As the major hub in Northern Europe, Copenhagen can be easily reached by air, in most cases non-stop from the major cities in Europe, and from many cities around the world. It is also easily reached by road, and new road and railway bridges connect the island to mainland Europe, and to Sweden. Excellent fast train services connect most major European cities to Copenhagen.
Helsingør is situated 45 km north of Copenhagen. Direct trains to Helsingør run every 20 minutes from the station below Copenhagen International Airport and from the central railway station. Taxis are available round the clock. Car rental is available through all major rental companies.
By air and train :
From station under Terminal 3 in Copenhagen airport (generally platform 2), or from the main central station, take a train to Helsingør station. Trains leave approximately every 20 minutes. The last train leaves from the airport at 23:26, arriving in Helsingør at 0:33.
From Helsingør station, you can walk (10-15 minutes), take a taxi (about DKK 60), take the local train or a bus.
The local train leaves Helsingør station (your ticket from the airport is valid) at 5 and 45 minutes past the hour. The platform for the local train is just outside Helsingør station on the left as the train arrives. Get off at the third stop (the stops are Havnepladsen, Grønnehave, Marienlyst), which is about 100 m from Marienlyst Hotel. Busses numbers 803 and 340, stopping next to the local train station, also go past the hotel.
Rail timetables from the airport to Helsingor can be found here. Assuming that you are travelling from Copenhagen airport to Helsingor, enter 'Copenhagen airport' in the 'From' box and 'Helsingor' in the 'To' box.
By Car :
Take the E47N motorway north from Copenhagen towards Helsingør until it ends. Stay on the main road at the end of the motorway in the same direction. Continue through Helsingør in the same direction through two roundabouts and past McDonalds restaurant. The road goes downhill and then turns sharply to the left at the traffic lights. There is a road sign pointing to the Casino and Marienlyst Slot. You are now passing Helsingør Town centre. At the third traffic light, turn left towards the Casino and Marienlyst Slot. Continue along this road, even though there are a few bends. A few hundred metres further, immediately after Marienlyst Slot on the left, you will cross a railway line. At this point there is the entrance to Marienlyst Hotel on the right.
Scandinavian Airlines (a Star Alliance member) is proud to be appointed official airline for this event. Contact your nearest SAS office and quote the dedicated reference number (DK0312) for special conference fares. The contact details for your local SAS office can be found here. In addition to travel to Copenhagen, specially priced air passes are available for European and overseas delegates to visit other parts of Scandinavia and the Baltic countries.