Traffic and Transport

Road network

East Jutland is connected to the rest of Denmark by a good road network, including, for example, the E45 motorway which runs all the way from Skagen in northern Jutland to Messina in Italy, and the new Djursland motorway, which links Djurs with the rest of East Jutland. 

Public transport includes both city and regional buses as well as trains that efficiently convey you from A to B. There are also other ways of getting to and from East Jutland by air and sea.

Bus Services

East Jutland offers efficient bus services consisting of city buses in the individual municipalities and regional buses for journeys beyond the municipal and regional boundaries. In East Jutland, the traffic company Midttrafik runs the bus services.

Train Services

From East Jutland, you can also take the train to other towns and cities in Denmark and abroad. There are three companies in the area operating the railways: DSB, Arriva and Midtjyske Jernbaner.

You can plan your journey at www.rejseplanen.dk, which is a joint site run by the Danish traffic companies.

 

 

 

Plan your journey using the Journey Planner, which is also available in English (new window)

As a means of transportation, bicycles play an important role in Denmark.

Bicycle paths and routes

In general there are good conditions for cyclists in Denmark, and the drivers are used to paying attention to cyclists. There are bicycle paths along many heavily trafficked roads, and bicycle routes that take you through some of the best countryside in East Jutland. In some places, city bikes can be used free of charge, although you need a DKK 20 coin to unlock the bike.

Excellent conditions

In Denmark, there is considerable focus on ensuring excellent conditions for cyclists as cycling is good for all of us. In addition to exercise and fresh air, cycling also benefits the environment as it reduces the number of cars on the roads.

More than transportation

A bicycle is thus not just a means of transportation that takes you from A to B. East Jutland boasts many good bicycle routes with excellent possibilities for making excursions into the parks, countryside and woods.

From East Jutland, ferries sail to the islands of Samsø, Tunø and Anholt as well as to Zealand and Sweden.

Molslinien offers routes to Zealand from Aarhus and Ebeltoft. From Aarhus, you can sail to Kalundborg or Sjællands Odde on Zealand, and from Ebeltoft ferries sail to Sjællands Odde.

 

Going to Samsø

SamsøFærgen will sail you from Hou in Municipality of Odder to Sælvig on Samsø. SamsøFærgen will also sail you from Kolby Kås on Samsø to Kalundborg on Zealand.

Go to SamsøFærgen’s website (new window)

 

Going to Anholt

Anholtfærgen will sail you to Anholt from Grenaa.

Go to the Anholt ferrie’s website

 

Going to Tunø

Tunøfærgen will sail you to Tunø from Hou in the municipality of Odder.

Go to Tunøfærgen’s website (new window – in Danish)

 

Going to Zealand

Mols-Linien will sail you from Ebeltoft or Aarhus to Odden on Zealand and from Aarhus to Kalundborg.

Go to Mols-Linien’s website (new window)

 

Going to Sweden

Stena Line operates ferries to Varberg in Sweden from Grenaa.

Go to Stena Line's website (new window – in Danish)

In and around East Jutland several airports offer both domestic and international services.

For example, there are scheduled flights to Copenhagen, charter flights and flights with low-cost airlines.

Aarhus Airport

Visit the website of Aarhus Airport

 

Billund Airport

Visit the website of Billund Airport

 

Aalborg Airport

Visit the website of Aalborg Airport