Copenhagen, Copenhagen-Kastrup (CPH), Denmark

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Banks are located in Terminal 2, while ATMs can be found in all terminals. Those looking to exchange currency can use the bureaux de change in Terminals 2 and 3.


A post office is situated between Terminals 2 and 3. Wireless internet (free for CPH Advantage members, at a charge for others) is available throughout the terminals. A number of self-service internet kiosks can be found in the transit areas of Terminals 2 and 3.


There are plenty of bars, cafés and restaurants at Copenhagen Airport, offering everything from seafood to fast food. Places to eat include a restaurant serving Danish fare post-security in Terminal 3 and a couple of restaurants in the on-site Hilton Copenhagen Airport Hotel (tel: 3250 1501;


Shopping opportunities are plentiful in all terminals, with designer boutiques, newsagents and duty-free shops among the options. There is also a good selection of shops selling the best of Scandinavian fashion and design. A pre-order and pick-up service is available (


A lost and found facility (tel: 3231 2284) and left-luggage service (tel: 3231 2360) is available between Terminals 2 and 3. There are also self-service lockers at car park P4.


A play area for children and a lounge for teenagers are situated in Terminal 2; most toilets are equipped with baby change facilities. A 24-hour prayer room and a rest area can also be found in Terminal 2. Those with some time to spare can relax at the spa in the Hilton Copenhagen Airport Hotel (tel: 3250 1501;

Conference & Business

The Hilton Business Centre (tel: 3250 1501; is located on the fourth floor of Terminal 3, and has a VIP boardroom, two business centres and 29 meeting rooms. Various airlines and handling agents also provide business facilities in their executive lounges in Terminals 2 and 3.

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    Copenhagen Airport is physically accessible throughout. Lifts, ramps, wheelchair-accessible toilets, induction loops and reserved seating are provided, while dedicated parking spaces are available in the car parks. Passengers with disabilities are requested to inform their airline in advance of their needs.

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    General information

    Airport code: CPH

    Number of Terminals: 2


    Information desks (tel: 3231 2448) are located in the arrivals areas and transit halls of Terminals 2 and 3. There is also a visitor centre in Terminal 3.

    Transfer between Terminals

    All terminals and piers are interlinked and are accessible on foot, but there is also a free shuttle bus serving Terminals 2 and 3 as well as the car parks and the railway station.

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    Public Transport

    Copenhagen has one of the simplest and easiest-to-use public transport systems in Europe, with bus, train and metro all part of a single ticket system. The main hubs are Central Station (København H) and Nørreport Station but you can pick up tickets at most stops or online. Fares are metered by zone. Day tickets are also available and there’s a 24-hour Copenhagen Card, available from the visitor centre (Vesterbrogade 4A), which, along with transport, includes free admission to 60 museums.


    With such good public transport, there’s little need to take taxis which are also prohibitively expensive. If you do need one, Dan Taxi (tel: 7025 2525; is the main provider and operates clean and comfortable cabs.


    Hotels in Copenhagen


    As you’d expect from a city famous for its passion for design, Copenhagen’s hotels are a stylish bunch.

    Many, however, come with a steep price tag, and while there are budget hotels, you’ll have to search hard to find one.

    Hotel D’Angleterre

    Kongens Nytorv 34
    1050 Copenhagen
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    Category: Expensive

    A palatial exterior conceals beautifully designed, spacious rooms.

    71 Nyhavn

    Nyhavn 71
    1051 Copenhagen
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    Category: Moderate

    Perched on the Nyhavn waterfront, the hotel occupies a converted spice warehouse.

    Skt. Petri

    Krystalgade 22
    1172 Copenhagen
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    Category: Moderate

    With 268 rooms, the Skt. Petri might be huge but it’s seriously stylish.

    Wakeup Copenhagen

    Carsten Niebuhrs Gade 11
    1577 Copenhagen
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    Category: Cheap

    It might be inside a modern block but the Kim Utzon interiors are second to none.