Looking to travel to a land that has something for everyone? Look no further! Come to Denmark, and experience a holiday like no other.

Visit Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital and spend a day at Tivoli Gardens. Take the train to Helsingor, home to Hamlet’s Castle. Stroll down the narrow cobblestone lanes of Ribe as you explore the country’s well-known medieval Viking town. Want to wake-up your inner-child?

Be sure to have a look around Odense, birthplace of Hans Christian Anderson. And nearby, take in the beauty and majesty of Egeskov Castle-Europe’s best-preserved Renaissance castle.


What you get
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Destinations: unlimited travel on the national rail network of Denmark 
» Travel: 3 or 7 days within 1 month 
» Flexible Pass: travel days may be used consecutively or not 
» Class of service: 1st and 2nd class 
» Discounts: Child (4-11), Youth (12-25) 
» Seat reservation: mandatory on high speed and scenic trains. 
» Free travel package: European Rail Map, Timetable, Traveller’s guide


Bonuses
Who can get Non European permanent residents from Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, and Turkey (for more than six months) are eligible to purchase or use a Eurail Pass.
 

How to use
Validation
» Passes must be validated within 6 months of issuing date by a railway official in one of the countries mentioned on the Eurail One Country Pass (station’s desk) who also fills in the passport number 
» Passes must be validated prior to boarding 1st train (All parties must be present when validating a Saverpass) 
» The date of travel has to be entered in the correct way before boarding the first train, by the traveller, in the corresponding box of the calendar

7:00pm rule
» If an overnight train starts after 7:00pm on a validated Eurail One Country Pass, the pass holder must enter the next day’s date on the pass, provided it falls within the validity of the pass. 
» If an overnight train starts before 7:00pm on a validated Eurail One Country Pass, the pass holder has to fill in two days on the pass: the starting day’s date AND the arrival day’s date on the pass, provided it falls within the validity of the pass.

Each time before boarding a train, bus or boat, it is important that passengers record their trip in the Travel Report on the Pass cover (in blue or black ink). If passengers travel without having entered the trip in the Travel Report, they risk a fine and payment of a full fare ticket.



Fare and conditions

General description
Not for residents of Europe, the Russian Federation and Turkey
Unlimited travel on the national rail networks of Denmark

Conditions of use
Pass must be validated (stamped at the train station) within 6 months of the issuance date. 

After sales
A 15% cancellation penalty applies to completely unused and not validated passes returned within 1 year of issue date
Partially used, lost or stolen passes are non-refundable.