Unlimited Travel by Bus, Train and Metro
Get 70 % discount on public transportation with EUROSPINE. The Travel Pass offers unlimited public transportation at 5 Euros per day*. It is sold online and is delivered as an SMS ticket on your mobile phone. You can buy your Travel Pass today and have it delivered on the day of your arrival.
• Unlimited public transportation for less than 5 Euros per day
• Airport to city transportation included
• Easy online ordering
Notice: This offer is only valid for online ordering and requires a minimum of 2 days
You can buy your Travel Pass today and have it delivered on the day of your arrival.
General terms and conditions
The Public Transportation Authorities (DOT) offer the Travel Pass to large congresses with more than a 1000 delegates at a discounted price.
The ticket is valid on bus, train and metro in Greater Copenhagen.
Please note the ticket is only available in Danish.
Handling: For ticket validation delegates need to show the SMS on the phone as if it was a paper ticket.The local transport staff has a scanner which checks the validity through the plus codes (the numbers with pluses on both sides). The identical plus codes are shown on the email receipt too.
In case a delegate loses the SMS the receipt can be used as a back-up ticket.
To avoid fraud the staff will ask to see the delegates mobile phone too to validate the proper ownership of the ticket.
The metro line M1 takes you directly from the City Centre to the Bella Center within 10 minutes.
Three metro stations in close vicinity (Nørreport, Kgs. Nytorv, Christianshavn) ensure a fast and direct connection to EUROSPINE 2015.
The metro runs every 6 minutes during day and evening. During the night the train runs every 15-20 minutes.
Copenhagen's characteristic red S-trains will take you to, from and around Copenhagen and most of North Sealand from approximately 05:00 - 01:00 during daytime. After Friday and Saturday the trains run twice an hour during the night. The trains run from Copenhagen to Hillerød and Klampenborg in the north and Frederikssund and Høje-Taastrup in the west.
Tickets: 24.00 DKK - 108.00 DKK (3.00 EUR - 15.00 EUR)
Children under 12 years travel free in parents company
Danish State Railways
Buses in Copenhagen are operated by Movia.
They are either yellow, yellow and blue (A-buses) or yellow and red (S-buses - the fastest). Bus stops are marked with a yellow sign. Tickets can be bought from ticket offices, vending machines at stations or from bus drivers. Children under the age of 12 travel free when accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket.
Night buses operate throughout Copenhagen between the hours of 01:00 - 05:00, and are shown with the letter N preceding the route number.)
Bus line 30
Runs between Vesterport Station (via the central station) and Bella Center.
Bus line 4A
Runs from Svanemøllen Station to Sundbyvester Plads via Valby Station and Sjælør Station.
Bus line 250S
Runs from Buddingevej via Forum Station and Copenhagen Central Station to Bella Center.
Københavns Lufthavn Station is situated directly at the airport.
Regional train ØR 1097 (towards Østerport Station) departs from platform 2.
After 5 minutes you arrive at Ørestad Station - please change to Ørestad Metro Station an take Metro M1 towards Vanløse Station.
After 2 minutes you arrive at Bella Center Station, from here it’s a 3 minute walk to the Bella Center.
Fare: 15 DKK
A regional train runs regularly from the airport to Ørestad Station.
Danish State Railways
A taxi from Copenhagen Airport to the Bella Center takes approx. 10 minutes and costs about 150.00 DKK - 200.00 DKK (20.00 EUR - 27.00 EUR)
The metro is located right above terminal 3. All the trains go in the same direction from the airport (M2 to Vanløse Station), so you do not have to worry about getting on the wrong train. The trains run with 4-6 minutes intervals during the day and evening. During the night the train runs every 15-20 minutes. It will take you 13 minutes to get to Nørreport Station (hub in city centre) from the airport.
Tickets can be bought at the metro station and at the DSB ticket sales counter in terminal 3. Please note that the machines only accept coins and credit cards, not notes.
The train station is located by terminal 3. You can take a free shuttle bus from terminal 1 to terminal 3, which will take 5 minutes. The trains run every 10 minutes during the day and will get you to Copenhagen Central Station in about 13 minutes. During the night the trains run 1-3 times an hour.
Tickets can be bought at the ticket machines in terminal 3 just above the railway, and at the DSB ticket sales counter, also located in terminal 3. Please note that the machines only accept coins and credit cards, not notes.
Bus 5A will take you directly to Copenhagen Central Station, City Hall Square, Nørreport and other stations. It takes about 30-35 minutes from the airport to the Central Station. The bus runs every 10 minutes until 01:00 at night. The buses run again from 05:00 in the morning. Tickets can be bought at the ticket machines in terminal 3, or you can buy a ticket on the bus. Please note that the bus drivers only accept coins.
Taxis can pick up passengers at terminal 1 and 3 and will get you to downtown Copenhagen in about 20 minutes depending on traffic. Taxis are usually waiting outside each terminal. It will cost approximately 250.00 DKK - 300.00 DKK (33.00 EUR - 40.00 EUR).Taxi Copenhagen
Copenhagen Airport - Københavns Lufthavn, Kastrup (CPH) is the major airport for both cities Copenhagen, Denmark and Malmö, Sweden. Around 2 million passengers - both on international and domestic flights - pass Kastrup every year. Apart from the largest Scandinavian airline SAS (Scandinavian Airlines), almost all the worlds major airlines are represented here. The airport is located in Amager, south of the city center and only few minutes drive from the Öresund Bridge. The trip by Metro (subway) from the city centre takes 14 minutes.
Hovedbanegården - The Central Station
Grand Central Station, Hovedbanegården, was built in 1911. It was rebuilt and extended with a modern shopping centre in 1994 and is now back to its grandeur from the last century, welcoming more than 80,000 people every day, 365 days a year. You can reach Copenhagen by direct trains from all major cities in Europe. More than 1 000 trains depart every day to international, national, regional and local destinations.
Driving from Sweden
You have a few options depending on from where in Sweden you are driving. If you are close to Malmö, the Öresund bridge is your best choice. This fixed link connecting Sweden and Denmark is one of the largest constructions, of its kind, in the world. It is a combination of a bridge, an artificially made island, Peberholmen, and a tunnel. All together 16 kilometres (10 miles).
It is a 30 minutes drive from city to city. From Helsingborg there are ferries running 24 hours a day to Helsingør (Elsinore). The crossing takes 20 minutes and Copenhagen is within less than an hour drive.
Driving from Germany
Copenhagen is just next door to Germany. You have a couple of options getting here by car; driving via Jutland and then to cross the Great Belt Bridge (Storebæltsbroen), the world's second longest suspension bridge with a span of 1,624 metres, exceeded only by a Japanese bridge and with pylons higher than the Golden Gate Bridge's. The toll (2009) is DKK 215 (Euro 30) for one ride with a car 3-6 metres long, and DKK 375 for a weekend ticket. From the border, there will be approximately a 3 hour drive to the capital.
The other options are to take the ferry from Puttgarden to Rødby, or from Rostock to Gedser. Once in Denmark, you have a good hour drive to the capital.
Arrival to Copenhagen harbour
To Copenhagen, you have daily direct ferries from Norway (Oslo, by DFDS Seaways) and Poland (Swinoujscie, by Unity Line). These ferries arrive to Søndre Frihavn.
If you are travelling from the UK, there is a daily ferry, operated by DFDS Seaways from Harwich to Esbjerg, 200 kilometres west of Copenhagen. From Rostock and Puttgarden in Germany, you have daily connections operated by Scandlines to Gedser and Rödby, about 150 kilometres from Copenhagen. Crossing time Puttgarden - Rödby is 45 minutes, Rostock - Gedser: 2 hours. From Sweden, there is the frequent ferry connection Helsingborg - Elsinore (Helsingør). Those who will take a train afterwards, will travel from there for less than an hour, by car on the European route E55 the journey takes approx. half an hour.