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Anyone travelled from Sweden to Denmark by passing the Bridge?

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Posted: 3/29/09 1:57 AM
 
ed
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Hello, I will be traveling to Sweden next month together with my girlfriend. We have never been there before so we are interested in knowing a bit more about it's transportation systems. Sweden will be just the starting point from which we hope to travel to other nearby countries. Probably beginning with visiting Denmark connected with Sweden by a long bridge. In that sense we want to know what are our option for transportation.
Posted: 4/19/09 9:55 PM
 
johnnie
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Hello, the Oresund Bridge is one of the longest and most amazing bridges ever built in the world. It has many possibilities for traveling, including a train and bus transportation options by which you can commute from one country to another. There are two main railways in Sweden that you can use to travel to Denmark. The Swedish once are the SJ rail and the Skane commuter rail. Whilst the Danish is the Danske Statsbaner rail. For you to get from Sweden to Denmark I would suggest buying the SJ's ticket at Swedish city Malmo where you will catch a super luxury train called X2000. The cost is quite high but it is worth the experience, offering you the possibility to enjoy seeing some of the best natural places in Sweden as you travel. However if you are not ready to spend a lot of money on commuting try out going by bus which is a considerably cheaper option.

 
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