Copenhagen

Getting there

You can get to Copenhagen from Skanderborg, Horsens and Arhus. Best price and travel duration below.

From Stockholm 04:45 € 84
From Hamburg 04:46 € 91
From Malmo 00:28 € 12
From Skanderborg 02:39 € 56
From Horsens 02:25 € 47
From Arhus 02:45 € 48
From Aalborg 04:20 € 63
From Sodertalje 04:44 € 24
From Nassjo 02:24 € 21
From Norrkoping 03:48 € 49
From Vejle 02:01 € 44
From Hassleholm 01:12 € 24
From Helsingoer 00:44 € 8
From Lund 00:43 € 11
From Odense 01:14 € 35
From Kristianstad 01:44 € 24
From Middelfart 02:00 € 51
From Alvesta 01:50 € 21
From Fredericia 01:47 € 51
From Halmstad 02:11 € 21

Getting around

From Copenhagen, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Malmo 00:41 € 12
To Helsingoer 00:53 € 8
To Lund 01:06 € 11
To Odense 01:54 € 45
To Hassleholm 01:55 € 24
To Helsingborg 01:59
To Kristianstad 02:20 € 24
To Middelfart 02:23 € 53
To Halmstad 02:44 € 29
To Alvesta 02:46 € 34
To Nassjo 02:50 € 24
To Skanderborg 03:44 € 58
To Norrkoping 04:08 € 27
To Sodertalje 04:50 € 43
To Aalborg 05:22 € 65
To Hamburg 06:28 € 82
To Neumunster 06:40 € 114
To Stockholm 08:38 € 59
To Fredericia 09:09 € 53
To Vejle 09:26 € 64
To Horsens 09:43 € 67
To Arhus 10:15 € 68

Copenhagen city guide

Copenhagen, experience the danish way of life

Tivoli Gardens is the hub of Copenhagen’s cultural scene with live jazz and ornate mansions, but its fairground rides, including the terrifying Star Flyer, bring it firmly into the present. Drink in the sea air, tuck into fresh herring and browse the creations of classy modernist designers.

Culture and quality of life define the face of the Danish capital. Thus, Copenhagen is one of the world’s most environmentally friendly towns.

Since 2000, a bridge over the Baltic Sea connects Copenhagen to Malmö in Sweden. It has broadened the importance of this Scandinavian door toward the North. Alongside many harbours and beaches, Copenhagen is laden with huge parks, and a wide range of old and modern architecture.

Experiment the depths of the town through its underground or waterbuses, or simply with a bicycle, so you will look like a real Dane. And don’t forget to taste their hundredth of danish beers.

Copenhagen station(s)

Trains are convenient way to reach any town and city in Europe. All main towns have a railway station, while major cities have more than two railway stations. Nearly all railway stations are located in the city centre. Check our map to locate railway station(s) in Copenhagen.


Koebenhavn H

Address: Banegårdspladsen 7 1570 Copenhagen

Koebenhavn Kastrup

Address: Airport of Copenhagen 2770 Copenhagen



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Customer reviews

"Good trip"

  Annoh Marylène Aude a. 
I travelled by train from KOEBENHAVN to MALMO. It was very fast The train was very confortable  

"Train Stockholm to Kopenhage"

  Frans d.  06/07/2014
Nice train and very friendly train-personnel. Take that train.