How to get here

Depending on where you want to go in North Sealand, there are different options, and you can actually travel by public transportation directly, or with one-stop from Copenhagen Airport to most major cities at the destination. If you wish, we can even help you in making the transport a part of the experience. In example, you can sail from Copenhagen to Helsingør (Elsinore), or experience the landscape while covering the same distance in a vintage train – you can even charter a helicopter and land next to Kronborg Castle.

Below you find some useful links and information of the most commonly used means of transportation, and elsewhere on this site, you will find links to local coach and limousine operators, and you are of cause always welcome to contact us for special interest transportation 

Public transportation

Regional trains, S trains local trains to run according to the timetables posted at each station

Local buses run all day. The so-called A buses comprise the main service and have a fewer stop on the route.

To and from the Copenhagen Airport and Copenhagen Central Station
Copenhagen Airport has excellent connections to Copenhagen city centre, Central Station and further to North Sealand. The easiest and most used method for getting to North Sealand is the regional train
(Final station: Helsingor) or S-train line E (final station: Hillerod)

You can choose between different types of tickets and travel cards which are all valid for buses, trains and the metro in the Copenhagen area. You can use either a vending machine (at the platforms) or the app titled “DOT mobilbiletter” (DOT Mobil tickets) Read more about tickets here.  Remember to buy tickets before you enter the train or bus!

Plan your journey
Timetables for all types of trains and buses are available at www.journey...

Copenhagen Card
With a Copenhagen Card, you won’t worry about zones and tickets prices, as the card gives you access to unlimited public transport within the Greater Copenhagen region (including from/to Copenhagen Airport) In addition you get free entry to 87 attractions and museums. The card comes in four versions: 24, 48, 72 and 120 hours. Read more about Copenhagen Card here


Helsingor-Helsingborg (Sweden)

Forsea (Coaches, cars, pedestrians)
24 hours ferry service with ForSea Ferries between Helsingor and Helsingborg (Sweden). The crossing takes 20 minutes. During the evening and night, the ferry departs every half hour or every hour depending on the hour. The ferries have a restaurant and a cafe and shop with a variety of wine,  alcohol, perfume, candy, chocolate and souvenirs. Inquiries to ForSea Bussbooking, 0046 42-186135, schedules at

Sundbusserne (pedestrians only)
Sails during daytime and early evening from Helsingør centre to Helsingborg centre with comfortable 250 person passenger ships. Restaurant, bar and kiosk on board. It is possible to drop off passengers in front of the terminal in Helsingør and Helsingborg. Timetable and prices,


Hundested-Rorvig Ferry  (Coaches, cars, pedestrians)
Car ferry on the full year route between Hundested (North Sealand) and Rørvig (Odsherred). In addition to connecting the two parts of the country, the crossing allows you to reach the fast ferry MolsLinjen which sail between Odden Ferry Port and Aarhus (Jutland)

Taxis with a green “fri” (for hire) sign can be hailed on the street, in front of the railway stations and ferry terminals or can be booked in advance, call DanTaxi +45 48484848

In 2017, Uber was outlawed in Denmark and therefore isn’t available.

Where to park the coach

Sight, museum



Frederiksborg Castle, Hillerod

Slangerupgade 5, 3400 Hillerød


Fredensborg Palace, Fredensborg

Slotsgade 1, 3480 Fredensborg


Kronborg Castle, Helsingor

Kronborgvej 3000 Helsingor

10 parking lots

Denmarks Maritime Museum, Helsingor

Kronborgvej 3000 Helsingor

10 parking lots

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek

Louisevej, 3050 Humlebaek

4 parking lots

Besides these parking lots, it is possible to load and unload in streets and squares as long as it complies with the existing traffic rules.

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