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Rail Tours in Denmark

Train Travel in Denmark – Just a Fairytale Away

Once the seat of Viking raiders, Denmark is now a prosperous and modern nation. The Danish can claim as their own the bustling waterfront at Nyhavn, the Tivoli Gardens at Copenhagen and the works of Hans Christian Andersen. Train travel in Denmark is often best remembered by Renaissance castles, 18th century villages and impressive Viking ruins. Nowhere in Denmark is more than an hour and a half away from the craggy coast line and when you are using the Danish public transport system it often takes even less time as train travel in Denmark is amongst the best in Europe.

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Baltic Explorer 2015The Little Mermaid, Copenhagen

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Discover the contrasting cultures of the fascinating Baltic region, from colourful Scandinavia to the splendour of Russia, via the historic countries of Latvia and Estonia. Explore glorious palaces and UNESCO World Heritage sites on this unique Baltic Explorer rail tour.

Grand Arctic Circle Explorer 2015Grand Arctic Circle Explorer rail tour

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Explore Denmark, Sweden and Norway on this truly spectacular overland rail adventure. We visit the region's three magnificent and lively capital cities, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Oslo and Norway's awe-inspiring fjords, the wild landscapes north of the Arctic Circle in the land of the midnight sun.

The Spectacular Norwegian FjordsThe Spetacular Norwegian Fjords

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Travel with Great Rail Journeys on the Norwegian Star and voyage from Copenhagen to Bergen along the dramatic coastline of Norway.

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Train Travel in Denmark - Traveller's Notes

If you want to understand the Danish you need to understand "hygge". Hygge doesn't translate directly into most other languages but in English we would describe it as an atmosphere of good natured wellbeing. Anyone who has experienced train travel in Denmark will probably have experienced hygge. It is the feeling that makes the difference between having people around you and being with friends. Good company, good food and a good atmosphere add hygge to any situation.

To talk to someone about train travel in Denmark or for advice on rail journeys please call the number at the top of this page.

Capital City:Copenhagen
Currency:Danish Krone
Electricity:European adaptor required
Famous for:Vikings, fairytales and bacon
Population:5.5 million
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