Travel to Copenhagen
Copenhagen is easy to reach from any location. There are direct flights from more than 120 cities worldwide to the Copenhagen Airport.
Taxi from the airport
There are taxis available outside all arrival areas in the airport. Travel time from the airport to Copenhagen city center is 15-20 minutes depending on the traffic.
Train from the airport
There are regular train connections from the airport. Travel time from the airport to the Copenhagen city center is about 15 minutes. The DSB (Danish Rail) ticket office is located above the railway station in Terminal 3.
Metro from the airport
There are regular metro connections from Copenhagen Airport (4-6 minutes intervals during the day, 15-20 minutes intervals during the night). Travel time from the airport to Copenhagen city center is about 15 minutes. The Metro station is located at the end of Terminal 3. Tickets for the Metro are available at the Metro station and at the DSB ticket sales counter in Terminal 3.
How to get to the Copenhagen Biocenter
The train and metro station closest to the Copenhagen Biocenter is Norreport Station. From there take a taxi or bus 6A (towards Emdrup Torv) to Copenhagen Biocenter (get off at Arresogade) or, if weather permits, it is a nice walk from the station, approx. 20 minutes.
If you travel to the Copenhagen Biocenter by car, please notice that you will need a guest parking permit which can be obtained at the Biocenter reception.
The online service 'Rejseplanen' (Journey planner) may help you find the most convenient way to travel to the Copenhagen Biocenter (and any other destinations in Copenhagen and Denmark you may wish).
General information about travel in the Greater Copenhagen area
The red S-trains will take you to, from and around Copenhagen and most
of North Zealand from approx. 05:00 - 00:30 during weekdays. The trains
begin to operate a little later in the morning during weekends.
See the S train schedule.
The Metro operates at 4-6 minute intervals during the day and evening hours and every 15 minutes during the night. The Metro operates from 05:00 in the morning to midnight. Thursday - Sunday the Metro operates around the clock.
In the Greater Copenhagen Area all normal buses are yellow, yellow and red (A-busses) or yellow and blue (S-buses, which are the fastest ones). Always enter in the front, and exit in the back or middle middle. Bus stops are marked with yellow signs, and you have to push the red stop button when you wish you get off. Night buses are available every night in the city as well as to many towns in the surrounding area from 01:00 - 05:00. The numbers on the night buses always begin with an "N".
The Harbor buses run in Copenhagen Harbor from the Royal Library to the Little Mermaid with stops in Nyhavn and by the Opera House.
See Movia for more bus information.
You can use the same tickets for the S trains, the Metro and buses if you travel within the Greater Copenhagen area.
Tickets can be purchased from ticket offices, from vending machines at stations or from bus drivers. The tickets are stamped with time, date and departure zone. You pay for the number of zones you need but the minimum fare is for two zones and the maximum is for 9 (all zones).
If you stay for a longer period, you can buy a 'Clip card' which consists of 10 tickets.
Copenhagen is famous for its many bikes and large number of bike lanes. There are plenty of places to rent bikes. Ask your hotel.
In addition to rental bikes, the Municipality of Copenhagen has made a number of city bikes available in the city. You pay a deposit of DKK 20 to borrow a bike. The use of the free city bikes is limited to the city bike zone in central Copenhagen. There are bike-racks in central places of the city.
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