Port of Copenhagen

Land Transport and Travel To and From Port Copenhagen
(Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark)

The Port of Copenhagen is not far from the city centre and is connected to the rest of Europe by rail, bus and excellent motorways, while the port itself provides ferry service links to Sweden, Norway and Poland.

Travel by Bus and Shuttles

The DFDS Seaways shuttle bus number 20E is a free service for DFDS passengers.

There is also a public city bus (number 26) that travels to and from the city centre frequently. More information on both services can be found at: www.rejseplanen.dk.

Car Hire and Road Travel

If you are driving from the south, you will drive along Kalvebod Brygge and Niels Juels Gade and then continue straight ahead to Kongens Nytorv. From there, you drive straight out of Bredgade and then Gronningen. Turn right at Folke Bernadottes Allé, just before reaching the Osterbro train station, and then drive straight out of Kalkbrænderihavnsgade, turning right at Dampfærgevej.

If you are driving from the north, it is quite easy to find the terminal. Drive straight out of Lyngbyvejen and then turn left at Jagtvej. From there you will drive straight ahead on Strandboulevarden for about half a mile and then turn left at Århusgade for about a quarter of a mile. Turn right at Kalkbrænderihavnsgade and drive straight ahead, finally turning left at Dampfærgevej.

You will find several car hire companies in Copenhagen, but the best way to make a booking at the best price is online, where one service will compare the best offers made by the various companies.

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Trains and Rail Travel

There is a direct train service to Copenhagen from the major cities in Europe including Stockholm, Oslo, Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, Basel, Hamburg and Berlin. The train station is not far from the port.

Car Parking

Car parking is available close to the DFDS Terminal at the Europark facility, at Dampfærgevej (opposite Nestle) and at Indiavej and Forbindelsesvej. The hours of operation are from Monday to Friday, 07:00 to 18:00; Saturday and Sunday, 08:00 to 14:00. There is no charge on Sundays, but charges apply every other day.

Travel by Taxis

At Arrivals, there are two taxi lanes in front of the DFDS Terminal building. Taxi are a convenient means of travelling to the city and hotels, and operate according to a meter.

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