For current international students

Transportation

Denmark has a highly developed and popular public transportation system.

On a daily basis, busses and trains quickly bring you to your destination. Many Danes also ride their bicycle every day to work or spare time activities and especially in the larger cities, going by bike is very common.

Planning a trip around Denmark is easy. Everything from transportation, overnight stays and attractions can be found and reserved through the Internet – check out visitdenmark.dk.

How to get to University College Lillebaelt

Once you have arrived in Denmark it is quite easy to reach different destinations either by public transport or car. Below you can find examples of how to get to either of the five cities, where University College Lillebaelt is situated.

Information and journey planning regarding all public transportation can be found here. Please be aware that train tickets cannot be purchased in the train, but must be bought at the train station or at the Danish State Railways, (DSB), Customer Centre.

Odense

It is very easy to travel from Copehangen to Odense. Get on the train at the airport and you are there in less than 1½ hours. All the trains are direct trains and the fastest only takes 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Vejle and Jelling

There is a direct train from the airport in Copenhagen to Vejle station. It takes about 2 hours and 45 minutes. From there you can take the bus to Jelling, which is situated about 10 kilometres from Vejle.

If you arrive by plane to Billund Airport (in Jylland) you can take the bus directly to Vejle station. The bus leaves every hour and the ride is about 45 minutes.

Svendborg

There is a railway service directly from the airport in Copenhagen (Kastrup) to Nyborg or to Odense. Trains leave every hour and the train ride is about 2 hours.

Busses depart from Nyborg to Svendborg after each train arrival. You can also take the train from Odense to Svendborg.

If you arrive by plane in Billund Airport (in Jylland), there are buses from Billund to Odense. From there you take the train or bus to Svendborg.

Find your way around Denmark

Here you can see a map of Denmark and you can find a specific street, an attraction or a route as well.

You may also visit the National Student Guide, “travel”, on Study in Denmark’s website.

About this page

This page is updated by Stephanie Sørensen May 22, 2015.