Let’s get booking. It’s easy, too, with all the information you need right here. Simply enter your itinerary, and we’ll give you everything you need to compare travel options, from city-to-city tickets to more flexible country passes. There’s even instant pricing information so you feel ready to commit. Come on. Let’s go. From archipelago to archipela-gone!

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    Here’s a Nordic track that works out for heavy travelers.

    There’s no better way to visit more of Scandinavia than with a rail pass. It’s an affordable way to explore more of the region while allowing for greater freedom and spontaneity than regular tickets. So take a look.

    Some trains require reservations. Does yours?

    Feel free to hop on and off Denmark’s trains without reservations using your pass. But reservations are recommended when traveling on international trains to and from Denmark. And they are required on the SJ High-speed trains traveling to Stockholm and on overnight trains. Reservations are at an additional cost and can be requested within 60 days of your travel date.

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    Copenhagen Sightseeing

    City Sightseeing Copenhagen Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

    Enjoy a comprehensive tour of vibrant Copenhagen on-board a double-decker bus. With views of the most popular sites including Amalienborg Palace, The Little Mermaid and Rosenberg Castle, there’s no better way to spend your day in the city.