Denmark Transport Guide
Denmark has 406 islands and, in turn, features a vast array of scenic ferry routes that connect most islands as well as parts of the country with neighbouring nations.
How to get around Denmark
Denmark’s national rail network provides regular services connecting Copenhagen with towns across the country and to the south of Sweden made cheaper by InterRail and Eurail passes. Domestic flights and several ferry and coach services help connect the dots on the map where the trains don’t go. Denmark is a friendly place to catch a taxi as well as to drive with a high safety record and short distance between towns and attractions, should you want to hire a car. Just follow the clearly marked rules and pay attention to all the extra cyclists in built-up areas. Copenhagen’s dense and flat terrain makes it an ideal place to jump on your bike and cycle your way to an adventure. Follow the locals and stick to the allocated bikeways where possible.