Hi everyone;i was planning to travel Denmark on july.For a couple of weeks i was looking for the cheapest and the best way...First of all i found very cheap flights to Germany.So i planned to spend a few days in Germany...Probably it would be Hannover or Hamburg...
SO i am looking forward to read any advice about travellling from Germany and also travel İN DENMARK..
Bye for now
[ Edit: Edited on Mar 26, 2008, at 12:51 AM by mave83 ]
As far as I understand, you are planning to travel from Northern Germany to Denmark? The easiest way to go is catching a train or bus from Hamburg which should cost you no more than € 30. Try Bahn or Eurolines for their scedules and prices. Hamburg and Hannover are only 1.5 hours away from each other, so travelling from one city to the other by bus or train is also easy.
If you get a flight from Turkey to Berlin note that there are very cheap flights from Berlin to Kobenhavn.
Buses from Germany to Denmark are run by Berlinlinienbus.de, but from Berlin flights are cheaper than the bus.
A cheap way to travel around in Germany is Laenderticket and Happy-Weekend-Ticket. You could take these tickets to get to the Danish border or at least very far north in Germany.
thanks a lot about ur help...i have booked a a flight to hannover..so i have checked a few bus companies..it was about 50 euros to get AARHUS..probably train is a better and comfortable way to travel;but i couldn't find a cheaper way then this))
any ideaa about going to aarhus from hannover???
Take the bus to Aarhus.
Other methods of transport ( like train, combined bus and train, rideshare) make only sense if you stop along the way.
Do you have any plans to stop somewhere? Would you like suggestions?
thanks for your help...probably the best way seems to be bus.cuz i don't have time to stop on the way arhus.i am going to stay only one night in hanover then plan to go aarhus early in the morning.So do u know how long will it take toı get arrhus by bus?and also the companies which travel to aarhus from hannover?
There is only one company that runs that line. The European bus network is known as "Eurolines", the German partners in this network are "Touring", "Berlinlinienbus" and "Gullivers". "Touring" is the biggest with the most lines, so I assume you'll go with them.
I would say it is going to take you about 9 hours by bus. (I don't envy you at all.)
With a few tricks you might be able to cover the distance by train for roughly the same price, but it would involve some changes.
Why don't you buy a one country Eurailpass? If you are under 26, it would cost anywhere from $77-$200 and you can use any train in the vicinity and go city to city. Then, you only have to worry about one train fee from Hannover...try adding up the costs point-to-point vs. Eurail.
Raileurope.com has passes that explain it all. But you can get them cheaper at studentuniverse.com if you are under 26 years.
thank u a lot...i am gonna check the web site immediatly ...so any advise about worth to see near the aarhus..cuz i am gonna stay one month there and study orthopeadic surgery..but i will have free time at weekends to travel..