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Veteran train - Maribo

Refshalevej 8
4930 Maribo
Country of origin: Denmark
Languages spoken:
  • Danish
  • English

Go back in time and take a fun ride with a veteran train. On the stretch Maribo-Bandholm you can enjoy the ride on a steam train. Get lost in steam when the engines are heating up.
There's also trips with old motor trains.

Check out also the special arrangements. Might be a fun way of celebrating your children's birthday - an experience that will not be easily forgotten.

Maribo lies in Southern Zealand on the island of Lolland close to the highway between Copenhagen and Rødby, about 1,5 hours form Copenhagen.

Can be perfectly combined with a visit at the Medieval Center!

Check out other fun activities for kids in Denmark.


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