The Euro 2024 will take place at the Campus, Technical University of Denmark, Anker Engelundsvej 101, 2800 Lyngby, Denmark, north of Copenhagen City Centre. See HERE.
How to get to the Venue from Copenhagen Airport
Take the Metro Line M2 destination Vanløse to Nørreport Station and change to either bus line 15E destination Søhuset, Forskerparken or 150S destination Kokkedal St. both departing from above ground. Get off at Rævehøjvej, DTU and walk to the Campus. We always encourge you to travel on public transportation to lower the carbon footprint.
How to get to the Venue from Copenhagen City Center
From the area around Kongens Nytorv: Take the Metro or walk to Nørreport Station and take either bus line 15E destination Søhuset, Forskerparken or 150S destination Kokkedal St. both departing from above ground. Get off at Rævehøjvej, DTU and walk to the Campus.
From the area around Copenhagen Cith Hall and Copenhagen Central Station (Vesterbro): Walk to Copenhagen Central Station and take the S-train line A destination Hillerød St., get off at Lyngby Station and change to bus line 40E destination Rævehøjvej, DTU, get off at the terminus and walk to the Campus.
The Öresunds Train departs every 10-20 minutes from Copenhagen Airport and the Metro departs every 4-6 minutes to Copenhagen city center.
The metro is a sustainable, fast and a safe way to get around Copenhagen, and daily about 180,000 passengers travel with the metro. Since the opening in 2002, over half a billion passengers have traveled with Copenhagns metro. The metro system in Copenhagen is based on small trains with frequent departures and can therefore transport more passengers in less time. The metro does not have a fixed timetable and runs down to every two minutes during rush hour. With the new Cityringen, there are 17 new stations in central Copenhagen, and in addition, the metro network will be extended to Nordhavn and Sydhavn in the coming years.