By Plane

You arrive at Kastrup Airport (tel. 32-31-32-31;, 12km (7 1/2 miles) from the center of Copenhagen. Air-rail trains link the airport with the Central Railway Station in the center of Copenhagen. The ride takes 13 minutes, and costs DKK27 ($4.60/£2.70). Located right under the airport's Arrivals and Departures halls, the Air Rail Terminal is a short escalator ride from the gates. You can also take an SAS bus to the city terminal; the fare is DKK26 ($4.40/£2.60). A taxi to the city center costs DKK180 to DKK220 ($31-$37/£18-£22).

By Train


Trains arrive at the HovedBanegården (Central Railway Station; tel. 70-13-14-15 for rail information), in the center of Copenhagen, near Tivoli Gardens and the Rådhuspladsen. The station operates a luggage-checking service, but room bookings are available only at the tourist office.

From the Central Railway Station, you can connect with the S-tog, a local train; trains depart from platforms in the terminal itself. The information desk is near tracks 5 and 6.

By Bus

Buses from Zealand and elsewhere pull into the Central Railway Station. For bus information, call tel. 36-13-14-15 daily 7am to 9:30pm.


By Car

If you're driving from Germany, a car ferry will take you from Travemünde to Gedser in southern Denmark. From Gedser, get on E55 north, an express highway that will deliver you to the southern outskirts of Copenhagen. If you're coming from Sweden via the Øresund Bridge, it will deposit you on the city's eastern outskirts, close to Kastrup airport. From here, it's a short drive into the center.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.