Metro, bus, train

On-line directions

Find your way around Copenhagen and greater Copenhagen here.

The public transport infrastructure of Copenhagen is among the most efficient and reliable in the world, and it is still being developed and improved. Public transport will get you anywhere you wish to go in the capital region.

A number of ticket and card types, including the City Pass, can be purchased from machines at train and metro stations (find the machines on the metro platform) using cash or creditcard. You can buy all ticket and card types at trainstations with ticket outlets.

TYPES OF TRANSPORTATION 

A-buses
City buses which run at regular 4-7 minute intervals
during day time. A-buses stop frequently on route.
S-buses
Quick and direct buses with few stops on route.
Trains
Regional trains and S-trains run according to the timetables posted at the stations. Timetables are also available online.
Metro
The metro runs regularly, 5:00-23 with minimal waiting time. Next departure and destination are always announced on the platform.

 

LEAFLET FOR DOWNLOAD

This leaflet explains how you can travel quickly and easily through Greater Copenhagen using the bus, train and metro. And how to buy tickets.

Please also find separate link to the metro: http://intl.m.dk/#!/

And trains in Denmark: http://www.dsb.dk/om-dsb/in-english/


Download by clicking the image:


 

 

The Metro's technical system will be upgraded, in order to optimise operations. So the Metro will be replaced by Metro buses during the evening and night in July and August.

Metro buses will run all nights of the week, from 23:00 to 05:00.

The Metro buses will run at 30-minute intervals. Passengers to and from Vestamager (and Bella Center) must change bus at Christianshavn Station.

Longer travel times and route changes may occur. 

We regret any inconvenience due to the longer travel time.

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