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Discounted Travel Pass for the delegates

The Travel Pass is a special offer for conference delegates. It offers unlimited public transportation in all of Copenhagen and the north of Sealand. This includes the easy 12 minutes access from the Airport into the City Centre by either metro or train.

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Getting to Copenhagen

Sunrise at Copenhagen Airport
With non-stop flights from more than 150 international destinations, Copenhagen Airport is easy to access from every continent and all major European cities are within a one to two hour flight.

Copenhagen Airport, CPH, is the largest Airport in Scandinavia and the Best Airport in Northern Europe (SkyTrax 2014) serving over 24 million passengers in 2013. CPH has received numerous accolades for quality, design, customer satisfaction and efficiency, including World’s Best Security Processing (SkyTrax 2014).

The city centre is only 13 minutes away by Metro or train, which is the fastest transfer time from airport to city centre in any European capital city. It is one of the most affordable too – a full fare ticket costs only between €3.50-€5.

CPH is the main hub for Scandinavian Airlines (SAS). SAS is renowned for its Scandinavian-style efficiency and world-class punctuality (according to FligtStats) and was the world’s first airline to receive IATA Fast Travel Award platinum status in 2013 and again in 2014. SAS offers a carbon offset program, and holds a number of international eco-certificates including ISO 14001.

All road leads to… Copenhagen

If you are travelling within Europe and would like to avoid take offs and landings altogether, you can instead choose one of the many efficient rail connections linking Copenhagen to most major cities in Europe. The fixed link to Sweden also offers easy access from all of Scandinavia.

Copenhagen is around five hours by train from Hamburg or Stockholm, less than 12 hours from Amsterdam, Basel and Munich, and 24 hours from Rome.

Copenhagen is also well connected to other cities in Europe by road via the European highway network, bridges and by boat.