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Getting around in Copenhagen

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Getting to and around Copenhagen is easy. Our award-winning airport is just 12 minutes by public transport from the city centre, and once you’re in the city, everything is connected.

Take your pick from travel on foot, by bike, bus, train or metro, and you and your delegates will find it easy to get from hotel to event venue in no time. Contact us for details on how to buy a travel pass for large groups, offering delegates free public transport for the duration of their stay. 

Move by metro
12 minutes. Thats how long it takes with the metro from Copenhagen Airport to the city centre. The Copenhagen Metro runs throughout the capital city area 24/7. In 2019, the M3 metro city ring was opened, which connected the city centre even better with all the neighbourhoods of the capital. Furthermore, in 2020, part of the M4 opened and tied together the urban district of Nordhavn with the rest of Copenhagen. In 2024, the M4 will expand with five new metro stations in Sydhavn. 

Take the train
Trains have routes through all of Copenhagen’s neighbourhoods, to the airport and across the country. Excursions within and beyond the city – to destinations such as Roskilde, Elsinore or the Swedish city of Malmo – are easily accessible from the central station.

Cruise by cycle
Explore the city the local way - via 546km of bike lanes. Copenhageners love to bike, and with 100 city bike locations and many opportunities to rent, procuring a bicycle is easy. 

Try a taxi
Taxis are easy to hail on the street, and most major credit cards are accepted. All taxis are clearly licensed and operate at fixed mileage rates.

Walk and wander 
Thanks to ample pavement, street crossings, pedestrian zones and its compact size, Copenhagen is easy to tour by foot and safe to walk around in both day and night. The bikeable and walkable city invites you closer to a sustainable stay. So, do make sure to bring your walking shoes.

Contact us

We’re here to help, whatever stage of planning you’re at, and it doesn’t cost an øre (that’s Danish for penny). Email us at or look for the right person on our contacts page.





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