Eurail Denmark-Germany Pass

  • Denmark
    Travel to the Kronborg Castle in Helsingor. © Bob Krist/VisitDenmark
  • Munich
    Explore the flourishing city of Munich, Germany.
  • German Rail Pass
    Experience the ultra-modern first class seating on-board ICE trains. © Deutsche Bahn AG

Eurail Denmark-Germany Pass: All Systems Go

 

Scandinavia is closer to Western Europe than most realize. Travel them both with the Eurail Denmark-Germany Pass. It gives you extensive travel on the national rail networks of Denmark and Germany, with your choice of first or second class rail travel for 4, 5, 6, 8 or 10 days within a two-month period. Saverpass discounts available for 2 or more traveling together. You can also decide whether you’d prefer those travel days to be consecutive or non-consecutive.

Whether you go to Germany or Denmark, or from Denmark to Germany, you’ll find similarities in your rail experiences. We’d call it happiness. Both offer quite modern rail, with Germany priding itself on its ability to go from any one German city to another with speed and ease and added coverage on the S-Bahn(local railways) that operates in most major German cities. It’s an incredibly efficient system and can be counted on for comfort and reliability. Denmark is modern as well, with a national pride in Danish design. You’ll find this everywhere, from cosmopolitan shopping in the capital of Copenhagen, to the global birthplace of Legos and Legoland in Billund.

And in addition to the great deal the Eurail Denmark-Germany Pass already is, you’ll find plenty of additional travel discounts for international ferries and popular attractions.

The Eurail Denmark-Germany Pass. Two fabulous places to visit, one fabulous way to do it.

Additional Resources

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