Tourist Information


With an ambition to become the first carbonneutral capital city by 2025, Copenhagen has pioneered several sustainable solutions and sets the stage for Watermatex 2019. The history of the city streches back almost 900 years and offers some of the best sightseeing in Europe.


One can fly directly to Copenhagen Airport from most capitals of Europe and several major airports across the globe. To travel from the airport to the city centre, use either the metro/train (stations located at the airport, 15 minutes travel) or taxi.


Biking is a popular way to go around in the city. The city center is surrounded by numerous sightseeing possibilities and accomodation options.



By following this link you will find practical information about visiting Copenhagen.




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Public transportation  
The public transportation in Copenhagen is very reliable, punctual, and it takes you everywere. The trains, Metro and busses can be accessed with the same ticket. Please note the Metro will take you from the airport to central Copenhagen in only 15 minutes.  
For info on how to get around in Copenhagen, please click here  
Tickets for the metro, bus and train services are integrated in the entire Greater Copenhagen area, and a metro ticket is valid on the buses and trains as well. Always have your ticket with you in case a conductor wants to see it. Travelling without a valid ticket will result in a fine of up to DKK 750.   
For info on tickets and prices, please click here  
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