You can get from London to Copenhagen by train, bus or flight.
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|Distance||592 miles (955 km)|
|Available travel modes||Flight|
|Fastest mode||Flight • £7 • 1 h 40 min|
|Popular travel companies||ryanair sun|
Travel 592 miles (955 km) by flight from London to Copenhagen. Ryanair sun is the main travel provider operating this route. Travellers can even take a direct from London to Copenhagen.
Travel from London to Copenhagen is dominated by airlines and the fastest and cheapest way to get to the Danish capital from London is by plane. A number of airlines fly the route, including Ryanair, SAS, British Airways, KLM and Air France. There are direct and indirect flights transiting through another European city. It’s a popular route and Copenhagen has many attractive sites, cultural events and architectural destinations to visit. It’s also a great food destination with some of the most famous restaurants in the world located there.
Danish style and fashion is also a big draw with wonderful small shops to explore. Tourism is popular throughout the year with very different experiences depending on whether you travel in winter or summer. Many people choose to take weekend trips to Copenhagen or use the city as a gateway for longer trips around Denmark. There are flights to Copenhagen from London seven days a week.
Ryanair’s direct flights are usually the cheapest way to get from London to Copenhagen. The budget airline offers flights on this route every day and sometimes a number of flights per day. The flying time is around 1h 50min. Ryanair flies from London Stansted (STN). The other airlines operating between the two cities also have good bargains and prices change depending on how early you book.
As well as Stansted you can fly to Copenhagen from London Heathrow (LHR) and London City Airport (LCY). SAS and British Airways offer direct flights from London Heathrow while Air France can connect you with Copenhagen from the same departure airport through its Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) hub. KLM connects London City Airport (LCY) with Copenhagen via Amsterdam (AMS).
Travel time from London to Copenhagen with direct flights is around 1h 50min. The Air France transit through Paris comes with a long stopover of around 18h. The KLM transit can take slightly longer with some stopovers in Amsterdam lasting up to 19h. In all the London airports it’s advised to be at the airport at least two hours before your flight. This is particularly important with Heathrow as it is the largest airport in the UK.
London Stansted is a smaller airport but the traffic through the airport campus is also very heavy so while the distances are shorter the time to get through security and passport control can be lengthy too. Reaching airports in London is very straightforward. Coming from central London you have many options to arrive at your departure airport using London transport and the facilities of the London Underground and the national bus and train network. All the airports are well serviced by motorways and major roads making driving to the airports a straightforward trip too. All flights from London to Copenhagen arrive at Copenhagen Airport (CPH).This is the only airport in the Danish capital.
Copehngan Couple. Source: Shutterstock
The Omio booking platform allows you to compare and book flights based on the quickest, cheapest and most convenient options. By offering all available routes on one page you can quickly find the route or operator that suits you best. It highlights whether mobile tickets are available as well as offering inspiration for your trip with its travel magazine Window Seat, which has lots of travel tips and destination ideas to help you choose.
If you prefer to travel by train and have the time to enjoy the journey, London offers the opportunity to travel via the channel tunnel to Paris and then onward to Copenhagen by rail. It’s a long trip but a very exciting one. The London to Paris train journey takes around 2h 16min while the train from Paris to Copenhagen will take around 15h. The London to Paris journey is direct and the Paris to Copenhagen route has from two to five changes depending on the trip you choose. The two-change route travels through Frankfurt and Hamburg before connecting with Copenhagen. In London you will depart St Pancras International station and arrive at Paris Gare de Nord station. In Copenhagen you will arrive at København H, the central train station in Copenhagen.
Copehngan Canal. Source: Shutterstock
Eurostar operates the London to Paris leg of the train journey to Copenhagen. It is an exemplary service with great comfort and efficiency as it travels through the Channel Tunnel. From Paris you will travel with TGV and Deutsche Bahn on the final two legs of the journey. Each of these train operators offer a great service with dining facilities, first and standard class seats, toilets and large luggage capacities.
You can fly to Copenhagen from a number of London airports including London Heathrow, Stansted and London City Airport. Budget airlines dominate but national carriers like British Airways, SAS and KLM are frequent fliers on this route. Ryanair’s flights are a great deal cheaper than the national flag carriers, when booked well in advance. You will arrive at Copenhagen Airport (CPH), the only airport in the city. Onward local transport connections are very good with bus, train, metro and taxi services available at the arrivals terminal.
Ryanair’s flights from London Stansted to Copenhagen are very popular due to their price. This budget airline flies every day from London to Copenhagen. The service is basic but the experience of reaching Copehngan for a very low price is usually hard to resist. British Airways is also a popular option offering a more traditional airline experience out of Heathrow. Both airlines fly direct to Copenhagen in around 1h 50min.
Efficiency matters in Copenhagen and this translates to all aspects of life. The local transport system is extremely good, the cycle networks are some of the best in the world, the tourism facilities are very well organised and much of the city centre is pedestrianised or well suited to walking. Like London, it's a city with its own royal family with palaces to visit and royal gardens to explore.
The restaurant scene is vibrant and experimental with a great emphasis on sustainable food sources and the bar and nightlife scene operates until the early hours. Art and design feature heavily everywhere you go and outdoor living is celebrated in all seasons. Architecture and design is also a big attraction in this city. The residents pride themselves on having some of the most beautiful traditional architecture sitting perfectly beside some of the most modern.
Green sustainability is part of the DNA of Danish design and this has made the city rightly proud of how it has developed since the 1970s. The ski slope on the roof of the city's most recent waste management plant at Kopenhill, for example, is a good way to illustrate the responsibility of the city to a greener agenda. The Kastrup Sea Baths is another architectural wonder that draws visitors from all over the city. The facility also offers three adn five metre diving boards. There are deep water and shallow water bathing areas.
Travel from London, United Kingdom to Copenhagen, Denmark is: Partially open.
International entry is currently allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of United Kingdom.
The government of Denmark has imposed the following measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
The above information was last verified on 01/12/2021. Remember to check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your trip from London to Copenhagen closer to your planned date of departure here.
Return travel to London, United Kingdom from Denmark is: Partially open.
Entry into United Kingdom is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Denmark.
Requirements for reentering United Kingdom:
All travellers must abide by the following measures in United Kingdom to reduce the spread of coronavirus in the country:
The above information about your return travel to London, United Kingdom was last verified on 30/11/2021. As this information can change due to the nature of the pandemic, please check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations closer to your planned date of travel to London from Copenhagen.
You can travel between London and Copenhagen by flight.
Going by flight is the quickest way from London to Copenhagen with an average travel time of 1 h 40 min.
The London to Copenhagen distance is approximately 592 miles (955 km).
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