The most typical way to get to Jutland is to first stop in Copenhagen International Airport. A few international flights, and then take a small plane or boat to a city in Jutland. However, there are some flights from other Scandinavian countries or the UK, land at small regional airports in Å rhus, Aalborg, Esbjerg and Billund.

  There are daily bus and trains between Germany and Denmark's Jutland peninsula; these are typically pleasantly scenic trips.

It is also possible to arrive by ferry. Boat options include the daily and weekly ferries from Germany (Kiel, Rostock, Puttgarden, Sassnitz-Mukran and the island of Sylt), Iceland (Seydisfj ö rdur), Norway (Oslo, Kristiansand, Bergen and Larvik), Sweden (Helsingborg, Gothenburg, Varberg and Malm ö ), Poland (S á winouj á cie) and the UK (Harwich). For instance, in Århus, ferries from Zealand come in just west of the centre at the end of Nørreport, a short distance from the heart of Old Århus. There are no departure taxes when leaving Denmark.

 

Another option is to take a long distance bus. These coaches operate to 11 destinations with regular departures from London to Copenhagen, Hirtshals, Ålborg, Århus, Padborg and Rødby.


The Øresund bridge connects Denmark and Sweden. Starting near Kastrup Airport, you can reach the Swedish city of Malmø in 20-30 minutes.