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How to get around Copenhagen

From Copenhagen Airport (CPH) to Bella Centeret:

Metro:

  • Follow signs at the airport for the Metro (M).

  • Take either line towards Vanløse.

  • Travel for 7 stops until you reach Christianshavn. Walk to the opposite platform and take the M1 line towards Vestamager. Get off at Bella Center station.

  • Bella Centeret is within walking distance from Bella Center station.

Ticket Zones: For travel from the airport to Bella Centeret, you will need a 3-zone ticket (zones 4 + 1 + 3).


Train:

  • Follow signs at the airport for the Train.

  • Use platform track 2 and check for trains stopping at Ørestad.

  • Depart at Ørestad and go upstairs to take the Metro towards Vanløse. Get off at Bella Centeret.

  • Bella Centeret is within walking distance from Bella Center station.

Ticket Zones: For travel from the airport to Bella Centeret, you will need a 2-zone ticket (zones 4 + 3).


From Copenhagen City Center to Bella Centeret:

Metro:

  • From various metro stations in the city center (e.g., Nørreport, Kongens Nytorv, Christianshavn), take the M1 line towards Vestamager and depart at Bella Centeret.

  • Travel time to Bella Center station is approximately 10-15 minutes.

  • Bella Centeret is within walking distance from Bella Center station.

Ticket Zones: For travel from the city center to Bella Centeret, you will typically need a 2-zone ticket (zones 1 + 3).


Bicycle:

  • Bella Centeret is easily accessible from the city center.

  • Follow the main road (HC Andersen Blvd) over the bridge. Turn right at Radisson Blu and continue until you reach Bella Centeret.

  • Travel time from the city center to Bella Center station by bicycle is approximately 15-25 minutes.

  • Donkey bikes can be rented via the app. If you sign up for our Gentle Alley Cat tour, you will receive a discount code. Sign up via www.scadenmark.coffee/woc.

Useful Tickets for your stay:

City Pass:

  • A City Pass is ideal for visitors staying for a few days, offering unlimited travel by bus, train, and metro within selected zones (typically zones 1-4).

  • You can purchase a City Pass valid for 24, 48, 72, or 120 hours, depending on your length of stay.

Copenhagen Card:

  • The Copenhagen Card includes free public transportation (all zones) and free admission to over 80 museums and attractions.

  • It's available for 24, 48, 72, or 120 hours and is a cost-effective option if you plan to visit multiple attractions.

Single Tickets (2-zone or 3-zone):

  • If you prefer not to purchase a City Pass or Copenhagen Card, you can buy single tickets for specific journeys.

  • Ensure to select a 2-zone ticket for travel between the city center and Bella Centeret, and a 3-zone ticket for travel from the airport to Bella Centeret.

Additional Tips:

  • Ticket Purchase: Tickets can be purchased at metro stations, online, from ticket machines, or through the mobile app "DOT Mobilbilletter."

  • Zone Information: Copenhagen's public transportation system is divided into zones; for most city travel, zones 1-4 are sufficient unless you plan to visit areas outside the city.

  • Planning Ahead: Use journey planners or apps like Rejseplanen to check schedules, routes, and ticket options.

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