There are 3 ways to get from Copenhagen to Rødvig by train, taxi or car
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Take the train from København H to Køge St.
Take the train from Køge St. to Hårlev St.
Take the train from Hårlev St. to Rødvig St.
Take a taxi from Copenhagen to Rødvig
Drive from Copenhagen to Rødvig
Questions & Answers
The most affordable way to get from Copenhagen to Rødvig is to drive, which costs 70 kr - 110 kr and takes 1h.
The quickest way to get from Copenhagen to Rødvig is to taxi which costs 1200 kr - 1500 kr and takes 1h.
No, there is no direct train from Copenhagen to Rødvig. However, there are services departing from København H and arriving at Rødvig St. via Køge St. and Hårlev St.. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 2h 5m.
The distance between Copenhagen and Rødvig is 48 km. The road distance is 70 km.
The best way to get from Copenhagen to Rødvig without a car is to train which takes 2h 5m and costs .
It takes approximately 2h 5m to get from Copenhagen to Rødvig, including transfers.
Copenhagen to Rødvig train services, operated by Danish Railways (DSB), depart from København H station.
Copenhagen to Rødvig train services, operated by Lokaltog, arrive at Rødvig St. station.
Yes, the driving distance between Copenhagen to Rødvig is 70 km. It takes approximately 1h to drive from Copenhagen to Rødvig.
There are 14+ hotels available in Rødvig. Prices start at 750 kr DKK per night.
What companies run services between Copenhagen, Denmark and Rødvig, Denmark?
You can take a train from Copenhagen to Rødvig via Køge St. and Hårlev St. in around 2h 5m.
Train from København H to Køge St.
- Ave. Duration
- 40 min
- Every 15 minutes
- Estimated price
- 60 kr - 85 kr
- Danish Railways (DSB)
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