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Copenhagen's Kastrup Airport (CPH) is the main hub of Scandinavia's largest carrier SAS Scandinavian and regularly wins favorable comments from passengers for both design and function — this is a much more pleasant place to transit than, say, London Heathrow or Frankfurt. Check-in lines for SAS can get very long however during the peak hours of the summer months so make sure to allocate some extra time for this. Self-service check in counters are actually available, but it appears that not too many people make use of them.
A number of low-cost carriers also fly to the airport. EasyJet serve Copenhagen from London Stansted and Berlin Schönefeld. Sterling and Snowflake (SAS's budget brand) connect Copenhagen with many cities in Europe and beyond. Air Berlin flies direct to Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Berlin. Norwegian offers budget flights to Oslo.
Consider Sturup Airport in Malmö, Sweden as well - it's 40 minutes by bus from central Malmö, from there 30 minutes by train to Copenhagen Central Station. Or use the direct Bus 737 (DKK 100, 50 minutes). Ryanair fly from London (Stansted) and Dublin, Wizzair from Warsaw and Budapest.
To go from the airport to downtown Copenhagen you will need a 3-zone ticket (26 DKK) to take the train. It takes 12 minutes to the central station (Hovedbanegården), the ticket is valid for 1 hour on the train, buses and the metro. Or get a yellow card valid for 10 trips for DKK 145.
All buses and trains stop at Central Station, the main transport hub. There are hourly trains from major cities such as Odense and Aarhus via the Storebælt Bridge.
The easiest and fastest way to get in from Sweden is to cross the Øresund Bridge via Malmö, a journey of only 30 minutes.
Gråhundbus (DKK 60, DKK 100 same day return), Swebus Express, and Säfflebussen have routes to Malmö and Sweden. To Malmö the buses take longer but are cheaper than the train, especially for daytrips.
Travel by train has been prioritized politically, therefore Copenhagen still lacks an international bus terminal. Most international busses stop somewhere around the Central Station, but be sure to check the exact location when you buy your ticket.
There are about half a dozen daily trains to Hamburg and Luebeck in Germany via Rødby-Puttgarden (train ferry).
Ferries ply between Copenhagen Port and Oslo (16hr), Bornholm (7hr).
Copenhagen has several marinas. The biggest isSvanemøllehavnen. There are no designated visitor berths but it is almost always possible to find one with a green sign. Daily charge: 75-120 DKK.
The two big hubs are the Central Station (da: Hovedbanegården) with S-trains, Intercity-trains, and buses and Nørreport Station with S-trains, metro, regional trains, and buses. Travels by trains, buses and metro can be scheduled electronically throughrejseplanen.dk
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updated 23 Oct 2006