Getting to Copenhagen
Copenhagen is an easily accessible and compact city in which most of the hotels, restaurants, venues, sights and shops are within walking distance of each other. Alternatively, the city's efficient public transport makes covering longer distances effortless.
Copenhagen Airport is the largest in Scandinavia and has been named the Best Airport in Northern Europe with the World’s Best Security Processing (SkyTrax 2013 & 2014). All European mainland airports can be reached within 3.5 hours, while Europe's major cities are less than 2 hours away.
With non-stop flights from 157 international destinations and more than 4,000 weekly departures, Copenhagen is easy to access from all continents and Copenhagen Airport continues to be in the top-three among the world's best at route development (World Routes Conference 2014).
24.5 % of the airlines operating in Copenhagen Airport are low cost airlines; making Copenhagen Airport the largest low cost carrier airport in Scandinavia. To provide an even better service, the airport opened a terminal in 2010 exclusively for low cost carriers.
Copenhagen Airport also has its own public Metro and train station, and the journey to the city centre is only 15 minutes. This is the shortest travel time from an airport to any capital city centre in Europe. It is one of the most affordable too, as a full fare ticket only cost between 3.50 € - 5 €.