Venue

Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel

Amager Boulevard 70
DK - 2300 Copenhagen S
Denmark
Tel: +45 33 96 50 00

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Travel
From Copenhagen Airport

By bus:
Take bus 5C towards Husum Torv and get off at Ørestads Boulevard. The trip will take approximately 30 minutes from the airport.

By metro:
Enter the metro station from Terminal 3. Take the M2 to Kongens Nytorv Station, where you'll change to the M1. Get off at Islands Brygge Station. The hotel is a 400-meter walk away.

By taxi:
Private taxis are widely available right outside the airport. The trip by taxi takes approximately 15 minutes but allow more time during rush hour. The hotel has a 24-hour front desk team for taxis to be arranged.

By car:
Drive via Amagerbrogade for a 5.4-kilometer trip or via Røde Mellemvej for a 6.8-kilometer trip to the hotel.

Car Park
The hotel has a large parking area in front of the hotel, which means for you that it will be easy to find a parking space and you will not have a long walk to get to the hotel. There is a fee for parking on the hotels parking area: The fee is DKK 25.00 per hour during the day and from 18:00 hours the fee is DKK 18.00 per hour. You can also buy a 24-hour ticket at DKK 195.00 per car per day.

Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel Copenhagen

Copenhagen
Moving around Copenhagen’s inner city just got easier. After eight years of metro construction, the M3 City Circle Line (In Danish: Cityringen) opened on 29 September, 2019.

The hotel is only a 2-kilometer walk from Copenhagen Central Station (København H). Take Langebro across the canal.

You can easily explore all that the area has to offer, as many attractions are within walking distance of the hotel.

Christiania
Source: visitcopenhagen.com

Christiania, a unique community that is one of the Danish capital's most popular places to visit and the Hans Christian Andersen museum are all located nearby.

Tivoli Gardens one of the oldest amusement parks in the world is nearby. Be sure to meander along Strøget, one of Europe's largest pedestrian streets, filled with shops, cafes, live music and many other forms of entertainment. Just a few kilometers away sits the famous Little Mermaid Statue, a must-see monument.