Transport & parking in Copenhagen

Central location

Steel House Copenhagen has a very central location in Copenhagen, close to Vesterport Station and the Copenhagen Central Station. This makes it easy to get to whether you are arriving by train, metro, bus or car. 

How to get to Steel House Copenhagen
We all know the feeling. You’ve been traveling for hours, so when you finally arrive in Copenhagen, you really don’t want to spend too much time trying to figure out how you get to us. We’ll help you out.

By Train

The best way to get to Steel House Copenhagen from Copenhagen Airport is by train. Get on a train riding towards Copenhagen Central Station (Øresunds train or ØR), the trains normally departs from track 2 and are bound for Helsingør or Nivå. It takes about 13 minutes and the Central Station is located 650 meters (8 min. walk) from Steel House Copenhagen. 
If you don’t want to walk; Steel House Copenhagen is located just 150 meters from Vesterport Station, which is only one stop away from the Central Station. 

By Metro
From the airport you can take the metro to Nørreport Station, which is located 1.2 kilometers (15 min. walk) from Steel House Copenhagen. The metro is located right above terminal 3 and all the trains go in the same direction from the airport (M2 to Vanløse Station), so you don’t have to worry about getting on the wrong train. The trains run with 4-6 minutes intervals during the day and evening. During the night the train runs every 15-20 minutes. It will take you 13 minutes to get to Nørreport Station from the airport.     

By Taxi
Taxis can pick up passengers at terminal 1 and 3 and will get you to Steel House Copenhagen in about 25 minutes depending on traffic. Taxis are usually waiting outside each terminal. It will cost approximately DKK 300,- - DKK 320,- depending on traffic. The address is: Herholdtsgade 6, 1605 Copenhagen V.

By Bus

Bus 5C from the airport will take you directly to Copenhagen Central Station, City Hall Square, Nørreport and Vesterport Station. It takes about 30-35 minutes from the airport to the Central Station so the train and metro is much faster. If you prefer the bus though, make sure to get off at Vesterport Station which is right next to Steel House Copenhagen 

If you want to move around the city center fast, easy and truly experience Copenhagen, we recommend you to rent a Steel House bike. 


There are different types of tickets and travel cards, suitable for different travel needs. All cards and tickets are valid for buses, trains and metro. Copenhagen area is divided into zones and you pay for the number of zones you want to travel in. 
You can purchase your tickets at the station paying by credit card or Danish Kroners. In the buses you can pay only with Danish coins. 

Copenhagen Card
Copenhagen Card gives you unlimited public transportation in the entire Capital Region of Denmark incl. public transportation to/from Copenhagen Airport. In addition, you get free entrance to more than 70 attractions and museums as well as discounts on several restaurants, sights, rentals and more. You can preorder online via and pick up your Copenhagen Card in the service information in Copenhagen Airport, terminal 3. Then you can start using your Copenhagen Card right away on e.g. the Metro to the city center.

City Pass

With a City Pass you can enjoy unlimited travel on buses, trains and the metro in Copenhagen within zone 1-4, from the moment you arrive in Copenhagen.
You can buy the tickets upon arrival at the airport or in advance so you can travel easily from and to the airport without having to think about where to purchase tickets, the types of tickets available or travel zones. With your City Pass, two children under 12 years of age can travel with you free of charge.

24 hours City Pass (Adult: DKK 80,- – Child: DKK 40,-)
72 hours City Pass (Adult: DKK 200,- – Child: DKK 100,-)
FlexCard – 7-days: unlimited access to journey for the zones you choose, price depends on number of zones.
Single tickets: one use for the number of zones that you buy.
Example: Copenhagen Airport to Steel House Copenhagen: DKK 36,-.

Parking next to Steel House Copenhagen

There is plenty of parking near Steel House Copenhagen. In addition to the nearby on-street parking, you can use the public multi-storey car park, which is managed by Q-Park and accessed from Nyropsgade. Payment is made to the car park directly, and the rates are managed by Q-park.
Car park Q-park Vesterport
Q-park Vesterport is a two-level underground carpark located right next to Steel House Copenhagen. 
Price for 24 hours: DKK 230,-. 

On-street parking
Steel House Copenhagen is located in the ´green´ parking zone.

Prices per hour:

Weekdays: 8 am - 6 pm: DKK 23,-, 6 pm - 11 pm: DKK 16,-, 11 pm -  8 am: DKK 5,-
Saturday: 00 - 8 am: DKK 5,-, 8 am - 5 pm: DKK 23,-, from 5 pm: FREE
Sunday: FREE

For information about parking in Copenhagen check the on-street parking map
For parking lots click here

Getting around by public transport in Copenhagen

You are a tourist in the city. Tourist in Copenhagen. The attractions await you just around the corner, and so does the public transport. From Vesterport Station, there is public transport in the form of buses and trains, and from Nørreport Station, there are buses, trains and the Metro. There are ticket machines at the individual stations, and you can also use the Danish Travel Card, by checking in at the start of your journey and checking out when you get there.

The Metro can be an experience in itself, and you will quickly get from one end of the city to the other. From Copenhagen Airport in Kastrup to Vanløse, and from Vanløse to Vestamager. On the way, you can jump off at Amager Strand, Øresund, Christianshavn, Kongens Nytorv, Nørreport, Forum, Frederiksberg, Islands Brygge and the headquarters of the Danish national broadcasting corporation, DR Byen, among other places. The easiest way to get to a Metro stop is by S-train from Vesterport Station.

Walking distance from:

  • Bremen Teater
  • Tycho Brahe Planetarium
  • Copenhagen Visitor Service
  • Wallmans
  • Cinemas
  • Tivoli Garden
  • The City Hall Square
  • Hard Rock Café
  • Det Ny Teater
  • ...and much more besides!

Transport and parking

Photo by: Réne Strandbygaard | Source: DSB

Copenhagen Central Station

Copenhagen Central Station is a hub for almost all traffic. You can, for example, take the train to Malmö, Fisketorvet shopping centre or the airport. At the central station, you will find trains, a taxi rank and buses.

Photo by: Stewen Quigley | Source: Visit Copenhagen

Copenhagen Airport

Copenhagen Airport, otherwise known as Kastrup, is Denmark's largest airport. Getting to and from the airport is easy by train and the Metro.

Parking | Photo by: jarmoluk | Source: Pixabay

Q Park

Q-Park is one of Denmark's largest parking companies. The company has 13 car parks dotted around Copenhagen, offering parking spaces if you want to experience the beautiful Copenhagen on foot.

Steel House Copenhagen

Steel House Copenhagen

As a guest staying at the New Yorker-inspired Steel House Copenhagen, you will experience brand new standards in contemporary city hostels. You will encounter minimalist lines and designs in a balanced fusion of raw elements, a rustic interior and soft textures.

Steel House Copenhagen

Steel House Copenhagen

As a guest staying at the New Yorker-inspired Steel House Copenhagen, you will experience brand new standards in contemporary city hostels. You will encounter minimalist lines and designs in a balanced fusion of raw elements, a rustic interior and soft textures.