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Travelling to and in Copenhagen

Travelling to Copenhagen

Copenhagen Airport is the largest airport in Scandinavia, and with non-stop flights from 157 international destinations and more than 4,000 weekly departures, Copenhagen is easy to access from all continents. In 2010, Copenhagen Airport opened a new terminal exclusively for low-cost carriers and today, 24.5% of the airlines operating in Copenhagen Airport are low-cost airlines.

Copenhagen is well connected to other cities in Europe by road via the European highway network, bridges and by boat.

Travelling in Copenhagen

Metro map

Copenhagen Airport has its own public Metro and train station located above and under the main arrival area. The journey to the city centre takes only 13 minutes, and a full fare ticket only costs between EUR 3.50 – EUR 5.

Copenhagen has an extensive public transportation system that connects the various areas of the city centre as well as the suburbs. Copenhagen's Metro runs 24/7 and was named The World’s Best Metro at the Metro Rail Conference in both 2008 and 2010. 

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Train & Metro

Copenhagen Airport – City centre: approx.13 minutes (direct line)
Copenhagen Airport – Bella Center: approx. 25 minutes (1 change)
Bella Center – City centre: approx. 9-12 minutes (direct line)

Plan your journey with the train here.

Pedestrian Thanks to its compact scale and extensive pavements, street crossings and pedestrian zones, Copenhagen is easy to explore by foot and is safe to walk around in day and night.  
Taxi

Taxis are easy to hail on the street and most accept all major credit cards. All taxis are clearly licensed and operate at fixed mileage rates. 
Bike Copenhagen offers a well-functioning infrastructure with 400 kilometres of bicycle lanes. If you wish to explore Copenhagen by bike, most bike shops and hotels offer bikes for rent, some hotels even lend bikes to their guests for free.
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