Copenhagen Airport is served by SAS, Maersk Air and 60 other carriers, operating
services to and from 111 cities world-wide.
Copenhagen offers the fastest and cheapest airport-to-city-centre rail link
in any European capital - just 20 minutes - and it costs only DKK 22,50 (a bit
more than 3 Euro) Please purchase the ticket before getting on the train.
DSB - the Danish State Railway - connects Copenhagen with all the capitals in
Continental Europe. It also links Copenhagen with the British Isles via Holland.
All international trains arrive in and depart from Copenhagen Central Station
in the centre of Copenhagen.
Direct ferries connect Copenhagen with Sweden, Norway and Poland. By car or
train you can also reach other Danish towns with ferry-connections: Elsinore
(47 km/29 m to the north) for Sweden, Rødby (150 km/94m to the south)
for Germany, Esbjerg (200 km/125m to the west) for England, and Frederikshavn
or Hirtshals (approx. 460 km/288m to the north-west) for Sweden and Norway.
Denmark's highway system links Copenhagen with the rest of Europe and other
neighbouring countries via E 47, E 20 (with connection to E 45) and E 55. The
Danish Road Directorate operates a Traffic Information service on tel.: +45
33 15 64 44.
Only a few companies operate from Copenhagen with permanent international bus
services: to/from Sweden and the Czech Republic (Prague), but during the year
several operators offer bus tours to Copenhagen. Ask your local travel agency.