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Overview A spiral corridor swirls up inside Copenhagen's Round Tower like the chocolate in a Danish pastry, while sand dunes curve gently around the Skagen coastline. Discover the land of the Little Mermaid for yourself.
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Denmark

The national railway company of Denmark is known as the DSB (Danske Statsbaner). Denmark has over 2,600 km of railway network. Train tickets for trains operating in Denmark can be booked in advance. International trains connect Denmark with neighbouring countries such as Sweden and Germany. Book train tickets to visit main cities of Denmark by train. Danish cities including Odense, Alborg and Copenhagen are all served by trains.

Cityscape

In Copenhagen, visit the 17th-century Round Tower and Tivoli’s 19th-century pleasure gardens. Head north to Dutch renaissance Aalborg, taking Denmark’s DSB train to eclectic Åarhus’s half-timbered cottages and contemporary architecture. Between the main landmasses, Jutland and Zealand, is Fune island and Odense’s Gothic Saint Knud’s Cathedral.

Landscape

Travel by train through Denmark’s countryside. In the north, cycle across Skagen’s flat landscape and see the waves of the two seas Skagerak and Kattegatt meet at a sandbar. Play golf on Jutland’s rolling greens or kayak along Zealad’s Susåen river or Gudenåen on Jutland.

Take Home

Buy herb-flavoured spirit aquavit in Aalborg and designer Danish jewellery like Georg Jensen cufflinks. For contemporary interiors, invest in a stylish Bang & Olufsen sound system or ship home vintage minimalist furniture.

Eat & Drink

Try traditional Øllebrød, porridge with rye bread, sugar and beer. Classic Danish dishes include pickled herring, pork with parsley sauce and smoked fish like herring and eel on quiet Bornholm island. Before boarding a DSB train in Denmark, stock up on freshly baked Danish pastries.

New Perspective

Find cutting-edge boutiques and cool cafés along the once-seedy, now transformed Istedgade street in Copenhagen’s eclectic Vesterbro neighbourhood.

Benefits

Rail Pass benefits in Denmark

Private Rail Roads

  • 50% off on the Arriva and DSB-Øresund private railroad.
  • 50% off on the Nordjyske Jernbaner (private railway) between Frederikshaven – Skagen and Hirtshals – Hjorring.

Ferries
10% discount between June 20 and August17 (high season). 20% discount during low season to travel on board the ferries of Fjord Line between Hirtshals-Kristiansand, Hirtshals-Langesund (20% all year) and Hirtshals-Stavanger - Bergen.

Museum
25% reduction to visit the Danish Railway Museum, in Odense.

Trains
1st class pass holders get free access to the DSB lounges in Århus, Copenhagen and Odense.

Attractions
Get a free gift in the Rock Shop for any purchase. Hard Rock Café, Vesterbrogade #3 Copenhagen.

Buses
If you have a Global Pass, you only need a seat reservation to board the international IC bus. Otherwise if you have a rail pass which is not valid in a country where the bus operates, you will need a reservation and a ticket. Routes are Berlin-Copenhagen.

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