This map shows the existing railroads in Denmark by 2007 as shown at the homepage for BaneDanmark. However some closed tracks has been ignored, so has the S-train and the Metro in and around Copenhagen. By playable reasons I invented (or rather reopened) some ferry connections between the different parts of Denmark ans Sweden.
- Entire map (74,22 x 54,92 cm) - JPG (2.59 MB)
The map can be printed on 8 A4-pages using either the PDF or the individual JPGs in the ZIP-file. The destination cards is designed to be printed on Avery C32016/C32011 (Business Cards) or on plain A4 paper. There is an optional backside included in the set.
In order to play, you will need the trains, the colored markers for each players and the train cards from the original game (either the USA- or the Europe-version). If you don't own the game, I encourage you to buy it. You can play by the rules from the USA-version or the Europe-version. If you use the USA-rules, you just have to ignore the ferries and the tunnels.
The destination cards is divided into two categories: short routes < 19 and long routes > 19 points. In the European version of the game, each player is dealt three short routes and one long route at the beginning of the game and has to keep at least two routes. In the USA-version, the destination cards is mixed and you are given three and to keep one.
Thanks to Hélio Andrade for borrowing the frame from his portugese map.
Ticket To Ride
The original game is desighed by Alan R. Moon and published by Days of Wonder. The players collect and play matching train cards to claim railway routes connecting cities throughout the map. The longer the routes, the more points they earn. Extra points is given if two given destinations is connected.
German: Zug um Zug
French: Les Aventuriers du rail
Spanish: Aventureros al Tren