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Ragged seaboards and old towns dating back to the middle Ages, that is what is waiting for you in Denmark.

Over 2,600 km of tracks make up the railway network of Denmark. The national railway operator is the DSB (Danske Statsbaner), also known as the Danish State Railways in English. DSB is the most important railway company in Scandinavia. Denmark has train connections to neighbouring countries such as Sweden and Germany. Travellers can use the SJ’s X 2000 service to reach Stockholm. The trip to Germany can be made by using the EuroCity and ICE. IC3 and IR4 are popular trains in Denmark.

Denmark, the small Nordic land of 400 islands, is synonymous of modern cities, picturesque countryside and efficient public infrastructure. The endless opportunities for country walks and seaside breaks as well as the variety of museums and festivals will easily satisfy the most enthusiastic visitors. Experience the excellent Nordic cuisine, witness the legacy of the Vikings and take a look at the castles, manors and palaces, heritage of 1,000 years of kingdomship.


Wander around the city of Copenhagen. Have a walk in the garden of Tivoli, from the 19th century, and see the Round Tower (19th century). If you prefer renaissance style, take a train to Aalborg. In Åarhus’s town, admire lovely half-timbered houses but also contemporary art. Discover some tombs of the royal dynasty of Denmark in the gothic St Knud’s cathedral, in Odense.


If you travel by train, you will have time to look at the countryside. In Northern Denmark, you can enjoy the flat landscape to go cycling and see the seas (Skagerak and Kattegatt). If you are not after cycling, go to the rolling greens of Jutland region, which also provides rivers to kayak.

Take home

Try the local herb-flavoured spirit aquavit and bring a bottle back from Aalborg. If you prefer jewels, why do not you buy cufflinks from the designer Georg Jensen? It would be an ideal present. You can also find anything you need for your interior’s home.

Eat & Drink

Sort of porridge made of rugbrød (rye-bread) and beer, try the øllebrød, which is the traditional dish. You should also taste the dishes with smoked herring or with eel. If you prefer something more “common”, try the pork with parsley sauce. If you travel by train, pastries from Denmark are perfect to fill you up.

New Perspective

Istedgade Street in Copenhagen was once seedy but is now a cool place to have a coffee or to go shopping.

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Reviews & ratings

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    Lucerne to Berlin | Ken d. | 2017/01/25
    "Absolutely beautiful countryside through the window of the train. Switzerland and Germany in winter is amazing. "

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    Train from Rome to Geneva | Anne w. | 2017/01/19
    "The train was very comfortable. People were very helpful and the announcements at stations very good. Thanks you "

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    Comfortable, but mixed review | Katerina d. | 2017/01/16
    "It was not clear online that wifi is only provided once we crossed the border into Germany. Wifi also did not work on my connecting ICE train between Frankfurt and Munich, which was a disappointment as I needed to contact those meeting me upon my arrival. There were no lockers for my suitcase, despite it being advertised online so I had to keep it next to me as was too big to go overhead. Otherwise, a nice, yet expensive for value, experience. "

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    Amsterdam to Osnabrueck | Rosalyn o. | 2017/01/15
    "This trip went very smoothly. It was on time and the seats were comfortable. The Wi-Fi was useful. "

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    Hamburg to Nurnberg | Rosalyn o. | 2017/01/15
    "The train was comfortable and was on time. We found the Wi-Fi useful too. There was not enough room for our luggage and these had to be kept in the entrance foyer of the carriage so I found myself having to get up at every stop to make sure they were not in the way of entering and exiting passengers. other passengers had theirs in corridors, so additional luggage space would be beneficial. Also we found that there was a conflict of seat numbers as there was someone in one of our seats when we boarded and during the course of the trip another passenger had the same seat number as us and the train guard was called to sort it out. These things made the trip a little awkward but apart from this the trip was pleasurable. "

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    Good alternative to flying | Louise s. | 2017/01/14
    "The ticket from Australia was "open" so attend the ticket office in the week beforehand to secure designated seats for €4 each. Half the carriage faces backwards. There are 2 stations in Lisbon. Board earlier at the Terminus (not Lisboa Oriente) to secure baggage space in your carriage. There is a cafe on board but we took food. On board, you need to show both your Australian issued tickets AND your seat allocation receipt to the guard. I travelled with an elderly companion and access was easy at Lisbon with lifts at the Porto end. A great trip. "

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    Zurich to Munich | Jennifer l. | 2017/01/12
    "The train was really comfortable and the service excellent. It did lack enough space for large suitcases. "

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    Berlin to Vienna via Praha | Christine r. | 2017/01/05
    "Very convenient and comfortable way to travel, a lot less hassle than catching a plane but a bit on the expensive side. "

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    Quiet and comfortable | Robert m. | 2017/01/05
    "I travelled in 1st class. 2nd class was very crowded, noisy, with people eating food and a slight 3rd-world ambience. "

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    Eurail Spain 5 day Pass | Lynn h. | 2017/01/04
    "Very nice trains. Little disappointed by lack of meals or other mobile snack service on board given we had a first class ticket. Found the reservation process a little tedious. Was not able to reserve one train (Seville - Madrid) from Australia. Had to wait until we had arrived in Spain to reserve at Madrid Atocha ticket desk. Found it very expensive to reserve a seat. Was happy to reserve but it is too expensive when compared to the ticket purchase price. "

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