Venue & Transportation


(Conference venue)
University of Copenhagen, Maersk Tower,
The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Blegdamsvej 3B
2200 Copenhagen


(Welcome Reception)
Copenhagen City Hall
Rådhuspladsen 1
1599 Copenhagen


(Annual Meeting Dinner)
University of Copenhagen, 
Ceremonial Hall
Frue Plads 4
1168 Copenhagen

Transportation in Copenhagen

Public transportation is very well-used in Copenhagen.  Find out the best way to get from A to B with a few, easy clicks at You simply type in your point of departure (address, station or bus stop) together with your destination and time of departure. 


All three metro lines are in service 24/7. There are 2-4 minutes between each train during rush hour, and 3-6 minutes outside rush hour and during the weekends. Friday and Saturday night (after 01:00) trains arrive with a 7-15 minutes interval and a 20 minutes interval after midnight on weekdays (Sunday through Thursday). You must have a valid ticket when using public transportation in Copenhagen.

Find more information about tickets. 


The A-buses are the primary buses in central Copenhagen. They drive every 3-7 minutes during rush hour (which is between 07:00-09:00 in the morning and 15:30-17:30 in the afternoon) and usually about every 10 minutes before and after rush hour. The A-buses serve at all hours.
The S-buses drive every 5-10 minutes during rush hour and every 20 minutes outside of rush hour. The S-buses are faster than the A-busses due to fewer stops. They usually serve between 06:00 in the morning and 01:00 at night.


The S-trains are a hybrid urban-suburban rail serving the Copenhagen urban area, except the island of Amager.
The S-trains run between 05:00 in the morning and 00:30 at night. 
On Friday and Saturday the trains run once an hour between 01:00 and 05:00. 
To learn more about trains in Copenhagen, visit DSB which is the largest Danish train operating company.

Copenhagen is small enough for you to experience it by foot and the venues are located just 3,4 km from each other. Perfect for a walk through Copenhagen!  

Cycling is fast, convenient, healthy, climate-friendly, enjoyable – and cheap.

Many hotels in Copenhagen provide bicycles for their guests, there are numerous bike rentals and bike tours on offer, or you can rent one of the electric city bikes for a very low cost per hour.

How to get to Copenhagen City Hall


Take the train to Copenhagen Central Station or Vesterport Station and walk to Copenhagen City Hall. Both stations are located within 10 minutes walking distance.


Take the metro to Copenhagen City Hall (Rådhuspladsen).


2A, 5C, 7A, 11, 23, 33, 68, 250S
All of these buses stop at Copenhagen City Hall.   

How to get to Maersk Tower


Trianglen Metro is located just 1,2 km from Maersk Tower. 


150S, 184, 6A (Nørre Campus (Tagensvej)), 1A (Skt. Hans Torv (Blegdamsvej), 350S (Elmegade (Nørrebrogade)

All of these busses stop near the conference venue (University of Copenhagen, Maersk Tower)


How to get to Ceremonial Hall (University of Copenhagen)


Take the train (A, B, E, H, RE) to Nørreport and walk to the conference venue (500 m) which is located within 6 minutes walking distance.


Take Metro (M1 or M2) to Nørreport and walk 500 m or take Metro (M3 or M4) to Rådhuspladsen and walk 550 m to the Ceremonial Hall.


11, 184, 250S, 350S, 6A.
All of these busses stops near the conference venue (University of Copenhagen, Ceremonial Hall)