From Munich to Copenhagen Train Tickets

Munich to Copenhagen : Day Time Train with change in Hamburg

Day Time Trains from Munich to Copenhagen by ICE High Speed Trains (Partially)

UK 1st class UK 1st class

The ICE. Deutsche Bahn's fastest train: The ICE (Intercity-Express) is the fastest and most comfortable way of travelling on the Deutsche Bahn network, reaching speeds of up to 320 km/h, and new standards of excellence.

1st Class
UK 1st classA quiet atmosphere, space and comfortable seatings on 1st class ICE services. It´s ideal for work or a relaxing trip

In 1st class If you want to take the opportunity to work while travelling, you will finda desk available at your seat that can be used for business activities. The comfortable seatings offers a legroom and confortable distance from your neighbours.

Many seats have a laptop power outlets and specially designated areas that will provide interference-free reception for your mobile. Look out for the mobile phone symbols in the carriages.

Quiet zones are reserved for passengers who want to travel in peace. Experience the feeling of being personally attended to in 1st class. Our specially designated staff are there to welcome you with a smile and help you with any questions you may have regarding your trip.

At-Seat service
We want you to feel comfortable throughout your whole journey. Special staff have been assigned for 1st class passengers at the train stations and on board the ICE trains and are happy to look after and attend to each individual passenger.

2nd Class
A comfortable journey guaranteed: All ICE trains offer a wide selection of seats. All ICE trains are user and family-friendly, offering special facilities for the disabled and changing stations for families with young children.

The ICE. Deutsche Bahn's fastest train: The ICE (Intercity-Express) is the fastest and most comfortable way of travelling on the Deutsche Bahn network, reaching speeds of up to 320 km/h, and new standards of excellence.

The different trains
DB Bahn’s first ICE made its debut in 1991 and today there are 5 varieties. ICE 1,2,3,T, and Sprinter. Each operates between several major cities including international destinations in Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Cross platform interchanges from ICE to ICE are possible at many stations without long walking distance in between. The comfort and convenience of the ICE are sure to win you over. ICE trains are fully air-conditioned and have a low noise level

Munich to Copenhagen

For booking, click or touch in corresponding fare. All fares in US Dollars per person.
Fare Description   Option 2nd Class 1st Class
Promo Fare (at least 3 days in advance)   One Way $171.00 $217.00
Saver fare
Book at least 24 hours in advance.
Railway Company: ICE
Includes seat reservation.
Seat reservation guaranteed.
No refundable
No exchangeable
e-tickets available.
Subject to availability.
Flexi (full fare - exchangeable)   One Way $196.00 $249.00
Flexi fare (full fare)
Railway Company: ICE
Includes seat reservation.
Seat reservation guaranteed.
80% refundable up to 2 business days before departure date
Exchangeable up to 1 day before departure date at the train stations only.
e-tickets available.
Subject to availability.
Child (4 - 11 years old)   One Way N.A. N.A.
Child fare
Child: between 6 and 11 years old (inclusive)
Railway Company: ICE
Includes seat reservation.
Seat reservation guaranteed.
80% refundable up to 1 day before departure date
No exchangeable
e-tickets available.
Subject to availability.
Passholder (requires a valid rail pass)   One way $34.00 $34.00
Passholder fare
Requires a valid rail pass that includes Germany.
Railway Company: ICE
Includes seat reservation.
Seat reservation guaranteed.
No refundable
No exchangeable
e-tickets available.
Subject to availability.
Trip Duration: 11:08 hrs.
Departures from Munich: 9:05
Change train in Hamburg

Rail Passes & Tickets Options

Rail tickets & passes options for travel multiple times through a single or multiple countries.

Useful Information

  • Munich

    Munchen Hauptbahnhof (Munich HBF) is located in the centre of Munich, the Munich Main Train Station (Munich Hauptbahnhof) is close to Marienplatz. This station is one of the largest in Germany and provides both regional and international service. S Bahn service, which is covered with a rail pass, is also offered.

    Transportation from The Munich Main Train Station:

    • Trains:
      • S Bahn, 1, 2,5, 6, 7, 8, 27
      • U Bahn: 1,2,4,5
    • Bus:#58 - Location: main entrance

    • Station Address: Bayerstr. 10a 80335 Munich, Germany

    View location on map: Google maps

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    Munich - National Rail Enquires
    On the platforms and at every underground platform, there are tactile guide rails for the blind. Central Station is served by all S-Bahn and tram line as well as undergrounds U1, U2, U4, U5, U7, and U8. No-barrier access is available.

    Lifts: To the central S-Bahn platform, on the outer edge of the S-Bahn mezzanine, i.e., right next to Starnberg Wing Station (for a maximum of one wheelchair since space is limited)

    • On the northern side of Central Station / Arnulfstrasse exit, taking you directly to a taxi rank, to the tracks in the main hall, and the S-Bahn mezzanine
    • On the northern side of Central Station / Bayerstrasse exit, taking you directly to the mezzanine, from where there is a separate lift the the underground platform
    • At Bahnhofsplatz in front of the main entrance, taking you to the mezzanine, where you will find two additional lifts taking you to U1/U7 and U2/U8

      1. Central Station Mission (register a minimum of one hour in advance): Phone +49 / 089/59 45 76 or +49 / 089/59 45 77 or +49 / 089/59 45 78
      2. “3s Zentrale Munich Central Station“”, Phone +49 / 089/13 08 10 75 55 (for blind persons)
      3. German Railroad Mobility Service Call +49 / (0)1805/51 25 12 (14 cent/min. from a German landline, max. 42 cent/min. from mobile networks in Germany), register by 6pm on the previous day or by Saturday, 3pm for Sundays and Mondays.

  • Copenhagen

    Copenhagen Central Station (Københavns Hovedbanegård) is the main railway station in Copenhagen, Denmark and the largest railway station in Denmark, although Nørreport Station has a larger passenger throughput if urban S-train and Metro services are included.

    To the Copenhagen Airport - Kastrup: Train: runs every 10 minutes and is a 15 minute journey.

    Opening hours: Daily: 6:00 am - 1:00 am

    • Address: Bernstorffsgade 16 - 22, 1577 København V, Denmark

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    SJ, NSB and DBS - Rail information for disabled costumers
    SJ, NSB and DBS wants the train to be a practical means of transport for everyone.

    We will always do our best to help disabled passengers that need assistance, but if you need help when travelling by rail, it is best to check if it is possible to book any assistance in advance and for that you will have to contact the train companies according to the country you are in.

    Sweden (SJ trains):

    • If you have a disability, you can order an escort when traveling with SJ or any other train company, without any additional cost.
    • You can get help with escorting to and from the train and at the change of trains. Escorting Available at many stations around Sweden.
    • Book escorting least 24 hours before departure on telephone 0771-75 75 75. To make travel safe and secure, we need to know the dimensions of the wheelchair or rollator and how much it weighs and passengers together. Please have this information ready when you call to book.
    • If you need to cancel the escort, you do so by telephone 0771-75 75 75. Cancel within 12 hours before departure so that we can inform those performing the escort.
    • Narrow your luggage you take with you on board the two smaller parcels, and a maximum of 20 kilos.
    • At train stations with an escort is designated venues. The companion has yellow vest and helps you to train. If the attendant has not come to your appointment, call 0774-44 55 55.
    • When aboard the train the crew will help you to find your location (seats).
    Norway (NSB trains):
    • Space for wheelchairs meets international standards and measures 700 x 1200 millimetres. The wheelchair and occupant together must not weigh more than 250-350 kilos. If these requirements are met, the wheelchair can be secured during the journey and the user will have access to a disabled toilet, ramps and lifts where fitted.
    • The limitations of the wheelchair lifts vary from train type to train type. If the combined weight of the passenger and wheelchair exceed these limitations, the lift will not work. Assistive devices such as rails have a weight limit of 250 kilos and ramps on the stations a limit of 300 kilos. Motorised wheelchairs must also be type-approved as wheelchairs by the Norwegian national reimbursement scheme for assistive devices.
    • The wheelchair must be able to be securely fixed in the designated space. Otherwise, it may move in the event of an unintended incident and block potential escape routes if the train has to be evacuated; it may constitute a safety risk both for the user and for other passengers.
    • You can also check about assistance by contacting the NSB Call Centre on tel. 815 00 888/+47 23 62 00 00.
    Denmark (DSB trains):
    • Physical accessibility in Danish society has been rapidly improving over the last few decades. As a disabled visitor, you can access a wide variety of places, services and experiences on holiday in Denmark. Many local tourist offices have disability guides to their local area. They are easily located localy and could be contacted only in person.
    • Accessibility on Danish trains, buses, ferries and at airports is tailored to meet the needs of disabled visitors. Most ferries have special cabins and wide elevators for disabled passengers. Disabled toilets are provided on trains, as well as lifts and ramps for access on and off the train.
    • If you need to rent a wheelchair or another device to assist you during your holiday in Denmark, contact one the following services: Senior Shop on +45 39 43 05 50, Danish Care Technology on +45 58 85 34 40, or Falck Aids on +45 48 17 13 55.

Ticketless - How use your etickets:

As soon as your booking have been processed, you will receive a booking confirmation, including a PNR number (reservation code) , by email.

How retrieve your etickets at train station:

Proceed to the self-service kiosks available in the German train stations.

If retrieving from a kiosk at a Regional-Station (S-Bahn) (example: Frankfurt Airport) please click on the "DB" button and then select "long distance" from the following menu in order to get to the correct prompts to retrieve your ticket.

  • In the selection menu on the screen, please press “Pre-booked tickets".
  • On the next screen, select “Collection of Pre-booked tickets”.
  • On the following screen, select “Identification with Order Number”.
  • Enter your e-ticket # or PNR, which is a 9-digit number combination uniqueto your trip, and is included in the email confirmation you receive from Euro Railways.
  • On the next screen, select “Confirm”. This screen shows all the information related to the order you have selected.
  • Then, select “Print Now” and retrieve the ticket(s).  


Important: Arrive at the train station at least 20 minutes prior to your departure time to allow ample time to print your tickets and board your train.

Also, the etickets retrieve instructions are sent attached with the booking confirmation email

a) Seat Reservations: The train tickets include the seat reservations.
b) Promotional Fare: No refundable. Exchangeable at train station prior the booked trip date.
c) Adult Full Fares and Children Fares: Children fare are valid for persons under 12 years old. Children under 4 years old travel free. 80% refundable up to 3 days before the travel date. When printed tickets should be returned to our office. *Exchangeable at train station.
d) Seat Reservations, Passholder fare: Requires a valid rail pass. We only can book it for travelers who have purchased their rail passes through our company. No refundable. No exchangeable.
e) All tickets are subject to confirmation. The tickets have a variable horizon for booking, normally 60 to 90 days within trip date. A booking confirmation will be sent as soon as the booking have been processed.
f) All fares are per person in US Dollars, subject to to change before the booking processing
g) E-tickets: The way for retrieve or use instructions will be sent with the booking confirmation by email. The tickets should be retrieved and printed at train station or printed at home as instructed in booking confirmation.
h) Physical Tickets (optional): The tickets are sent by FedEx, with the selected shipping option to the informed shipping address.
i) Tickets Protection: An good option for you travel in peace in mind. Reimbursement and General rules as described at General Terms and Conditions.
j) Handling fee: all bookings are subject to US$ 8 handling fee


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