Travel Information

By Air

To Copenhagen Airport

Copenhagen Airport is Denmarks main international airport and there are direct flights to Copenhagen Airport from most European cities. When you arrive at Copenhagen Airport, you can either continue your flight to Aarhus, Karup or Billund Airport or catch a train towards Aarhus.

For further information, please visit www.cph.dk

To Aarhus Airport

There are direct flights to Aarhus Airport from some European cities and Copenhagen. It is a 45-minute drive from Aarhus to the airport. When you arrive at the airport, you can take the airport shuttle (SAS), which stops close to the University and at the railway station in Aarhus, or a taxi.

For further information, please visit www.aar.dk

To Billund Airport

Aarhus is also serviced by another international airport, Billund Airport, which is located about 75 km south-west of Aarhus. A 90-minute shuttle bus ride takes you to Aarhus (60 minutes in a taxi).

For further information, please visit www.bll.dk/en-en

To Karup Airport

Karup airport is closest to Viborg and Herning. There are direct flights to Karup from Copenhagen.

For further information, please visit www.karup-airport.dk

By Train

If you travel by train all the way from your home country, your local railway station will inform you about prices and schedules. Remember to ask for discount tickets.

Domestic

If you want to travel from Copenhagen to Aarhus by train, you can either take the airport shuttle to Copenhagen’s central railway station or, more conveniently, take a direct train from the airport to Aarhus. The airport train station is located under Terminal 3 and tickets can be bought from the DSB ticket sale in Teminal 3. The train ride takes 3–4 hours and there are trains leaving for Aarhus every half hour during the day and the evening. When travelling in Denmark, there are special discount tickets for people below the age of 26, but you must obtain a Wild Card (ID card) from DSB first.

For further information, please visit www.dsb.dk

By Bus

For international bus connections, Flixbus is a possible choice. Visit at www.flixbus.com

Domestic

Abildskou Coaches operates within Denmark and is often a cheaper alternative to the train for travel between Copenhagen and Aarhus.

Visit Abilskou Coaches at www.abildskou.dk.

Visit Aarhus

Bus Lines

Access with public transport

From the unnamed street 'busgaden':

Bus nos. 1A, 14, 17, 18

From the intercity bus station in Aarhus:

Bus nos. 12, 13, 15, 100, 117, 118, 120, 121, 122, 123, 200, 918X

From the railway station / city hall square:

Bus nos. 1A, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 100, 200

You can find time tables at Aarhus Midttrafik here:

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