Despite its airport being the second largest in the country, Billund is itself fairly small and has no railway lines, which means that all travel takes place by road or plane. Buses leave the airport at regular intervals to surrounding areas and, in summer, the Billund City Shuttle transports travellers between the airport, the centre of town, and the area's main attractions free of charge.
Licensed taxis are available throughout Denmark and, if their roof light is on, can be hailed on the street for a bit cheaper than booking one in advance. As is the case in much of the rest of the country, cycling is also a popular mode of transport in Billund. There are a number of bicycle rental shops for travellers who want to explore the town and surrounds on one of its cycle routes, with a range of bicycles readily available to hire.
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