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Trains in Denmark

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Written on: 30.05.2013 18:41
Helen Minnes
Posts: 3
I cannot find this info online, but I am sure any Danish person will be able to help me with this question. I am arriving in Denmark on 3 July on the ferry from Harwich. I am travelling as a foot passenger and I want to take the train from Esbjerg train station to Roskilde (the main train station because I then want to take the bus as that leaves me nearer to where my friends are camping than the train to Festivalpladsen).
Is there any advantage to buying a train ticket online beforehand, or will it be the same price if I buy it in person once I get to Esbjerg?
Thanks if anyone can help.
Written on: 30.05.2013 18:49
Martin Horn Pedersen
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Posts: 1273

I if you buy it on before you can use it in the bus when you get to Esbjerg to get to the train station
Written on: 31.05.2013 09:11
Jesper EH
Posts: 59
You may be able to find a cheap "orange" ticket, here:

Note that: You can't use this ticket in the bus, and you have to take the train and use the seat you get. If the ferry is late and you miss the train, you have to get a new ticket.

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 31.05.2013 at 09:12.]
Written on: 06.06.2013 22:56
Lasse David Sand Østergaard
Posts: 2
I would recommend simply buying a ticket to Roskilde once you are in Esbjerg. This ticket will be valid for any train you might catch and will cost 362 DKK. Direct trains depart once every hour, but there might be more frequent trains that will demand switching trains once. (:
Written on: 14.06.2013 18:19
Helen Minnes
Posts: 3
Thanks everyone - good info. I will go for the standard ticket, because I don't want to stress in case the ferry is late. Best wishes!

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