Copenhagen features winding cobbled streets and an obsession for good design.Â The capital of Denmark is just the first of wonders in a country where you are never more than an hour from lovely beaches.
If you travel on a 5 or 10-day flexible InterRail Pass, you can only use a free benefit on a day which you fill in on your Pass (a travel day). In case of a free overnight ferry, you may enter either the day of departure or arrival in the travel calendar. For free passage on international routes, the InterRail Pass must be valid for the country of departure AND the country of arrival. For domestic travel, your InterRail Pass must be valid in the country you travel in.
Please note that reduction benefits do not require the use of a travel day on your InterRail Pass. If traveling at a reduced rate, the travel may take place at any time, provided it is within the overall validity of the InterRail Pass, even if all the travel days in the calendar have been used up. For a reduced passage on international routes, the InterRail Pass must be valid for the country of departure OR the country of arrival. For domestic travel, your InterRail Pass must be valid in the country you travel in.
Some trains may require passengers to have a seat reservation
Seat reservations may be compulsory or highly recommended on select European trains. The cost for a reservation or supplement is not included in a Interrail Pass and varies depending on the country, type of train and date of purchase/travel. High speed trains and night trains are examples of trains requiring a supplement and reservation.