Travelling to Copenhagen
With non-stop flights from 165 international destinations and more than 4,000 weekly departures and arrivals, Copenhagen Airport is Scandinavia’s largest airport and is accessible from anywhere in the world. Travelers have voted it ‘Europe’s best airport’ numerous times.
The airport’s efficiency and wellconnected flight routes make it easy for congress delegates to travel to Copenhagen. And with a Metro and train station located above and beneath the arrival hall, fast transport to the heart of the city is simple. Trains run to Copenhagen Central Station every 10 minutes and the Metro runs around the clock.
You can plan your journey in Copenhagen on www.journeyplanner.dk.
From the Airport to the City Centre:
Getting to the venue
DGI-byen is located merely 50 m from Copenhagen central station which has direct trains to and from Copenhagen international airport. You will not have to change trains or take busses. You can simply catch a direct train from the airport to the central station (travel time of 12 minutes) and after a short walk you will be at the venue. DGI-byen also has a secure carpark with 192 car-park spaces, if you arrive by car.
Parking by the venue
Car park entrance from Ingerslevsgade, 1704 Copenhagen V. (Floor to ceiling height, 2 metres). Booking and payment via the app Plot Park. It is not possible to buy parking tickets or pay with cash at our premises, please download at App Store or Google Play instead. More information here https://www.dgi-byen.com/about_dgi-byen/parking/.