Travel costs from Kobenhavn to Kolding

by Lara
(Slovenia)

Letter of Enquiry Dear Sir or Madam,

We are a group of 20-30 students from Slovenia. We are travelling through Denmark in December. We will need a bus transport from KĂžbenhavn to Kolding on 14 of December. It's a one day trip, starting on 14th at 3.00 AM and we will come back on 14th at 00.00. Could you please calculate a price and give me an answer as soon as possible.

Yours faithfully,
Lara Jereb

Hi Lara,

I am not sure if there are buses leaving for Kolding at that time of day, but you can check out schedules at www.rejseplanen.dk and also prices. You may have to hire a private charter bus if you want those exact times. Hope this helps.

Charlie- FYI Denmark Expat Site

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