Copenhagen

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Overview

Gateway to style, silver and Scandinavia

About Denmark


Getting there You can get to Copenhagen from Basel, Cologne and Stockholm. Best price and travel duration below.

From Amsterdam 15:06 $81
From Frankfurt 09:19 $48
From Berlin 06:49 $250
From Basel 15:42 $48
From Cologne 10:09 $155
From Stockholm 04:52 $283
From Hamburg 04:46 $155
From Dusseldorf 12:05 $48
From Freiburg 14:53 $48
From Malmo 00:33 $15
From Mannheim 13:04 $81
From Karlsruhe 13:42 $48
From Gothenburg 03:48 $105
From Utrecht 14:38 $48
From Langaa 03:53 $104
From Lubeck 04:08 $143
From Sodertalje 04:44 $272
From Wurzburg 10:45 $143
From Duisburg 12:21 $81
From Fulda 10:25 $81
From Dortmund 10:11 $48
From Hjorring 05:16 $95
From Linkoping 03:23 $245
From Nyborg 01:05 $51
From Vordingborg 01:10 $30
From Hassleholm 01:21 $38
From Nykoebing 01:31 $38
From Naestved 00:53 $25
From Lund 00:46 $15
From Hoeje 00:13 $12
From Roskilde 00:21 $16
From Helsingoer 00:45 $15
From Kristianstad 01:44 $40
From Fredericia 01:48 $89
From Skanderborg 02:41 $82
From Ronneby 03:00 $58
From Mjoelby 03:09 $67
From Nassjo 02:32 $173
From Vaxjo 02:27 $59
From Alvesta 01:58 $54
From Kolding 02:14 $79
From Halmstad 02:24 $53
From Koebenhavn (kbh Lufth Ka) 00:09 $7


Getting around From Copenhagen, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Koebenhavn (kbh Lufth Ka) 00:13 $7
To Roskilde 00:28 $16
To Malmo 00:37 $15
To Lund 01:05 $15
To Helsingborg 01:16 $41
To Kristianstad 01:40 $40
To Nyborg 01:43 $51
To Naestved 01:43 $25
To Hassleholm 02:16 $38
To Alvesta 02:18 $54
To Halmstad 02:24 $53
To Nassjo 02:51 $173
To Mjoelby 03:13 $67
To Ronneby 03:15 $58
To Vaxjo 03:45 $59
To Linkoping 03:46 $59
To Gothenburg 03:48 $87
To Lubeck 03:55 $143
To Norrkoping 04:06 $258
To Hamburg 04:34 $155
To Sodertalje 04:50 $109
To Holstebro 04:54 $99
To Skanderborg 05:07 $97
To Stockholm 05:23 $283
To Hoeje 06:17 $41
To Frederikshavn 06:36 $114
To Berlin 06:45 $250
To Hjorring 08:08 $95
To Kolding 08:55 $109
To Fredericia 09:11 $104
To Vejle 09:28 $109
To Horsens 09:45 $112
To Arhus 10:17 $114
To Wurzburg 10:42 $367
To Dortmund 11:53 $48
To Fulda 12:29 $48
To Cologne 13:20 $48
To Frankfurt 13:46 $48
To Dusseldorf 14:00 $48
To Duisburg 14:16 $48
To Nuremberg 14:44 $229
To Mannheim 14:56 $81
To Karlsruhe 15:22 $81
To Munich 15:23 $202
To Utrecht 16:38 $48
To Freiburg 16:43 $81
To Amsterdam 17:09 $114
To Basel 17:36 $48

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.

Train Station(s)

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.


Koebenhavn H

Address: Banegårdspladsen 7 1570 Copenhagen

 



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Customer reviews

  • "Everything was nice"    
    These is absolutely nothing no mention. Train arrived on time, we got our seats and had an amazing trip trough Sweden until we arrived nearly on time in sweden. Train was clean, employees friendly, nice nice!  
  • "Comfort and Covienience "    
    The experience was marvellous and very comfortable. I didn't realise until we reached Malmo that the journey was about to end,Further we continued the journey in Norway and the experience was much the same  
  • "The south of Sweden by train"    
    The most interesting part of the trip is travelling across Scania and see its marvelous rapefields in bloom in May. Also, the Øresund bridge is quite impressive.  
  • "Great "    
    I think I enjoyed myself here, there's wifi and it was a long trip so that was nice. The seats were okay. All in all, I would take this train again.  
  • "nice"    
    is a good experience that the train go to the ship with us together and cross the sea, seat are comfortable, have minibar to buy drinks.  
  • "Copenhagen to Stockholm "    
    The trip itself was terrific;however, we nearly missed the train in copenhagen because inexplicably the platform was not listed! Finding a human to direct us was also nearly impossible.  
  • "GREAT EXPERIENCE"    
    I DECIDE TO USE THE TRAIN FOR THE CONVENIENCE THAT ITS MORE CONFORTABLE THAN AIRPLANE AND HAVE BETTER VIEWS, IM PLEASED TO SAY THAT THE TRIP FULLFILLED THOSE EXPECTATIVES.  
  • "Vikings on Rails"    
    I travelled the 3 nordic Countries NOR; SVE and DAN by Rail and was more than impressed, especially also in Relation to the Railway System we have here in Germany Price, Service and everything was super and made my Trip a real Success.  
  • "Unable to select seat"    
    While the price was great, the train was great and the journey was great I was never able to select my seat and I received an aisle seat (I prefer window) just in a part where the window is narrow. Fortunately the train was almost empty and I was able to move. But it is definitely unbelievable that you can't choose your seat through your system, while through SJ trains web site you can but you need a swedish credit card.  
  • "separate"    
    I bought all the tickets at the same time but the 6 seats were separate each other, not together !.  
  • "Bad Experience"    
    Unfortunately, there was some technical problem that caused the train to move and shake strongly and rapidly, so it was very unpleasant, especially because we were with little kids. We paid a lot and did not enjoy the ride. Regards, David Leshem  
  • "Berlin to Copenhagen 5 August"    
    Wonderful journey. The train being an hour late did not affect any plans I had. The staff on the train were courteous and helpful. The short journey on the ferry to Denmark was most enjoyable. I had not realised until I arrived at the Berlin station that I had mistakenly booked an aisle seat. I went to the ticket office to try and change the seat booking to a window seat, but the person there said she could not do that. This was very disappointing. I spent most of the journey standing in the corridor near the cafe in order to view the countryside. Seeing that area of Germany was the main reason I chose to travel by train. Standing for such a long time was tiring, especially since I am no longer young, but I did have a good view. It would be very helpful if the main office at the Berlin station was able to adjust a seat booking. Yours sincerely Marguerite Fahy  
  • "AMAZING"    
    Comfortable, Prompt, would have preferred if something to was provided besides tea coffee and a cake bite.  
  • "Good travel"    
    Just, had noisy passengers :)  
  • "Excellent ticket service"    
    Very good trip. Best value for money. Best: excellent, reliable, fast ticket delivery.  
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