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Served by an efficient infrastructure, Denmark’s capital is easy to get to. Fast transport to Bella Center Copenhagen and the city centre is both quick and simple. Thanks to a metro and train station just steps away from Copenhagen Airport’s arrival hall, it is a breeze to get around.

By air

Copenhagen Airport lies 8 kilometres outside Copenhagen. With direct flights from over 183 destinations worldwide, it is connected to all continents. Most major European cities are within a mere one- to two-hour flight.

Once you have landed, Bella Center Copenhagen is just 6 kilometres away. The city centre is within equally easy reach. Check the transfer options below.


Bella Center Copenhagen operates a shuttle service from Copenhagen Airport to the entrance of the AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen and Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers.

From baggage claim, proceed to the information desk in Terminal 3 to be directed to the shuttle pick-up point by Terminal 2.

When departing, remember to order the shuttle bus from the hotel reception. It can hold only 15 passengers.

departures every 30 min.
Euro 2 (single ticket)
filled on a first come, first served basis
on-board Wi-Fi

Licensed taxis are available outside Terminals 1 and 3, and easily flagged all over Copenhagen.

They can be hailed on the street if the light on their roof is on, picked up at one of the city’s many taxi ranks, or booked in advance (pre-booking will be slightly more expensive).

Prices include tax and tip, but you may be charged more for large items.

CPH Airport-Bella Center Copenhagen - DKK 150-200
CPH Airport-Copenhagen - DKK 250-300, +/-20 min. depending on traffic
Bella Center Copenhagen-Copenhagen - DKK 200

From Copenhagen Airport to Copenhagen Central Station, the train is the best option.

Head to the station in Terminal 3 and or use the free shuttle bus from Terminal 1 to Terminal 3, which takes 5 minutes.

Tickets, also valid on buses and trains, can be purchased at the DSB ticket office in Terminal 3 and from ticket machines (these only accept DDK coins and major credit cards).

every 10 min. during the day, +/-13 min.
1-3 times/hour during the night
DKK 36 (3-zone single ticket)

Bus 5A takes you directly to Copenhagen Central Station, City Hall Square, Nørreport, and other stations.

Tickets, also valid on buses and trains, can be purchased from most train stations, kiosks, and ticket machines located in all metro stations (these only accept DDK coins and major credit cards).

You can also buy a single ticket from the bus driver on the bus, but you need to small change (DDK only).

CPH Airport-Copenhagen Central Station, +/- 30-35 min.
DKK 36 (3-zone single ticket)

The metro runs 24/7 from Terminal 3 and takes less than 15 minutes from Copenhagen Airport to the city centre (Nørreport Station).

Tickets, also valid on buses and trains, can be purchased at the DSB ticket office in Terminal 3 or from ticket machines (these only accept DDK coins and major credit cards).

every 4-6 min. during the day and evening hours
every 15-20 min. during the night
DKK 36 (3-zone single ticket)
Going back

Not sure what to use to get back to Copenhagen Airport?

Use the Travel Calculator to compare transportation options and find the best trip for you.

By car

Bella Center Copenhagen is just off the motorway, from both Denmark and Sweden.

Follow the so-called Airport Motorway (E20) and take exit 19 Ørestad (signposted Bella Center) to Center Boulevard.

Parking spaces are available right next to Bella Center Copenhagen.

DKK 25/hour - DKK 100/24 hours (+ EasyPark fee)
cash (DDK and Euro coins) & cards (Dankort, Visa, Euro/Master Card, American Express, Diners Club)
By train

Located in the heart of the city, Copenhagen Central Station is a gateway to all local public transport.

Buses, taxis, local S-trains and regional trains link it to most destinations across Denmark, Sweden, and Europe. Hotels, restaurants, and major tourist attractions are all within reach.

All regional trains stop at Ørestad Station (except Intercity trains). From there, it is easy to catch the metro to Bella Center Copenhagen, just 5-6 minutes away.

Hop on line M1 bound for Vanløse and alight at the Bella Center Station, located by Bella Center Copenhagen’s east entrance.

By bike

In Copenhagen practically everybody rides a bike. Why not travel like a local and explore the city on two wheels?

Electric Bycyklen bikes can be rented 24/7, 365 days a year, from over 100 Bycyklen stations across town. Easy to use, they all have a touchscreen-tablet to help with navigation and payment.

Create a Bycyklen user account online, or directly on the tablet fitted to the handlebars, entering your name, email address, telephone number and card details.

Payment will be automatically deducted from your card.

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