Traveling Around & From Copenhagen Exploring Copenhagen
A City at Your Feet (or Pedals)
Getting around Copenhagen is easy. Cycling is the preferred mode of transport (36 percent of Danes bike to work every morning), while many people jog around the lakes or along the waterfront. An extensive system of public buses, commuter trains and a subway take you everywhere within greater Copenhagen. Students enjoy the freedom to travel by bus or train, even alone, nearly any time of the day or night. And commuting from your housing to DIS is included in the DIS fees.
Copenhagen has Scandinavia’s largest airport, Kastrup, so getting to other parts of Europe is really easy – and there are many cheap travel offers available. There are also international trains, buses and ferries ready to whisk you off to a multitude of European destinations, while Sweden’s third largest city, Malmö, is just a 30-minute train ride away.
Copenhagen's location puts Europe close at hand