Copenhagen Central Station (Danish: Københavns Hovedbanegård, København H is the largest train station in Denmark, placed in Copenhagen, with entrances to Bernstorffsgade (at Tivoli Gardens), Banegårdspladsen, Reventlowsgade and access to platforms from Tietgensgade. (If including the metro, then the Nørreport Station has more passengers stepping on and off)
The station is served by InterCity and regional trains as well as S-trains. It has 12 tracks. On the station concourse, there are small shops and fast food outlets. It is situated in fare zone 1.
From Kobenhavn H you can reach the Bella Convention Center in about 10 minutes.
The first station in Copenhagen, constructed in wood, was built way back in 1847 outside the city’s fortifications, but railway development soon outstripped its size, and it was rebuilt on its present site in the late 19th century.
The present concourse, designed by architect Heinrich Wenck, was opened in 1911, with seven platforms, supported by ticket offices, bathrooms with showers, luggage lockers, shops, cafes and fast food restaurants.
Trains arrive at the station from across Denmark, as well as from international cities, such as Stockholm in Sweden, and Hamburg and Berlin in Germany.
The station is located at Bernstorffsgade, København 1577.
Time zone — GMT + 1 (GMT + 2 from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October)
Currency — The currency in Denmark is the Danish Krone (DKK), which is divided into 100 øre. Danish banknotes are issued in denominations of 1000 Dkk, 500 Dkk, 200 Dkk, 100 Dkk and 50 Dkk, while coins come in denominations of 20 Dkk, 10 Dkk, 5 Dkk, 2 Dkk, 1 Dkk, 50 øre and 25 øre.
Unlike much of Europe, Denmark has not adopted the Euro currency, however you will find many shops will still accept it as payment as long as you don’t mind any change being given in Danish Krone.
Language — The official language of Denmark is Danish although the majority of Danes do speak some English. The Danish people have long been used to learning and speaking other languages and are usually happy to do so.
The Danes who are involved in the travel industry are likely to speak impeccable English and in many cases German too.
Electricity — 220V, 50Hz
Air Connections — Copenhagen has two airports, Kastrup (the large international airport) and Roskilde Lufthavn (a smaller international and general aviation airport).