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Compared with their majestic infrastructure, Danish trains seem modest: fast, modern and efficient. an archipelago. Either you’re still googling or searching for that geography textbook. Or you know that Denmark fits that description. That’s because it’s located on a large body of water, in this case the Baltic Sea, and consists of many scattered islands.

Maybe that’s why the Danish invented the railway ferry. Trains would go on a ferryboat, cross the sea channels and continue their trip on the other side. Today, there are still a few railway ferry services between Copenhagen and Hamburg, but the Great Belt fixed link has replaced most of them. This engineering masterpiece—and the largest construction project in Danish history—is both a 5-mile railway tunnel and a 22,000-foot bridge. Naturally, the link has drastically reduced travel times—what once took an hour by ferry, now takes just ten minutes.

Compared with their majestic infrastructure, Danish trains seem modest: fast, modern and efficient. Most intercity lines offer a first class option (Comfort) that is more roomy and quiet and is an excellent value for the money. There’s open seating on all trains, making it easy to travel with a rail pass. Maybe that’s why Scandinavian passes are such a good deal.

For more information on Denmark contact the Denmark Tourist Board.

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Reviews & ratings

  • Efficient and on time service | . | 2017/03/04
    "Excellent service. On time and comfortable "

  • Convenience
    A trip over Alpes | Paola c. | 2017/03/01
    "I've been travelling to Geneve to meet my daughter. the train was very comfortable and the staff very kind. I bought a good sandwich with salami and butter, a black tea with cinnamon. Very new flavour for me. The viw around the lake from Geneve to Montreux was great. "

  • Value for money
    PARIS ANNIVERSY | Stephen c. | 2017/02/23

  • Value for money
    Stuttgart to Hamburg | Peter m. | 2017/02/22
    "A very pleasant trip "

  • Value for money
    Travel, Time  | Caryn h. | 2017/02/22
    "We used the 3 country travel pass. When planning your trip, be sure to lay out all the days you will travel so that you can use the pass for the long journeys. Sometimes its easier and cheaper to get a day pass at the station when doing day trips and conserve on the number of days of your Rail Pass. It was convenient, good value for the money and nice to sit back and enjoy the scenery. "

  • Value for money
    Swiss Railway is the best | Satawat t. | 2017/02/20
    "An application is very useful and easy to use.. "

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    Paris Est - Chaumont  | Catherine  b. | 2017/02/19
    "Excellent service ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Catherine Benedetti-Smith "

  • Value for money
    Nice journey | Nur Hazlin j. | 2017/02/11
    "Very convenient "

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    Great choice for travelling | Juan a. | 2017/02/11
    "After this trip a lot of mu friends are asking me how did it go. It was very convenient. Personnel on the stations and in the trains were very kind and service oriented. Our journey was done with no big delay and with good options like going to prague and innsbruck. Great value for the money. Whenever we'll go back we'll be using this choice. Thanks for the help and service. "

  • frankfurt to colone | . | 2017/02/06
    "very good trip enjoy journey "

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