The best way to get from Copenhagen to Prague is to fly which takes 4h 2m and costs 340 kr – 1000 kr. Alternatively, you can train , which costs 800 kr – 1700 kr and takes 11h 58m, you could also bus , which costs 650 kr – 800 kr and takes 14h 30m.
There are normally 66 trains per day travelling from Copenhagen to Odense St. and tickets for this journey start from €41.40 when you book in advance. Copenhagen to Odense St. by train.
|Journey time||From 1h 11m|
|Price||€41.40 – €42.60|
|Distance||87 miles (140 km)|
|Frequency||66 trains per day|
Train travel between Copenhagen and Stockholm The train between Copenhagen Central Station (København H) and Stockholm Central Station ( Stockholm C) is comfortable, easy, and quite fast. A direct trip is just over five hours, while an indirect trip (through Gothenburg or Malmö) will be about seven to eight hours.
The average journey time by train between Copenhagen and Gothenburg Central is 4 hours and 12 minutes, with around 28 trains per day.
The distance between Prague and Copenhagen is 634 km. The road distance is 1105.4 km.
All Copenhagen to Berlin trains are run by Deutsche Bahn. All Copenhagen to Berlin trains involve at least a transfer in Hamburg, depart from Copenhagen Central Station and arrive at Berlin Hauptbahnhof. The Copenhagen to Berlin train journey takes as little as 6 hours and 46 minutes to arrive in Berlin .
Trains connect Copenhagen’s main train station (København H) and Odense St. two to three times per hour. Journey times may be as fast as 1:11 but around 1:40 is more common. The full, one-way fare is a rather pricey DKK299 (DKK479 in First Class) for the ride from Copenhagen to Odense .
So, five days would be a good time to visit Copenhagen and do a few daytrips from there. If you have more time, Stockholm might be a good idea. You can either fly or take the train (5:23). You can easily spend 2 or 3 days in Stockholm.
This medieval university town is totally worth a day trip if you’re staying in Malmö . It has everything from a medieval cathedral with catacombs, to one of the most prestigious universities in the whole country, and a pretty charming open-air museum right in the centre of town.
December 1, 1999: The final section of the railway between Copenhagen and Malmö is placed in position. June 9 – 12, 2000: The Øresund Bridge opens to the public. Hundreds of thousands of people cycle, run or walk across the link during the special “Open Bridge ” days.
As the distance between Denmark and Sweden here only is around 2.5 nautical miles (approx. 4 km), the crossing time is just 20 minutes.
The length of the journey by train between Copenhagen and Stockholm city is approximately five hours 27 minutes. The fastest option is an SJ direct service that takes just five hours 12 minutes.
The train ride between Copenhagen and Oslo is broken into two parts and takes about eight and a half hours in total, with one stop in Gothenburg, Sweden, along the way.