Venue Information

Bella Center Copenhagen

Center Blvd. 5, 2300
Copenhagen, Denmark

The Bella Center Copenhagen is located in a central location in the heart of Ørestad with its own Metro station. The Bella Center is just 6 kilometers away from Copenhagen Airport and 8 kilometers away from the city center. Bella Center Copenhagen is also surrounded by Fields, Scandinavia’s largest shopping center, Royal Golf Club and protected natural areas that are ideal for a jog.  

With a direct link to four-star AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen hotel with five restaurants, you will experience comfort in exclusive surroundings.

Getting There:

Getting to the venue couldn’t be easier thanks to the city’s public transportation network. The public transportation system is considered the easiest from of transportation in Copenhagen. The Metro is easy to use and provides fast and efficient transportation to/from the venue, city center, and surrounding hotels and runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.   The metro station "Bella Center" is located only a few minutes from Bella Center Copenhagen. You can purchase your Copenhagen card in advance here and enjoy unlimited travel on Copenhagen public transportation network without the worry of traffic zones and ticket prices.  

For more information on getting to the Bella Center click here.

Airport Information 

Copenhagen Airport is the busiest airport in Scandinavia, and one of the oldest international airports in Europe with direct flights to more than 150 international destinations. It is located 8km from Copenhagen city center and is just a 10-minute taxi ride from the airport. There is several transportation options to get to and from the airport, providing easy access to the city center of Copenhagen. 

Transportation options from the Copenhagen Airport to the Bella Center Copenhagen:

Taxi
  • A taxi from Copenhagen airport is a 10-minute journey
Metro
  • The metro station is located in an extension of Terminal 3.
  • The Metro runs at 4–6-minute intervals during the day and evening hours and at 15– 20-minute intervals at night.
Buses
  • Trip time to city center approx. 20 minutes
  • For more information on bus stops and transit routes, clickhere
Local Information 
  • Currency: Danish Kroner (DKK)
  • Time Zone: Central European Time Zone (CET); UTC/GMT + 1 hours
  • Language: Danish
  • Electrical Voltage: 220-240 Volts, round pin plug sockets
  • Telephone Country Code: +45
Weather:

Temperatures in Copenhagen in early November / mid-November average a high of 7°C (45°F) and a low of 3°C (37°F).  

Getting around with public transport:

Copenhagen’s public transportation system enhances the accessibility of the city. Trains, and buses service the city efficiently and affordably. 

What to see and do: 

The capital city of Denmark, Copenhagen, is a city that mixes a green mindset with ingenuity and fun. While visiting Copenhagen and the beautiful surrounding regions, you'll learn why. The  buzzing capital mixes  royal history,  modern architecture  and loads of  culture with  sustainable living  and a mouth watering  restaurant scene.  

Autumn (or fall) days in Copenhagen are a little less crowded and a peak season for “hygge”. Hygge is based on a sweet and savory treat maybe in combination with a cup of coffee in a cozy setting, perfect for those cool autumn days.  

With a Copenhagen card in hand, you can experience all that Copenhagen has to offer, without worrying about traffic zones and ticket prices as you get unlimited public transport by train, bus, and metro throughout the region.   

Visit the “VisitCopenhagen” website for more information on things to do in Copenhagen.  

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