Public Transport: Buses & Trains

The Copenhagen Metro
Two lines, the M1 and M2, which run across four travel zones, from Vanloese in the east to Vestamager in the south and Copenhagen airport in the south-east. Runs 24 hours daily. Metroselskabet, Metrovej 5, 2300 Copenhagen S.
Central Station / Hovedbanegaard
Copenhagens largest station, and hub for S-Trains, InterCity trains, domestic and international departures. With many shops, restaurants and currency exchange outlets. Banegaardspladsen 7, 1570 Copenhagen V.
Operated by Danish State Railways (DSB), the regional trains which connect Copenhagen with the rest of the country, departing either from Copenhagen Central Station or the station at Copenhagen airport.
Routes all over Copenhagen, including the electric bus route 11A which runs every seven minutes and, during a one-hour circular tour, stops at many of Copenhagens main attractions.
Movia Trafik
Online booking system for public transport throughout Denmark, with travel advice, traffic information and special offers. Customer centre located at Gammel Koege Landevej 3, 2500 Valby.