The conference will be held at the Panum Institute at the University of Copenhagen, Blegdamsvej 3B, DK-2200 Copenhagen N, Denmark

Getting to Copenhagen by air or landside

The most common way to travel to Copenhagen is by using the nearest airport, Copenhagen (CPH) Airport, which is 6.9 km away and is connected directly with the rest of the city by metro. If you are either joining ICQE from another European country or travelling via Billund airport (265km) or Malmo (MMX) (52.4 km), getting to Copenhagen by train is also an option. Københavns Hovedbanegård (København H) is the central station, and both regional trains and international trains will stop here.


The best way to get around Copenhagen is on foot and by bike, especially if the weather cooperates. Bikes can be rented at multiple locations in the city, or you can use services such as the Donkey Republic or Lime. If you’re tired (or cold), you’ll find a modern public transportation system with metro lines, extensive bus routes and an easy-to-navigate train network. Taxis are plentiful but come at a cost.


There are many different hotel options in Copenhagen, and we working on getting some special deals.