Venue

Venue & Travel Information

Tivoli Congress Center is located in in the heart of Copenhagen, 10 min. walk from the Central Train Station and about 20 minutes by public transport from the airport.

There are currently 23,000 hotel rooms in Copenhagen with an expected increase by another 8,000 rooms in 2021.

Accomodation will be possible at the conference hotel, as well as at two budget hotels located vis-à-vis the conference center. In addition to this, transport in Copenhagen is very easy and there are multiple possibilities for accommodation across the city.

Breakfast is generally included in Danish hotel rates and lunches will be provided at the conference venue.

Transport: Transport in Copenhagen is very easy. You can use the same ticket for metro, train and bus. Find your journey here: www.journeyplanner.dk

Credit cards are accepted across the city so carrying Danish kroner will not be necessary

Airport: Copenhagen Airport is the main international hub of Scandinavia with more than 4,900 weekly departures; non-stop flights from 190 destinations and 41 intercontinental routes. With a metro and train station located right by the arrival hall, fast transport to the heart of the city is simple. Trains run to Copenhagen Central Station every 10 minutes at a travel time of 14 minutes. The metro runs around the clock and gets you to the centre in just 12 minutes.

Attractions

Within 10 minutes’ walk from the conference center why don’t you visit:

Tivoli

The amusement park opened in 1843, and offers rides, games, ballet, concerts, restaurants, and beautiful flower arrangements.

National Museum of Denmark

Here you can learn about the prehistoric Denmark and you can take a journey around the globe and find out more about cultures across the world.

Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek

The museum presents more than 10,000 works of art and archeological objects from Ancient Greece and Rome, Estruscan Culture, as well as Danish and French art of the 19 th century.

Christiansborg Palace

The working place of Danish Parliament “Folketinget”.

Amalienborg

The winter residence the Danish Queen Margrethe II.

The Harbour

The Harbour is always worth a visit, and is located a few meters from the conference venue. Walk along the harbourside to Nyhavn, the perfect place to end a long day just looking at the harbor or maybe accompanied with a beer, a meal, or an ice cream.

More information: https://www.visitcopenhagen.com/copenhagen-tourist