Denmark by Train

Getting around Denmark by train and metro...

There are frequent trains providing links to most parts of Denmark. The largest Danish rail company in the country (and Scandinavia) is state-owned Danske Statsbaner (DSB). Denmark operates about 2,600 Km of track that is maintained by Banedanmark. As well as DSB, Arriva also operate some routes in Jutland.

There are international routes from Denmark, connecting to Sweden and Germany. Where necessary these routes run via bridges and a train ferry. The ├śresund train connects Denmark to Sweden.

Copenhagen Metro

DSB run a commuter train called the S-train (S-tog) around the suburbs of Copenhagen from approximately 05:00 until 00:30 (from 06:00 on Sundays). In addition to the commuter trains, Copenhagen also has a metro system that services Copenhagen, Frederiksberg and Tarnby. It has 22 stations on two lines and runs for approximately 20 Km providing links to the airport and the suburb of Amager.