i'm planning to travel to Copenhagen next January. Starting of in Hamburg i then plan to travel by train to Copenhagen by train. After a few days in Copenhagen i then have to travel to Thyboron across in Jutland. What i am not sure about is what is the best route and i i should get a rail card. I plan to stay in Thyboron for a few days then go to the nearest airport for a flight back to the UK.
I will be travelling alone and have epilepsy and arthritis. Although seizures don't bother me, i have difficulty in organising information, such as travel times and am wondering if the rail companies help people with invisible conditions. I know that Thyboron doesn't have a train station, so it will have to be a bus to get to there. But it's the route to Thyboron that i'm finding confusing.
I've checked the DB tickets and they don't go on sale until December, but i just need advice for getting tickets for Denmark. Should i buy these before i travel or can i buy these when i get to Copenhagen?
I've travelled before and bought tickets, but that was when i stayed in one city. This is my first time travelling between cities and towns.
Any suggestions most welcome! Thank you, Kfr