Which travel zones to use in Copenhagen?

by Ryan
(Denmark)

Hi,

I just want to see if you can help me with a question about zones in CPH. I've tried working it out but I'm lost. My hotel in CPH is in Ballerup (Malmparken is my nearest station) and I need to travel to Trekroner station. The DSB online planner says it will be 4 zones to travel from Malmparken to Valby then change to a train to Trekroner. By my workings this is about 7 zones I have to travel through, but DSB say I need a 4 zone klip....is this right? I'm sorry to bother you, but you're website has the most comprehensive explanation of the system!
Thanks, Ryan

Hi Ryan,

Glad to help if I can. I assume you are at the Zleep Inn in Ballerup, since it is the only one near Malmparken. It is 3 zones into Valby,
but I am not familiar with Trekroner Station in Copenhagen, so I have to assume it is in Roskiled?

If that is the case it is a 4 zone ticket. You can always double check by using www.rejseplanen.dk . Put in your departure and arrival points, date and time of travel. Click on "Find din rejse", than click under "prisinfo" and it will tell you the number of zones for your ticket.

Hope that clears it up.

Charlie - Expat in Denmark

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