Kombardo Expressen

Express bus connecting regions

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Download the new KOMBARDO EXPRESSEN app

With the KOMBARDO EXPRESSEN iOS app, you will always have more than 500 weekly bus departures at your fingertips!

You can use the new app to book a ticket quickly and easily for any of the KOMBARDO EXPRESSEN routes. From now on it will not only be easy to book and change your ticket. From 24 June, you will also have access to a range of services for improving your journey.

For example, you can choose to sit next to a travel companion or reserve a seat at the front of the bus. The app will give you a clear overview of your itinerary and your options. The app is called ‘KOMBARDO EXPRESSEN’.

It will make it faster and easier for you to take a shortcut across Denmark – Kombardo!

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After KOMBARDO EXPRESSEN has boarded one of MOLSLINJEN’s high-speed ferries, you can visit BARISTA’S COFFEE SHOP where you can buy luxury coffee and tea, delicious baked goods and high-quality sweets.

Warm yourself up with a heavenly – fully sustainable – cup of coffee on one of MOLSLINJEN’s and BORNHOLMSLINJEN’s high-speed ferries.

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What does ‘Kombardo’ mean?

If you don't speak Danish, you may wonder what the word ‘Kombardo’ means when you see it on KOMBARDO EXPRESSEN. Kombardo is Jylland dialect for ‘kom bare du’ which, in this context, means ‘you next’ and is our way of saying ‘welcome aboard’! It is also KOMBARDO EXPRESSEN’s slogan.

The slogan was coined by our staff in hi-viz jackets who have a habit of saying ‘Kombardo’ when they wave vehicles onto the ferry.  

The catch phrase has now been embraced by the entire MOLSLINJEN, and ‘Kombardo’ is an attestation of our service and care for the guests on board our buses and ferries.

Does it make more sense now? Then.... Kombardo!

Take your bicycle with you

Lots of our passengers appreciate the option to take their bicycle with them on KOMBARDO EXPRESSEN.

Unfortunately, we often see that passengers who have booked a space for their bicycles do not use their bicycle booking and the space is wasted. For this reason, we are now charging DKK 60 for a bicycle to ensure that you can count on KOMBARDO EXPRESSEN when you want to take your bike with you on your next trip.


Strollers have to be added in the app!

We have added many of KOMBARDO EXPRESSEN’s purchase options to the app. This means that you need to use the app if you want to book a trip with a stroller.
You can, of course, still buy a standard ticket on KOMBARDO EXPRESSEN’s website.

If you have already purchased a single ticket on the website and you want to add a stroller, you can use your reservation number and your telephone number to enter the ticket into the app. As long as you do not change your departure time, you can add a bicycle or stroller here.

If you have purchased a return ticket on the website, it is not possible to add extra purchases via the app. Contact kombardo@kombardoexpressen.dk if you need any help.

And don’t hesitate to bring a stroller if you need to!

Download the app here

Board the bus at the port

We pick up passengers at the port before crossing the Kattegat with MOLSLINJEN's high-speed ferries. In Aarhus, pick-up is at the "opsamling" sign and shelter. In Odden, you can board the bus at the blue "Kombardo" shelter. 

Here's what to do:
Regardless of whether you are travelling the whole way or boarding along the route, you must purchase a ticket for the full trip. For example, if you are travelling from Sjællands Odde to Aarhus, you must have a ticket valid for travel from Copenhagen.

How to board:
If you are travelling from Aarhus to Copenhagen, you must arrive at the port no later than when the express bus departs from Valdemarsgade, by "Musikhuset" in Aarhus.
If you are travelling from Sjællands Odde to Jutland, you must be at the port no later than 1 hour and 20 minutes after the bus leaves Ingerslevsgade in Copenhagen.

If you are bringing your bicycle with you, you will not be able to board the buses at the ports at Aarhus or Sjællands Odde. You must get on at either Valdemarsgade or Ingerslevsgade.