Jutland's main towns are well connected to the rest of Denmark by train and bus. The exception is the northwestern pocket of Jutland, which lacks a rail service (buses are more useful here).
The best website for getting around in Denmark is www.rejseplanen.dk. This excellent resource allows you to enter your start and end point, date and preferred time of travel, and will then give you the best travel options. Bus routes are linked, travel times are given and fares listed.
Major highways traversing Jutland include:
- the E45, which runs from Germany north through Jutland to Frederikshavn.
- the E20, which runs from Esbjerg in west Jutland to Funen and Zealand (and on to Sweden). There are tolls on the bridge between Funen and Zealand, and between Zealand and Sweden.
Jutland's largest ferry hubs:
- Aarhus – regular ferries to Odden in north Zealand
- Frederikshavn – regular ferries to Oslo (Norway) and Gothenburg (Sweden)
- Grenaa – regular ferries to Varberg (Sweden)
- Hirtshals – frequent connections to various Norwegian cities, plus weekly connections to the Faroe Islands and Iceland