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about the cities the Stones will be visiting this summer.
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Nearest big city
How to get to the city
Landing at Copenhagen Airport :
There´s a direct train connection every 20 minutes to the
Central Station ( Hovedbanegården ).
About 15 minutes. Further information here :
Most places in Copenhagen can easily be reached by simply walking around. But we buses,
local trains and even a metro. Check out the ticket-system at
Click on 'tourist'. Be sure to buy a 'discount card' - in Danish iBlåt klippekort'. For 95
DKK you get 10 travels with public transport in the two inner zones ( including 'Parken' ).
These cards cannot be bought in the buses, but you can buy them at stations and in various
Beware that major route-changes are taking place from May 25th. This is very important if
you think you already know the lines to Parken. So you can use the following from the
city-center : Line 1A heading towards 'Hellerup', Line 14 towards 'Svanemøllen' and Line 15
towards 'Ryparken'. Bus nos 3 and 18 are also possible, but not from the city-center. And
do not worry : There are lots of public transport also after the concert.
From the airport and from the Central Station trains run every 10 minutes to Osterport Station. From there it´s a 20-minute walk to Parken , the venue.
Almost everybody speaks English in Denmark, so don´t worry about not understanding how to
get to Parken.
shows you how Parken is
situated. Don´t worry. You won´t be late. Except if you´re driving a car to the venue. Like
almost everywhere else parking can cause a problem and may be quite expensive. Take a look
at the official information in English here :
Parken English Guide
First of all you will like to find a place to stay. If you´re on a low budget this is the
place to stay :
It´s decent, clean and only 200 metres away from Parken.
If money isn´t your first concern, then be sure to book this hotel :
It´s situated at the harbour near Nyhavn, the most beautiful part of the city centre - and
you may even walk ( 30 minutes ) to Parken from this hotel. The restaurant there is
excellent. Fans from Norway coming by boat will have to walk only 50 metres from the ferry.
A very fine hotel with a direct bus to Parken ( approx. 40 minutes ) can be found here :
A mid-price hotel situated in what used to be the red-light district can be found here :
This area - Vesterbro/Copenhagen V. - is a very nice place to stay in. Nice restaurants,
bars etc. Almost part of the city center. Direct bus to Parken ( 30 minutes ).
If you´re still not satisfied, then look here :
Tivoli Gardens and Christinia are two very opposite attractions. Read about them and decide
where you want to go. Be sure NOT to miss a small harbour-cruise. All boats can be boarded
For other sightseeing possiblities, please see
Tours in Copenhagen
Other local events
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