Train Berlin → CopenhagenFrom € 152
- Departure station : Berlin hbf (Invalidenstrasse 10557 Berlin)
- Arrival station : Koebenhavn h (Banegårdspladsen 7 1570 Copenhagen)
5.5 milliontravellers in 2015
75+years of rail travel experience
Main stations in Berlin and Copenhagen
Berlin Hauptbahnhof Train Station
Address: Invalidenstrasse 10557 BerlinOpening hours: Monday to Sunday: 6am to 12am Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (ICE), InterCity, Regional trains (RegionalExpress, RegionalBahn and S-Bahn trains)
DB rail agents, Assistance for disabled persons and junior travellers, Lost and found, Police station, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in Berlin and Copenhagen
Berlin, capital of Germany
Berlin is the capital of Germany and also its largest city. It is located in the northeast of the country and is home to more than 4 million people. Did you know that Berlin is 9 times bigger than Paris and has 1,700 bridges, more than Venice?
After the World War II, the city was divided into two parts surrounded by the Berlin Wall. In 1989 the wall was destroyed, followed by the German reunification in 1990. As a result, Berlin regained its status as the capital of Germany. Having bounced back confidently from 20th century division, Berlin is has become one of Europe’s most exciting destinations.
Today Berlin, home to a multicultural population, is a city of culture, media, science and creativity.
Copenhagen, experience the danish way of life
Tivoli Gardens is the hub of Copenhagen’s cultural scene with live jazz and ornate mansions, but its fairground rides, including the terrifying Star Flyer, bring it firmly into the present. Drink in the sea air, tuck into fresh herring and browse the creations of classy modernist designers.
Reviews & ratings Berlin - Copenhagen
Wonderful journey. The train being an hour late did not affect any plans I had. The staff on the train were courteous and helpful. The short journey on the ferry to Denmark was most enjoyable. I had not realised until I arrived at the Berlin station that I had mistakenly booked an aisle seat. I went to the ticket office to try and change the seat booking to a window seat, but the person there said she could not do that. This was very disappointing. I spent most of the journey standing in the corridor near the cafe in order to view the countryside. Seeing that area of Germany was the main reason I chose to travel by train. Standing for such a long time was tiring, especially since I am no longer young, but I did have a good view. It would be very helpful if the main office at the Berlin station was able to adjust a seat booking. Yours sincerely Marguerite Fahy
Great and comfortable
It was a very very nice experienced traveling by train across the sea. Train was comfortable, staff very friendly, and most of all at the ferry it was very excitied. If anyone have a good time try eurotrain unquestionable.
This was a fabulous trip. Train was more than comfy and excellent service was also on train. I thought it was value for money and when we got to Hamburg there was someone on the station to tell us where to catch the next train to Copenhagen. Husband and I wanted to see a bit of the German/Danish countryside and it was all in our expectations. We will be travelling one day again on the rail europe trains - done so before in Italy and Paris. Recommend pushing for reservation sales as some people were standing up for hours.