Cheap flights to Copenhagen
Denmark’s capital city is built on a foundation of cobbled streets and a caring culture. It is an old, but pretty city with harbour views, lush gardens and historical buildings - not to mention some great museums, plus, the city is compact and easily negotiated on bicycle or public transport. To enjoy this European gem of a city, Student Flights can organise the cheapest available airfares to Copenhagen with plenty of Kroner to spare!
Flights from Australia to Copenhagen will arrive at Copenhagen Airport (CPH). The airport is located on the island of Amager, just 8 kilometres south of downtown Copenhagen. It is one of the oldest airports in Europe and the busiest in all of the Nordic countries. Ninety percent of the airport's passenger traffic is international as it serves not only Denmark, but a large section of southern Sweden as well. The airport has an extensive ground transportation network, including its own Metro station, which connects to downtown Copenhagen along the M2 line. Bus services are available, not only to the city centre, but to much of regional Denmark, Sweden and Norway. This airport also has a long-distance train station with some services stopping at Copenhagen’s city centre. Speak to your Student Travel consultant for advice on private transfers.
Flights from Australia to Copenhagen will require a stopover in either Singapore, Bangkok or Dubai. The flight time from Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne to Copenhagen via Singapore is around 21 hours. Use Bangkok as a lay-over destination to break the flight up into 2 fairly even journeys, or get the long-haul flight out of the road first and connect through Dubai, which only has a 6.5-hour connecting flight to Copenhagen. Departure from Adelaide along any of these routes will take an hour less and from Perth, take 3 hours off your flying time. On international flights, airlines will make the journey as comfortable as possible with a range of entertainment, food and drinks. Details of specific flight paths and services can be found in our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Copenhagen
Major airlines that fly from Australia to Copenhagen:
Copenhagen Holiday Packages
Explore Copenhagen with a set plan of attack and the confidence that you are in the right place at the right time with an individualised Copenhagen holiday package. Our Student Flights consultants can combine the cheapest flights with the best deals on all your accommodation as well as some tickets, tours and meals. This is also the best way to take advantage of any discounts or freebies we may have with operators at the time.
Starting at Copenhagen’s main rail station, simply cross the road to access arguably its most famous and popular tourist attraction, the Tivoli Gardens historic amusement park. It’s easy to spend an entire day enjoying the magical gardens, stageshows and amusement rides. Nearby is the Town Hall square and access to the main shopping street, which leads down towards the harbour. Nyhavn is a particularly photogenic harbour area full of cafes, bars and restaurants. On the way from Tivoli to Nyhavn, be sure to work up an appetite at one, or a few, of Copenhagen’s museums, which occupy the route heading east. The botanical gardens contains Rosenborg Slot, a 17th-century castle full of beautiful rooms and jewels. Copenhagen’s most unique area is Christianshavn in the east of the city, an alternative commune built in a historic canal quarter with cafes, music and relaxed laws on soft drugs. Canal tours are a great way to enjoy multiple tourist sites including a view of the Little Mermaid and the many tourists taking photos of this small statue.
For all you need to know about this exciting destination, check out our holiday guide to Copenhagen. And for the best advice and to book your Copenhagen holiday, pop in-store or call us today.
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