How do I travel by train, bus and bike in North Sealand?
The infrastructure works really well in North Sealand. You can use travel with the local train (lokaltog), s-train and local buses as well as with your bike on one of the many signposted bicycle routes.
Train and bus connections
In North Sealand, you can easily get around with buses and trains. Starting off in Hillerød Lokalbanen travels to Elsinore, Gilleleje, Tisvildeleje, Frederiksværk and Hundested. There are also a lot of buses in the entire region. If you are arriving from Copenhagen and wish to go to North Sealand, you can use both the Øresund train to Elsinore and the S-train to Hillerød. See more on the Journey Planner.
It is free to bring your bike on the s-train and lokalbanen, but you have to buy an extra bicycle ticket for the Øresund Train and the buses. Ticket Controllers and bus drivers decide if there is space on the train/bus. Local restrictions on hours where bicycles are unwelcome in trains and buses can occur, check before boarding your transport. These hours are usually during the rush hours. Read more about bicycles on public transportation here (In Danish).
You can get to North Sealand via ferries from Helsingborg in Sweden to Elsinore. But there are also local ferries in North Sealand. The Rørvig Ferry sails from Rørvig to Hundested and connects North Sealand and the Danish Riviera with Odsherred. You can also use the little summer ferry Columbus which sails from Kulhuse (Hornsherred) to Sølager (Hundested). See the list of ferries.
All ferries can carry bicycles, but some extra charges may apply.
If you want to fly to North Sealand, it happens via Copenhagen Airport, from which there are domestic and international routes. You can read about arrivals and departures, parking and transportation options and other amenities that make Copenhagen Airport your gateway to North Sealand on cph.dk.