Getting from the airport to the city centre in general
The easiest way to get from the airport to the city centre is to use the recently opened metro line, located in terminal 3, past the entrance to the trains. You can buy a ticket on the ground floor level at the vending machines or at the desk. You will need a 3-zone ticket. Note that there are no ticketing barriers. Beware though of the frequent ticket inspectors on the metro!
For better value (and to avoid fumbling around with money all the time) you can buy a *2 zone* 'klippekort' which you have to punch TWICE in the yellow machines (located near the metro itself) to travel from the airport to the city centre. Within the bounds of the city centre, this can then be used by punching once.
Further slightly outdated information on how to get to the institute can be found here.
For those participants who are already there on tuesday night
For those of you who will be in Copenhagen on tuesday night: the organizers will be having a drink at cafe 'Nyhavn 17', conveniently located at Nyhavn 17 from about 9.00 pm. You are welcome to join in!
Here is a map which shows how to walk from the workshop hotel to the cafe.
- The Niels Bohr Institute, Blegdamsvej section can be found on this map. The entrance which will be open during the workshop is in the building marked `Niels Bohr Institute'.
- Walking directions from the conference hotel to the Institute can be found here.
- The use of a laptop at the institute is described here. The password for the local network can be obtained from the organizers.
The conference dinner will be held at Cafe Hovedtelegrafen, Købmagergade 37, on Thursday at 19:00. Walking directions to the restaurant can be found here.
For really urgent matters, you can reach the organizers at +45 4160 5418 (mobile Rutger).
- Much information about restaurants near the NBI, hotels and other relevant bits can be found here.
- The leaflet "The physical tourist in Copenhagen: a walk through sites of physical interest" here.
- Main tourism site for Copenhagen here.
- A listing in English of 'What's on' here.
- For those who enjoy a challenge, in Danish this can be found here or here.
- Norwegians making fun of the Danish language here.