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Getting here

Arriving by car

Coming from Sweden/Malmö:
Follow signs leading to Copenhagen City Center (centrum). The street will eventually be called “Kalvebod Brygge” (it changes name right about when you pass a big shopping mall on your right side). Follow this street until it crosses “Bernstorffs gade” and take a left turn. At the second light crossing you take a right turn down “Tietgens gade” and then a left turn down “H.C. Andersens boulevard. This street changes name a few times to: “Gyldenløvsgade”, “Åboulevarden”, “Ågade”, “Bispeengbuen” and “Borups Allé”.
This drive will take app. 5 minutes.

When you reach a street called “Hulgårdsvej” (changes name to “Tomsgårdsvej), you take a right turn and continue for about 1 km. until you see a Shell gas station on your left hand. Directly after the Shell station (and just before a Q8 gas station) you turn left down “Dortheavej”.
You will see the house on the left side as soon as you drive into Dortheavej. The address is: Dortheavej 61.
There is parking space near the house.

Coming from Germany:
Follow signs leading to “Copenhagen N” and take the exit called “Frederikssundsvej”. Take a right turn towards “city center” and stay on this road for about 5 km.
When you reach a fire station on your right hand at an intersection, take a left turn down “Tomsgårdsvej”. 3rd road on your left hand is called “Dortheavej” right after a Shell gas station.
You will see the house on the left side as soon as you drive into Dortheavej. The address is: Dortheavej 61.
There is a parking space in the courtyard of the house.

Arriving by plane

There are several low budget airlines flying to Copenhagen and the Öresundsregion. Check out flights to Copenhagen International Airport Kastrup or Malmø Airport Sturup which is only an hour away by train/bus.

To get to the city from Copenhagen International Airport in Kastrup just take the train or Metro (underground) to the city. It only takes about 15 minutes. If you want to come directly to the venue get off at Nørreport St. and take bus 5a or 350s to Hulgårdsplads. From there it’s a short walk to Dortheavej 61.Train:
If you arrive by train you will arrive at Copenhagen Central Station. If you intend to go directly to the venue, ask the conductor whether the train continues to Nørreport St. If so, take the train one more stop and get off at Nørreport St.

Otherwise jump on the S-train for two more stops and get off at Nørreport St. From there take bus 5a or 350s to Hulgårdsplads. From there it’s a short walk to Dortheavej 61.

Arriving by bus

There are several low-budget bus companies driving to Copenhagen from Germany and Sweden. This is propably the cheapest way of getting here unless you get a good deal on a flight.

From Berlin:
Greyhoundbus (E-55)
Berlin Linienbus
Gullivers
Eurolines

From Sweden:
Greyhoundbus (route 999)
Go-By-Bus
Eurolines

If you arrive by bus you will get of at the Copenhagen Central St. If you want to go directly to the venue jump on the S-train for two stops and get off at Nørreport St. From there take bus 5a or 350s to Hulgårdsplads. From there it’s a short walk to Dortheavej 61.

There are public buses, trains and Metro (underground). Tickets are 24 kr (3,5 euro) and are valid for 1 hour. If you are many travellers, you can save a lot by buying a 2 Zone stamp-ticket (has 10 stamps). They cost 140 kr, and can be bought at kiosks and ticket sales. They are good for both buses and metro.
Get more info on public transportation at DSB TRAINS