Below you will find transportation advice to guide you from Kastrup Airport or Copenhagen Central Station (Hovedbanegården) to your hotel and to Statens Serum Institut.
Transportation from the airport (Kastrup Lufthavn)
Train or metro will take you directly from the airport to your destination. The train and metro stations are located conveniently at the end of the arrival hall (Terminal 3). In the same area you will find a DSB ticket office, where you can buy a ticket for both the train and the metro. Please read more about tickets below.
Both the train and the metro go directly toNørreport Station from which you can reach Ibsens Hotel and Hotel Kong Arthur by foot. The other hotels are best reached from the Central Station (Hovedbanegården), which is only served by the train from Kastrup Airport, and not the metro. The metro runs all week and all night, and leave every 4 minutes, the train every 20 minutes.
If you are staying at the Cab Inn Hotel, please take the metro from the airport, and go to metro stationForum, which is located less than 5 minutes’ walk from the Cab Inn Hotel.
The trip from Copenhagen Airport to Nørreport station or Forum station takes about 15 minutes.
- More about travelling by metro from the airport
- More about travelling by train from the airport
- Link to map of Copenhagen Airport
- Link to metro system website
- Link to DSB (State railways)
At the DSB ticket office in Terminal 3 you can buy a ticket for the train or metro to Copenhagen. Tickets are valid for trains, metro and busses in the zones that you have paid for. The price for a ticket from the airport to Copenhagen is DKK 31.50. Ask for a “3 zone-ticket” if you are going to Nørreport station or to Forum station.
Buy your ticket for the train or metro from one of the ticket machines in the Central Station. Tickets are valid for trains, metro and busses in the zones that you have paid for. The price for a ticket from the Central Station to Nørreport station or Forum station is DKK 21. Buy a “2-zone-ticket” if you are going to Nørreport station or to Forum station. Locally in Copenhagen center you only need 2-zone tickets for most destinations, including e.g. going from your hotel to the Statens Serum Institut. ‘2-zone klippekort’ with 10 tickets are substantially cheaper than buying individual tickets, and 24 hour passes are cheaper than tickets if you e.g. want to explore outside of Copenhagen.
Getting to the meeting venue (Statens Serum Institut, Artillerivej 5, 2300 Copenhagen S)
Walk, take a bus or the metro to Islands Brygge station. Statens Serum Institut is located at Artillerivej 5 / Ørestads Boulevard 5 (the street has two names) just across the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel (see ‘Map’-page).