Toll bridges

Free road use

It’s free to drive everywhere on Denmark’s road network, with two exceptions: the Great Belt Bridge (Storebæltsbro) and Øresund bridge (Øresundsbro).

Europe's longest suspension bridge

The Great Belt Bridge links the islands of Sealand (Sjælland) with Funen (Fyn). It is the longest suspension bridge in Europe and the third-longest suspension bridge in the world. Øresund Bridge is another great feat of engineering and links Denmark to Sweden.

Bridge toll booth payment

Both bridges are open 24/7 and are closed only in extreme weather. You can pay to use the bridges with either cash or card at the bridge toll booths. You are not allowed to cycle over the bridges directly but can take your bike with you on the train across.

Further reading

Find out more about Driving in Denmark.

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Denmark is made for cycling holidays

Take a cycling holiday in Denmark

With more than 12,000km of signposted cycle routes, gentle terrain, and short distances between amenities, Denmark is a country made for cyclists and cycling trips.