Transport

Transportation

The attraction of Copenhagen airport is more than just its geographical location and easy access. As a major European transfer hub it has over the past decade been tailoring its facilities to suit the international traveler.

You can fly directly to Copenhagen Airport from approximately 130 destinations all over the world, including 18 intercontinental, 89 European, 14 Nordic and 6 domestic routes. In recent years Copenhagen airport has won a numerous prizes for quality, design, customer satisfaction and efficiency. Copenhagen is preferred low cost career airport in Scandinavia.

Copenhagen airport is situated on the island of Amager, eight kilometers south-east of Copenhagen. The city centre can be reached within 12 minutes by Metro or train, this is by far the fastest transfer from the airport to city centre of any European Capital city. The distance to the venue is 30 kilometers. Travel time by car 25 minutes. Public transport in Copenhagen is comfortable, efficient and safe. Busses two Metro lines, two harbour busses and the S-train network make travelling in Copenhagen easy.

metro

Recently a new climate-friendly bus route opened in Copenhagen, the electric driven CityCirkle busses run every seven minutes and take you to some of Copenhagen’s top attractions. It is easy to transfer between busses harbour busses trains and Metro – all in same ticket.

citycirkle

Travel form Copenhagen city centre to the regatta course recommended to be by train to the Skovbrynet station only 10 minutes easy walk to and from the regatta area.

If you prefer to get around by car, you can either hail a taxi or rent your own vehicle. You will find a numerous car rental agencies in both the city as well as at the airport, many of them family international companies. Taxis are comfortable and clean. They are plentiful and generally easy to hail.

Bicycles can be rent and it will take you app. 40 minutes to cycle from the central Copenhagen to the venue. It’s a good warm up for rowers!