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On 25 June, the evening reception will be held in Danish Danish Red Cross headquarters, Blegdamsvej 27, 2100 Copenhagen Ø, four minutes’ walk from the metro stop Trianglen (M3 – City Circle line).

On 26 and 27 June, the venue Moltke’s Mansion, Dronningens Tværgade 2,
1302 Copenhagen K, nine minutes walking from Kongens Nytorv Metro (M1, M2, M3, M4 line) and 4 minutes walking from the metro stop Marmorkirken (M3, M4 line).

Travel within Copenhagen

In Copenhagen there are both Metro and S-trains.

The Metro has 4 lines – M1, M2, M3, M4.

M1 and M2 are connected and travels from the same platforms.

M3 and M4 are connected and travels from the same platforms.

Please note that these 4 lines only interconnect at Kongens Nytorv and Frederiksberg St.

M1 travels between Vanløse and Vestamager.

M2 travels between Vanløse and Copenhagen Airport.

 M3 is called the City Circle Line and runs in a loop. One trip around the circle takes 28 minutes, and even if you are “going in the wrong direction” you’ll end up at your destination in a short time.

M4 connects Nordhavn in the north with Sydhavn in the south. The central part of the line shares tracks with the City Circle Line (M3).

To find information about public transportation in Copenhagen and buy tickets, visit the website Rejseplanen.

You can also download Rejseplanen as an app.

You can purchase tickets on all stations. Most metro stations are underground, so the ticket machines will be located underground as well.

Transportation to the event

To get to the venue on the first day, the easiest way is to use the metro line M3. The nearest metrostop is called Trianglen.

To get to the venue on the second and third day, you can use the metroline M1/M2 and M3/M4 to the metro stop Kongens Nytorv or the M3/M4 line to the metro stop Marmorkirken.

By air

Copenhagen Airport is one of the largest airports in Northern Europe and is served by most major airlines.

Direct connections to Copenhagen Airport

The metro from Copenhagen Airport to the City Center is located by international arrivals in Terminal 3. It takes less than 20 minutes to travel by metro from the airport to the city center.

Tickets can be purchased at the airport through the ticket machines.


Just outside both Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 you’ll find taxies. It takes approx. 30 minutes to drive to the city centre by taxi, and cost approx. 250-350 DKK depending on the traffic.

Many hotels in Copenhagen cooperates with the taxi companies offering fixed prices to the airport. 

Copenhagen, Denmark

Danish Red Cross headquarters,
Blegdamsvej 27,
2100 Copenhagen Ø

Moltke’s Mansion, Dronningens
Tværgade 2,
1302 Copenhagen K

25 – 27 June 2024