Eurail Denmark Pass: How to buy, use? Travel routes, List of cities to visit in Denmark using Denmark Rail Pass

What is a Rail Pass?

The rail pass is nothing but a train pass (travel document) which entitles one to travel on European trains.

Is there any benefits of having an EU Rail | Interrail pass?

Yes, if you have any one of the rail passes, there will be discounted rates on shopping and hotel stay, and some museum/attraction has free entry / discounted entry rate

Travel throughout Denmark with Eurail Denmark Rail Pass

Get a Eurail Denmark Pass for the best way to discover the beautiful coastline, jaw-dropping scenery and national parks. Hop on the train for an easy breezy adventure to popular cities like Copenhagen, Aalborg, Aarhus and Odense. The Eurail Pass is your ticket to everything Danish. You’ll find everything you’re looking for when traveling by train in Denmark. Your Eurail Pass will get you there quickly and efficiently

Which Train/Ferries accepts Eurail Denmark Rail Pass?

  • Railway Company: DSB, Arriva, DSB S-Tog, DSB-Øresund, Nordjydske Jernbaner, and Lokaltog
  • Ferry Company: Fjord Line

How to buy and book Denmark Eurail Pass?

1. Visit

2. Select traveler’s age

Eurail Denmark Pass


3. View Pass types and cost

4. Select your pass

Eurail Denmark Pass

5. Click “Add to cart” and “Checkout”

6. Select either a mobile pass or a Paper pass

7. If you choose the paper pass then enter your shipping address

8. Enter the personal information

9. Make a Payment

10. The passes were sent to you via registered mail.


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How to make a seat reservation if you have Denmark Eurail Pass?

  • Eurail reservation self-service system
  • Locally at the train station
  • DSB (Danish railways): Domestic trains (IC, IC-Lyn)
  • DSB (via b-europe): Domestic and international trains except Sweden (IC, IC-Lyn, IC to Hamburg)
  • SJ (Swedish Railways): International trains to/from Sweden only (X2000, EN Berlin – Stockholm)
  • Snälltaget: Only Berlin – Copenhagen – Stockholm night train
  • DB (German railways): International trains to Germany (IC)

Which trains in Denmark require reservations?

  • SJ High-speed train: approximately €9 (DKK 67) in 2nd class and €18 (DKK 134) in 1st class
  • Intercity (IC trains to and from Germany): €4,50 (DKK 33) in 2nd class and €5,90 (DKK 44) in 1st class. Required during summer season only (17 June until 21 August)
  • SJ Euronight: fees depend on destination and type of seat/bed booked.
  • Snälltåget: fees depend on destination and type of seat/bed booked.

Which routes you can travel with Eurail Denmark Rail Pass?

  • Copenhagen to Alborg
  • Copenhagen to Arhus
  • Copenhagen to Esbjerg
  • Copenhagen to Odense
  • Aalborg to Hirtshals (ferry to Norway)
  • Aalborg to Frederikshavn (Ferry to Norway and Sweden)

Eurail aid office in Denmark

How to set up / activate / deactivate the (Eurail pass) mobile pass? How to board the train with EU pass? Download the Rail Planner app?

List of Eurail Aid Offices

View the List of Eurail Aid Offices Address, Open hours, How to get assistance with Eurail Pass? through the above link.

Lesser-Known Destinations That Can Be Explored Through Eurail Pass

Click the above link to view some of the best lesser-known destinations in Europe that can be explored through Eurail passes

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