In Randers, a strong network of both train and bus routes makes it easy to get to other parts of the country. That network also helps people enjoy big-city life without having to pay a big-city price. Aarhus, Aalborg and even Copenhagen are only a train or bus ride away.
You can commute between Randers and Aarhus or Aalborg with a minimum of stress, as you can leave the driving to someone else.
Buses leave and arrive in Randers regularly from many different areas in Denmark, and can be caught at the bus terminal (along with the city buses) or at one of the many stops along the routes.
Trains leave throughout the day as well, going north to Aalborg and south to Aarhus and beyond with connections along the way.
At Rejseplanen.dk, you may find your itinerary for your next trip using public transportation. It covers public transportation throughout Denmark.
For those who prefer to drive by car, Randers is perfectly situated between Aalborg and Aarhus with the major motorway E45 connecting the cities.
At LifeinDenmark.dk, you can read about how to obtain a driver’s license in Denmark.
Importing a car, motorcycle or other motor vehicle
If you want to import your car with foreign number plates, you must register the car in Denmark no later than 30 days after moving here. You need to pay registration tax in order to get Danish number plates.
Another option, which is extremely popular all over Denmark and definitely in Randers, is cycling. Whether it is for pleasure, sport or competitive racing, Denmark is mad for bicycles.
Randers Municipality works hard to encourage all of its citizens to use their bikes and even offers bikes for rental (electric and three-wheelers as well as commuter and city bikes).
We have many kilometres of bike lanes and paths and plenty of bike parking throughout Randers
Check out Randers Bike City's website (in Danish) for all sorts of material on cycling in Randers - you can find everything from cycling routes and mountain biking possibilities to cycling projects.
In addition, there is a Facebook page "Op på jernhesten" (Up on the Iron Horse) where you can find more information and connect with other cyclists.