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Tor-Einar's answer is almost fully accurate, except that the X2000 Trains from Copenhagen do not stop at Hyllie. This means that, while Öresundståg passengers are subject to the pre-crossing immigration check at Kastrup as well as the entry check at Hyllie, X2000 passengers are pre-cleared in a single control in Copenhagen EDIT: judging by a link provided ...


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I doubt that you will get a complete and trustworthy answer unless an employee from SJ decides to answer here and publish confidential information about their pricing strategy. Nevertheless, perhaps some of my observations can be of some help. One unusual thing about the SJ ticket pricing is that even the price of refundable tickets vary depending on demand....


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The cheapest tickets are released 90 days before departure, so that's when you should start looking. The cheapest tickets on the X2000 and SJ 3000 servives cost SEK 195, while for InterCity Train it's usually SEK 95. X2000+SJ 3000 are all-reserved, so if all places sell out there'll be no more tickets May I ask what route(s) you're doing?


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Apart from the regular travel search, DB also features a Sparpreisfinder (rough translation: cheap price finder). You will need to use the out-of-country one that I linked (hopefully the link doesn’t die), select Sweden as the country and Stockholm as the station. It features four options from Saarbrücken to Stockholm ranging from €139 to €169 if you don’t ...


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Øresundståg departing from København H (Central Station) terminate at Kastrup Airport (last station in Denmark before the border) on track 2. There you have to exit the train, take the stairs or escalator up to the departure hall and go down to track 1, where you have to go through a passport or id control before being allowed to board the next train to ...


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'Samtrafiken', the Swedish association of public transport operators, operates a web page, where you can search for minimum transfer times. It is unfortunately only in Swedish, but might of course be of some help anyway. Depending on the station or halt, the rules might however be a little bit more complex than just a fixed period. E.g. if you search for ...


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As a holder of a non-EEA licence, you do not need an IDP if and only if your license is in English, German or French. Meaning, you will not need one.


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The short answer in your case is, no you don't need one Unlike some countries Sweden doesn't require you to have an IDP before you can drive there, however you do need a valid license to drive and in case yours had been in a language other than English (see Requirements section) you'd need to have an IDP, which is just a translation of your national driving ...


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The Schengen Borders code contains several relevant dispositions. First, article 4 provides that […] By way of derogation from paragraph 1, exceptions to the obligation to cross external borders only at border crossing points and during the fixed opening hours may be allowed: (a) in connection with pleasure boating or coastal fishing; ...



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