Denmark offers much to travelers young and old. Fortunately, there is a rail pass to match : the Eurail Denmark Pass. It gives you extensive travel on the national rail network of Denmark, with your choice of first or second class travel for 3, 4, 5 or 8 days of rail travel within a one-month period. You can also decide whether you’d prefer those travel days to be consecutive or non-consecutive. Now, where to go…
You’ll definitely want to make tracks to the capital. Copenhagen by train effortlessly whisks you to its popular fairytale garden, Tivoli. But that’s really only the beginning of this storybook land. How about a look around Odense, the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen ? Or Helsingor, Hamlet’s hometown, where richly colored architecture adorns charming cobblestone streets ?
Denmark has something for everyone. But with a rail pass, that doesn’t include stress, high gas prices, or airport schedules. For retail therapy, stroll down Stroget, Europe’s longest pedestrian shopping street. That’s where fashion mavens Prada, Louis Vuitton and Chanel strut their stuff. And when it’s time to wake your inner child instead of your outer shopper, there’s Billund— and the most awesome of all Legolands …a spectacular outdoor exhibition of buildings, monuments, cities and villages constructed from more than 33 million legos ! You’ll even find your pass has additional travel benefits, like discounts on ferries to Germany, Sweden and Norway.
The Eurail Denmark Pass from Rail Europe. In the homeland of Legos, it’s a rail pass that’s a snap to travel with.