Final Destination: Esbjerg st
Departing from Copenhagen/Kobenhavn:
You don't usually have to head to Kobenhavn H station, the main station in the city, in order to catch these trains.
These trains to Esbjerg usually commence their journeys at Osterport station and they call also call at Norreport station before they arrive at Kobenhavn H.
Also on some dates, these trains to Esbjerg will be joined to another train that will be heading to Aarlborg on departure from Kobenhavn/Copenhagen.
1 x train per hour
Book early and save: Yes
Online bookings open: 2 months ahead of the travel date
When using the DSB website be sure to check the 'show me Orange' tickets box.
The most heavily discounted/cheapest tickets sold by DSB are its 'Orange' tickets.
They can be more than 60% cheaper than the standard price, so are worth tracking down.
If you can be flexible with your travel times, it can be worthwhile searching through the departures to look for trains on which 'Orange' tickets are available.
If you're new to booking tickets for train journeys in Denmark, we recommend taking a look at our guide to Danish train tickets - it should help you save time and money and confusion.
Reservations are optional, but are highly recommended for this long journey - take note if you will be using a rail pass.
Our step by step guide to booking tickets on the PC version of the DSB (Danish national railways) website is available HERE
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Lyn services don't operate on this route.
It isn't a particularly scenic journey, but look out for the sea views from the two main bridges that the train will travel over.
Around 10 mins before the train will arrive in Odense it will cross the Great Belt Fixed Link, the train will travel in a tunnel and then ascend to cross the West Bridge.
Then around 10 mins before calling at Frederica, the train will cross the picturesque Little Belt Bridge.
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