Gateway to style, silver and Scandinavia
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Getting around From Copenhagen, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
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While you're there
Copenhagen, experience the danish way of life
Tivoli Gardens is the hub of Copenhagen’s cultural scene with live jazz and ornate mansions, but its fairground rides, including the terrifying Star Flyer, bring it firmly into the present. Drink in the sea air, tuck into fresh herring and browse the creations of classy modernist designers.
Culture and quality of life define the face of the Danish capital. Thus, Copenhagen is one of the world’s most environmentally friendly towns.
Since 2000, a bridge over the Baltic Sea connects Copenhagen to Malmö in Sweden. It has broadened the importance of this Scandinavian door toward the North. Alongside many harbours and beaches, Copenhagen is laden with huge parks, and a wide range of old and modern architecture.
Experiment the depths of the town through its underground or waterbuses, or simply with a bicycle, so you will look like a real Dane. And don’t forget to taste their hundredth of danish beers.
Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Copenhagen can be found.
Interactive Rail Map
Main cities in Denmark
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- "It was nice" Aivaras s. 29/12/2013
- "Amazing" Maxwadi m. 05/11/2013
It was a very very nice experienced traveling by train across the sea. Train was comfortable, staff very friendly, and most of all at the ferry it was very excitied. If anyone have a good time try eurotrain unquestionable.
- "No Communication!" Jennifer u. 25/10/2013
I had an overnight ticket from Dusseldorf to Copenhagen with an onward journey to Gothenburg but when I got to Dusseldoft HBF to board my train, there was absolutely NO information other than the sign at the track saying the train wasn't going from Dusseldorf. I had no previous communication from Rail Europe to indicate this. There was nobody at the track to give directions and I had to scramble to find out from the customer service desk that I should take another train to Duisberg and get on my overnight train at midnight (two hours after I was expecting to board it in Dusseldorf and WAY past my bedtime!). The journey itself was comfortable enough and the service was good. But nobody could tell me what time we were to arrive in Copenhagen until about 15 minutes before we actually did - and that was 2 hours later than my ticket had originally indicated!! Needless to say, by the time I arrived in Gothenburg I was confused, tired, hungry and very very late.
- "ICE" Siew Lin s. 24/10/2013
One of our best train rides as this was our first experience where the train was on the cruise ship while crossing from Germany to Denmark. Remarkable!
- "Day trip" David s. 20/10/2013
OK except the sign at the Hamburg station still had the previous train-bit confusing the next one leaving should be at the top of the board on the platform! Quite a long walk to the ferry and the train on the sea crossing.
- "City Night Line Koeln-Copenhag" Markku s. 10/09/2013
The train went broken in Padborg, and I had problems with further connections. Fortunately, I had an opportunity to take a 9.10 local train to Copenhagen, and the service at that train was excellent.
- "My opinion" Youssef e. 08/09/2013
Very convenient from Copenhaguen To Stockholm Little bit expensive considering the confort on board. Very clean but I think it's time to change the floor lining. Some disturbance with people using their phone.
- "Paper tickets in 2013?" Miguel c. 01/09/2013
The only thing strange was the paper tickets requirement. You should have some sort of eletronic ticket to deliver bey email to the customer.
- "From Norway to Sweden" Man Wai Erik l. 30/08/2013
Train left Oslo and reached Stockholm on time
- "Value for money" . 29/08/2013
We have an excellent experience to travel in ICE
- "Comfy ride" . 28/08/2013
Comfy ride, pretty quick.... Poor air-condidtioning on return trip, especially on german side??
- "It was interesting" Maria Teresa m. 27/08/2013
We arrived on time.
- "Excellent" . 13/08/2013
This was our favorite trip. Even riding the ferry was an adventure.
- "A fast and comfortable journey" Ka Ming Raymond l. 12/08/2013
The train was quite modern and comfortable and was essentially on time.
- "Unexpected ferry ride" Ka Ming Raymond l. 12/08/2013
The train traveled onboard a ferry during part of the journey. I've never traveled in this way before and the sea view as seen on the ferry was magnificent and the air was extremely fresh. What a great journey!