London to Copenhagen flights

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Departure Thu, 25 May Return Tue, 30 May
LHR London
CPH Copenhagen
return from £88
Departure Wed, 17 May Return Tue, 30 May
LTN London
CPH Copenhagen
return from £32
Departure Sun, 04 Jun Return Thu, 08 Jun
LCY London
CPH Copenhagen
return from £170
Departure Thu, 08 Jun Return Mon, 12 Jun
LGW London
CPH Copenhagen
return from £55
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Cost of living comparison
Exchange rate
1.00 GBP = 8.80 DKK
British Pound Sterling Danish Krone
1 DKK = 0.12 GBP
Last checked on 11 May 2017
Train
Local, one-way ticket
8%

Trains are 8% more expensive in Copenhagen than in London.

London
£2.5
Copenhagen
£2.71
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
10%

A meal in Copenhagen is 10% cheaper than a meal in London.

London
£15
Copenhagen
£13.55
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
29%

Taxis are 29% more expensive in Copenhagen than in London.

London
£3.5
Copenhagen
£4.52
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
52%

Coffee is 52% more expensive in Copenhagen than in London.

London
£2.62
Copenhagen
£3.98

Getting to and from the airport

Flights departing from London

Being the busy city that London is, it comes as no surprise that it has five international airports, these being: Heathrow, Gatwick, London City, Luton and Stansted. Gatwick is the second busiest airport in London. It has two terminals, namely North and South. It is a single runway airport - in fact, it proudly adds to its accolades that it is the busiest single runway in the world.

While waiting for your flight to set off, you can chill in style at the departure lounge with a cup of coffee and a bite to eat. For the enthusiasts jetting off to Denmark, flights from Gatwick to Copenhagen will kick-start the journey.

Getting to London airport

Gatwick Airport is located in West Sussex, approximately 45km away from London. From London to the airport one can use the Gatwick Express; it is the fastest mode of transport. These trains come at intervals of 15 minutes. If you are rushing to get flights to Copenhagen from London, you need not worry as the Gatwick Express will get you to the airport on time. Alternatively, you can use a coach to get to Gatwick Airport.

The National Express coach, which comes at intervals of 30 minutes, can be found at Victoria Coach Station. However, they do take longer than the Gatwick Express, so take a coach early enough before your flight.

Arriving to Copenhagen

Copenhagen, the capital city of Denmark, is situated on the island of Zealand. Start off your day by touring the city using the Hop-On-Hop-Off Tour double decker bus. A grand way to see the city! Your next stop should be Tivoli Gardens, which is an amusement park that has an array of entertainment options like roller coasters. It also has a myriad of restaurants and bars. You can definitely whet your appetite and chug down a drink while admiring the electrifying, scenic atmosphere. Your sight-seeing would be remiss without a detour to a museum. The New Carlsberg Glyptotek is a museum that showcases art - an infusion of modern and medieval art.

How to get to the city centre

Flights from London to Copenhagen will get you to Copenhagen Airport. It is located on the south east side of Copenhagen in Amalga Island, approximately 8km from the city. It has two terminals: Terminals 2 and 3. Getting to the city centre from the airport is not a problem in the slightest.

You can take a bus at the airport from both terminals. You could also use Metro trains. The train station is found at the airport around Terminal 3. The Metro comes in 4-6 minute intervals in the daytime and 15 minute intervals at night. If you take a taxi, you can find one at Terminal 3. Ready to explore Copenhagen?

Most popular flight routes from London to Copenhagen