Travelling to Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the capital and most populous city of Denmark. There are international rail connections from/to Sweden and Germany to the railway station “Hovedbanegård”, southwest of the city centre.

If a journey by plane is unavoidable, Copenhagen can be reached by direct flight from very many international destinations. Scandinavia’s largest airport CPH is located in Kastrup on the island of Amager and is connected to the city center by metro and main line railway services.


Please check visa/passport requirements in advance for legally binding information and/or information on entry requirements for Denmark:

Find the relevant embassy or consulate that handles visa applications here.

How to get to the Conference Venue

The venue of the 7th E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium will be the Meeting Centre of the Technical University of Denmark, located on the Lyngby campus north of Copenhagen near the town of Lyngby:

DTU – Technical University of Denmark
Anker Engelunds Vej 101
2800 Kongens Lyngby

DTU Meeting Center
Building 101, Entrance A

Several busses cross or pass the campus area. Lyngby Station is just 2 km away with bus connection such as:

  • Bus 300S to Anker Engelunds Vej (Lundtoftegårdsvej)
  • Bus 40E to Rævehøjvej, DTU (Lundtoftegårdsvej)

Connections from Copenhagen city center also lead via the station Nørreport St. (Nørre Voldgade). From there, there are various bus connections such as:

  • Bus 150S to Rævehøjvej, DTU (Helsingørmotorvejen)

Access the Journey Planner to see how to get to DTU with public transportation from the airport and the main stations of Copenhagen.

A detailed route plan will be sent to you with the final congress information, as there are currently many construction sites on the university area and the routing changes regularly.