The public transport infrastructure of Copenhagen is among the most efficient and reliable in the world, and it is still being developed and improved. Public transport will get you anywhere you wish to go in the capital region.
Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup, is located just eight kilometres from the centre of Copenhagen. With its 60.000 daily passengers, it's the largest airport in Scandinavia. There are several options of public transportation to get from the airport to the city center.
Copenhagen Central Station is located in the heart of the city, bordering the rough but also trendy Vesterbro. It is a gateway to all public transportation in and out and around Copenhagen.
Here you will find buses, taxis, local S-trains as well as regional trains which will take you to North Zealand, other areas of Denmark, Sweden, and most of Europe - and the airport.
Copenhagen Central Station is home to the Danish Public Transport Corporation DSB's travel agency, a post office, supermarket, bakery, eateries, phamarcy, shopping center, baby changing facilities, bathrooms, showers, luggage storage, and a lost-and-found office.
The Danish state railways, DSB, run Copenhagen's S-trains as well as the regional train traffic in Denmark.
DSB S-tog, which connects the metropolitan region, is not the only train service out of Copenhagen. DSB Regional Trains run routes out of the city, not just on Zealand but also around Denmark and abroad.
Since the opening of Storebæltsbroen, which connects Zealand and Funen, travel times have been reduced considerably, and it is now possible to travel to Århus, the second-largest city in Denmark, in three hours.
If you are heading northward to Elsinore or in that direction, to places like Klampenborg, Rungsted, Nivå or Humlebæk, you can take Kystbanen - the coastal train route. The train runs between Elsinore via Copenhagen city centre to Copenhagen Airport.
There are 4 metro lines which operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week within the City of Copenhagen. See below the map for the Metro. Check out the website for more information.
More information on travel by car and parking possibilities will follow soon.
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