Copenhagen is the main hub for all air travel in this region of Northern Europe. Its stunning international airport (Kastrup) is eight kilometres southeast of the city. From the airport it takes just 14 minutes to reach the city centre by train or metro, and 20 minutes to reach Copenhagen Business School. Regional trains and taxis are also available.
The Metro station is located at the end of Terminal 3. Metro trains depart every 4 to 6 minutes during the day and every 15 minutes in the evening. The Metro operates from 5:00 in the morning until midnight from Monday to Wednesday, and around the clock Thursday to Sunday. Tickets are available at the Metro station and at the DBS ticket counter in Terminal 3.
Regional trains also connect the airport with the Nørreport train/Metro station and the Central Railway Station. The train station is at Terminal 3. Tickets are available at the DBS office in Terminal 3 and in the station area.
Taxis are plentiful. The fare includes VAT and a service charge. If you want to pay by credit card, inform the driver before the start of the journey.
More information on getting to and from the airport.
Copenhagen is a compact city with a well-planned network of public transportation, making it easy for visitors to get around. The city is served by a Metro system, local S-trains (red), and buses, and connected by regional trains to points beyond the metropolitan area.
Most hotels, restaurants, sights and shops are within walking distance. Unlike any other European capital city, Copenhagen has no traffic problems and no congestion, so minimal travel times between any of the locations in and around the city can be guaranteed. Swift and easy transport is available between Copenhagen Airport, Copenhagen Business School and the city centre.
Public transport in Copenhagen and surroundings is comfortable, efficient and safe. It is easy to get around and to transfer between buses, harbour buses, trains and the metro - all on the same ticket.
CBS Venue is located on the metro line, and all hotels are easily reached by Metro.
The Metro’s fully automated trains link parts of the Danish capital in a new way. There is now an effective and fast link between the large urban areas from east to west, with the city centre acting as the hub. The Metro operates around the clock. During peak periods trains run every 90 seconds from stations above and below ground level.
The high quality public transportation system, consisting of the metro, buses and trains, connects the centre with its suburbs and the airport (a mere 20-minute ride). With the metro, CBS is easily accessible – four minutes from the city centre with three metro stations serving the CBS Campus.
Besides public transportation in Copenhagen there are other options as well. In the centre of town you can rent a bike through different stands. This type of bike is known as bycyklen. You need DKK 20 to rent the bike and there is no limit to how long you can use it. You need to stay in the inner city and cannot use the bike to and from CBS, you lock the bike by returning it to one of the many stands. In the centre of town you can also hail a Rickshaw to take you around the city in a more relaxed fashion.
Copenhagen was the first city to introduce pedestrian streets and many visitors find walking an enjoyable and relaxed way of getting around. Most attractions in the city centre are located close to each other, and since Copenhagen is a safe city, walking is an attractive option.