Address: Halmtorvet 11, 1700 København, Denmark
Øksnehallen is situated in the heart of the city, only at a few minutes' walk from Copenhagen Central Station. The venue is more than a 100 years old and was originally used as a cattle market before being converted into an exhibition space in connection with Copenhagen's status as European Capital of Culture in 1996. Today it is one of the city biggest exhibition halls.
Covid-19 measures during the 6th EGP Congress
To create a safe environment, especially for the most vulnerable, we ask all participants to self-test before travelling to the Congress and undertake their travels only if the result is negative. Anyone who presents Covid-19 symptoms at any point before or during the event is kindly asked not to attend.
We recommend wearing masks, especially in spaces and instances where participants are close to each other, such as closed meeting rooms, plenary, etc. We kindly ask you to bring your own masks.
Currently, there are no covid-19 related restrictions on entry to Denmark. General covid-19 restrictions no longer apply, with a few exceptions: airplanes might require covid-19 vaccination certificates, and mask wearing might be compulsory when visiting social institutions and hospitals. More official information can be found here.
Download the Copenhagen city guide (pdf) by our Danish member party SF. They guide you so you can explore the city, and get to feel the Danish "hygge".
The European Greens are committed to providing an environment that is free of harassment and discrimination and that is a safe space for all participants. We ask that all participants pay attention to their conduct and behaviour. Read our safe space policy here.
Currency: Danish Krone
The currency of Denmark is the Danish Krone (code "DKK" and currency sign "kr."). At the Congress venue, payment of drinks during the party will be possible both via credit card (preferred) and in cash, in Danish Krone.
Travel to Copenhagen
- BY LAND
Copenhagen Central Station is located at only a few minutes' walk from Øksnehallen, the Congress venue. It is reachable by train from various places in Europe: Malmö is at 36 min away and Hamburg at less than 5 hours travel.
- BY FERRY
Copenhagen can be reached by ferry from Oslo in about 17 hours.
- BY AIR:
Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup is the main international airport serving Copenhagen, Denmark. It is the second largest airport in the Nordic countries. It is one of the oldest international airports in Europe, the fourth-busiest airport in Northern Europe, and the busiest for international travel in Scandinavia.
The airport is located on the island of Amager, 8 kilometres south of Copenhagen city centre.
Local transport in Copenhagen
Copenhagen has a very extensive public transportation system and in the city centre buses, trains and the metro are in service around the clock. You can find more useful information to plan your journey here.
Travel from Copenhagen Central Station to the Congress Venue
The Congress Venue is 600m away from the main train station, at approximately 7-minute walk (directions).
Travel from Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup to the Congress Venue
Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup is located around 12 km from central Copenhagen.
You can take a direct train from the airport to the Copenhagen Central Station. A one-way ticket costs 36,00 DKK and can be purchased from the machines in the arrival terminal of the airport. The trip takes about 13 minutes and there are several trains per hour.
The timetable can be found here. The airport train station is called “CPH Lufthavn” and the Copenhagen Central Station is called “København H”.
Alternatively, you can travel from the Copenhagen airport to the Copenhagen Central Station by metro. Follow the directions below:
- Take Metro Line 2, direction Vanløse st. (Metro) for 8 stops until Kongens Nytorv
- From Kongens Nytorv take Metro Line 4 direction København H (Metro) for 3 stops until København H
- Walk for about 5 minutes (directions)
Copenhagen offers a wide array of accommodation options easily reachable from the Congress venue. Click here for hotels’ negotiated rates and other accommodation suggestions.
Important! COPENHAGEN REIMBURSEMENT RULES
Minimum 4 and maximum 6 delegates per member party are entitled to reimbursement of travel costs and accommodation. Please check here to find out how many delegates are reimbursed from your party to travel to Copenhagen and whether your travel and accommodation is booked by EGP. If you have any doubts or questions, please contact email@example.com.
For those eligible to reimbursement, EGP will either book and pay for travel and accommodation or reimburse their costs, in accordance to the EGP Rule Book.
1. EGP is booking your travel and accommodation
EGP office will contact the delegates following their registration, with instructions on how to book their travel.
2. You book your travel and accommodation and claim reimbursement
Please keep all original receipts, invoices and tickets, including bording passes to complete your reimbursement request after the event. Based on the invoice for accommodation, EGP will reimburse up to 95€ per night for a maximum of 3 nights (4 nights if travel is not possible on the day just before or after the Council, which is to be agreed with EGP in advance, before purchase).
We urge you to arrange your travel as early as possible, before the rates become too expensive. Bear in mind we will only reimburse travel tickets that are booked no later than 3 weeks (Friday, 11 November 2022) before the start of the Congress, unless agreed otherwise with the EGP office.
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