How to get to Løgumkloster Højskole

How to get to Løgumkloster Højskole

Løgumkloster Højskole

Brorsonsvej 2, 6240 Løgumkloster, Denmark

There are many different ways to reach Denmark. Using public transportation, it is possible to travel by train, bus, ferry or plane. Here you find some information and advice for traveling to and within Denmark:

Traveling by ferry:

If you are traveling by ferry you are probably arriving at Hirtshals, Frederikshavn, Grenaa or Copenhagen.

How to continue from Hirtshals or Frederikshavn:

Travel by train to Rødekro Station or Vojens Station. You will have to transfer in at least Aalborg and Fredericia. If you arrive at Rødekro Station, take bus number 124 to Løgumkloster busstation. If you arrive at Vojens Station, take bus number 136 to Løgumkloster Busstation. 

How to continue from Grenaa:

Walk to Grenaa Station (3 km) and take “Letbanen” to Aarhus. Continue with the train to Rødekro or Vojens. If you arrive at Rødekro Station, take bus number 124 to Løgumkloster busstation. If you arrive at Vojens Station, take bus number 136 to Løgumkloster Busstation. 

How to continue from Copenhagen: 

Walk to Østerport Station. Travel by train to Rødekro Station or Vojens Station, you will have to transfer in at least Copenhagen. If you arrive at Rødekro Station, take bus number 124 to Løgumkloster busstation. If you arrive at Vojens Station, take bus number 136 to Løgumkloster Busstation. 

Traveling by train:

If you are traveling by train, you are traveling via Rødekro Station or Vojens Station. If you arrive at Rødekro Station, take bus number 124 to Løgumkloster busstation. If you arrive at Vojens Station, take bus number 136 to Løgumkloster Busstation. 

Traveling by bus (Flixbus):

If you are traveling to Denmark by bus, you are probably traveling with Flixbus. In this case, you should arrive at Aabenraa Busstation. From here, take bus number 124 to Løgumkloster Busstation. 

Traveling by plane:

If you are traveling by plane, the nearest airport is Billund Airport, but you can also travel to Aalborg Airport, Aarhus Airport or Copenhagen Airport.

How to continue from Billund Airport:

Travel by bus number 43 to Vejle. From here, travel by train to Rødekro Station or Vojens Station (you will probably have to transfer in Fredericia). If you arrive at Rødekro Station, take bus number 124 to Løgumkloster busstation. If you arrive at Vojens Station, take bus number 136 to Løgumkloster Busstation. 

How to continue from Aalborg Airport:

Travel by train to Rødekro Station or Vojens Station. You will have to transfer in at least Aalborg and Fredericia. If you arrive at Rødekro Station, take bus number 124 to Løgumkloster busstation. If you arrive at Vojens Station, take bus number 136 to Løgumkloster Busstation. 

How to continue from Aarhus Airport:

Travel by bus number 925X to Aarhus Station. From here, travel by train to Rødekro Station or Vojens Station (you will probably have to transfer in Fredericia). If you arrive at Rødekro Station, take bus number 124 to Løgumkloster busstation. If you arrive at Vojens Station, take bus number 136 to Løgumkloster Busstation.

How to continue from Copenhagen Airport:

Travel by train to Rødekro Station or Vojens Station. If you arrive at Rødekro Station, take bus number 124 to Løgumkloster busstation. If you arrive at Vojens Station, take bus number 136 to Løgumkloster Busstation. 

How to get from Løgumkloster Busstation to Løgumkloster Højskole:

There is an 11 minute walk from the bus station to the School. Look at the picture below or use google maps.

Useful websites and apps:

Rejseplanen 

Use this journey planner for planning with all types of public transportation within Denmark. You can use the website or download the app. 

DSB

Use this website or app for buying tickets for the train.

There are different types of tickets: Orange, Orange Fri and Standard.

Orange: Reduced price, but can only be used for a specific departure and is not refundable. There is a limited number of orange tickets. It’s recommended to buy well in time – price is then 1/4 – ½ of standard

Orange Fri: Reduced price, but can only be used for a specific departure but is refundable until 30 minutes before departure. 

Standard: Standard price, flexible departure and is refundable until the day before departure. 

You don’t need seat reservations when traveling by train in Denmark but it can be a good idea, especially during the summer. The price for a seat reservation is always 30 DKK for the whole journey, even if you are traveling with more than one train. 

Rejsebillet

Use this app for buying tickets for the bus. You can actually also use the app for buying tickets for the train. If you didn’t get an “Orange” or “Orange Fri” ticket, this is cheaper than buying the standard train ticket. 

Important note about buying tickets: you cannot buy a ticket on the train, so you need to buy it before entering the train. You can buy tickets on the bus, but you should try to have the exact amount of money as they can not always give you change back. So I would definitely recommend buying the ticket before you enter the bus as well. 

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