Transport

Denmark is geographically the tress hold to Scandinavia. Most visitors to the region arrive at Copenhagen Airport, Northern Europe’s largest airport with connections to practically anywhere the world. The Oresund Bridge offers quick connection to Sweden by car or train.

 

Air

Most visitors to the region arrive at Copenhagen airport, which has flight connections to practically anywhere the world. Copenhagen airport is regularly voted the best airport in the world by travel organizations, magazines and travelers. SAS, Europe’s sixth largest airline, has 215 daily flights to Copenhagen and covers the whole world via its membership of the Star Alliance. Moreover, 60 other carriers have flights between Copenhagen and 111 cities worldwide.

Copenhagen airport – Copenhagen City: 12 min by train, metro or car.

Copenhagen Airport

 

Car

Greater Copenhagen has a large network of toll-free motorways and public roads connecting different municipalities of the city together and to Northern Europe. As in many other cities in Europe traffic is increasing in Copenhagen. The radial arterial roads leading to Copenhagen city centre are critically congested during peak hours.

 

Public transport

Denmark has one of the best developed public transportation systems in the world. Trains, buses and the Metro run on time, at intervals of 20 minutes or less. The choices are many and most people use public transportation in combination with a car or bicycle.

The public transportation in Copenhagen is very reliable, punctual, and it takes you everywere. In Copenhagen the trains, Metro and busses (including waterbuses) can be accessed with the same ticket. All you need to know is how many zones you will pass on your journey.

The metro is in service all day and all night, every day of the week.

The Metro will take you from the airport to central Copenhagen in only 20 minutes.

See mere about Public transport in Greater Copenhagen here

 

Bicycle

Copenhagen is known as one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world. Every day 1.1 million km are bicycled in Copenhagen. 45% of all citizens commute to work, school or university by bicycle.

Bicycle paths are often separated from the main traffic lanes and sometimes have their own signal systems.

You can rent bicycles all in all larger cities.