City buses are often a popular option in poor weather or if you don't have a bike, while the light rail in Aarhus and underground metro and metropolitan S-train in Copenhagen keep the bigger cities moving. Maybe you've also tried out the new rental electric scooters?
If you've travelled between regions of the country, you're very likely to have used national rail operator DSB, though it is also possible to go by bus (and ferry).
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