Rural and Urban Sustainability

Organizer: EGEA
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Open for: All egeans

How to get there?

By plane:

The easiest way of coming to Copenhagen is flying to Kastrup Airport. There are daily flights in from most major European cities. To get to the city center, you can take a 10 minute metro ride to Kongens Nytorv Station. From Kongens Nytorv it’s a short walk to Generator Hostel on Adelgade 5.

Website of Copenhagen airport: http://www.cph.dk/en/

By train:

If you live closer to Denmark, you could go by train too. You’ll be arriving at Copenhagen Central Station. The easiest way onward is taking an S-train from Copenhagen Central to Nørreport Station, and then walking to Generator Hostel on Adelgade 5.

If you’re up for it, you could also go for a scenic 20 minute walk across the old city in Copenhagen.

Website of Danish railways: http://www.dsb.dk/om-dsb/in-english/

By bus:

With Eurolines, you can go to Copenhagen from destinations such as Brussels, Amsterdam, Oslo, Vienna, Belgrade, Bratislava, Prague, Hamburg, Berlin and countless others.

If you come here by bus, you’ll arrive at Ingerslevgade. From here, it’s a short walk to Copenhagen Central Station, where you can take an S-train to Nørreport Station, and walk to Generator Hostel on Adelgade 5.

Website of Eurolines: http://www.eurolines-travel.com/

Alternative ways of getting here:

If you want to come by car, please contact us and we’ll figure out something with parking in the city (probably at the Geocenter).

It’s also possible to go by ferry from some of our neighboring countries, so if you choose this option, please contact us too, and we’ll find out the easiest route from the ferry port.

Or bike the whole way ?

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