Jutland has two main international ferry ports. Esbjerg has overnight ferries to/from Britain. The train station is at the end of Skolegade, and, at no. 33, you’ll find the tourist office.

Frederikshavn, in the far north of the region, has express ferries to Sweden and Norway. Its ferry terminal is near Havnepladsen, not far from the centre, while all buses and most trains terminate at the central train station, a short walk from the town centre; some trains continue to the ferry terminal itself. The tourist office is close by at Skandiatorv 1.

Travel offers; book through Rough Guides

Denmark features

The latest articles, galleries, quizzes and videos.

Copenhagen for kids: a Scandi family escape

Copenhagen for kids: a Scandi family escape

Wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen is a bit of a conundrum. On the surface, a city that is known for its designer shops and foraged foods, in a region that is ofte…

28 Nov 2016 • Keith Drew insert_drive_file Article
A day-by-day itinerary for the perfect weekend in Copenhagen

A day-by-day itinerary for the perfect weekend in Copenhagen

Once a low-key underrated city, Copenhagen has recently been showered with superlatives, with polls claiming it to have the best quality of life and rating its …

16 Jun 2016 • Rough Guides Editors insert_drive_file Article
10 of the best European city breaks

10 of the best European city breaks

In this article sponsored by Scenic Australia, Emma Gibbs picks 10 of the best city breaks across Europe. Europe is so crammed full of fascinating, vibrant c…

01 Dec 2015 • Emma Gibbs insert_drive_file Article
View more featureschevron_right

Join over 60,000 subscribers and get travel tips, competitions and more every month

Join over 60,000 subscribers and get travel tips, competitions and more every month