TravellingPublic transportation in Denmark makes it easy for the traveler to get around. Cities and towns have an efficient public transportation system. In the following, you find information about the two main airports in Denmark, links for websites where you can plan your travel around the country, and different options of transport in Odense.
Plan your transportation around in Denmark
When you arrive in Denmark, there are two websites we will recommend when you plan your further travelling in Denmark.
Rejseplanen: Rejseplanen makes it easier to access timetables and information about public transport in Denmark, including traffic information, travel itineraries, timetables, prices and other transport information.
Rome2rio: Rome2rio makes travel planning easy. We are a door-to-door travel information and booking engine, helping you get to and from any location in the world safely. Enter any address, landmark, or city as your destination and we will instantly display all your travel and booking options, along with information about accommodation and things to do, in one convenient spot.
From Kastrup Airport
Copenhagen has an international airport, and it is easy to reach by air via Helsinki, Stockholm and Oslo. From the airport, you can reach Odense in either of two ways:
- You can go by train directly from Kastrup Airport to Odense (a trip of about 1 hour and 40 minutes – tickets can be bought at the airport at the DSB information desk or at the ticket machines close to the train tracks).
- Or you can catch the Metroline from Kastrup Airport to the Central Station in Copenhagen. From the Central Station i Copenhagen you can go by train to Odense (tickets can be bought at the airport at the DSB information desk or at the ticket machines at the Metro), or you can go by bus with Flixbus.
From Billund AirportGetting to Odense from Billund Airport, your first step is to go by bus to the train station in Vejle or Kolding and then catch a train directly to Odense. It takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes in total.
Transportation in Odense
In Odense there are various ways to get around in the city:
Free inner city bus: In Odense there are free inner city bus services that run at intervals of approximately ten minutes. The buses are easy to recognize - they are pink and decorated with characters from Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales.
Fynbus: If you are going for a ride with the bus in Odense, you are travelling with FynBus. Tickets can be purchased as mobile tickets by downloading this App. You can pay with MobilePay or a number of debit cards.
Rent a bike: You can jump on a city bike from Donkey Republic in Odense. If you wat to rent a bike the easiest way is to download the App.
Taxa: You can always call a taxa in Odense. You can call one of the following: Mini-taxa (+45 66123712), Dantaxi (+45 48484848), or Taxasyd (+45 66154415).