For information about Copenhagen, the capitol of Denmark, please see Visit Copenhagen's web site.
Below are some practical tips on how to get around, the typical weather in March etc.
The Metro train from Copenhagen Airport offers you a direct train every 4-6 minutes to the city centre of Copenhagen and will take approximately 14 minutes. Please check www.m.dk for further information. A taxi from Copenhagen Airport to the city centre is approximately DKK 250 (no extra charges for suit-cases).
Transport to conference venues (CBS and KUA)
Both conference venues are within walking distance from the Metro. The nearest Metro for Copenhagen Business School (CBS) is Fasanvej Station. For Copenhagen University Amager (KUA) the nearest station is Islands Brygge Station.
University of Copenhagen Amager on Google maps:
The marker (A) indicates the nearest metro stop. ExAPP 2013 will take place in building 27.
The weather in Denmark in March is normally mild and somewhat cold. It can be sunny. However, on occasion an umbrella may be useful. Daytime average temperature is around 5 degrees Celsius, evening temperature around 0 degrees Celsius. For more information please see: www.dmi.dk.
Normal banking hours are from 10:00 to 16:00 hrs. Monday to Friday. On Thursday banking hours are ex-tended to 18:00 hrs. Extended banking facilities are available at Copenhagen Central Railway Station 7 days/week between 07:00 and 21:00 hrs. ATMs are usually located in connection with a bank branch and a variety of international credit cards are accepted, as indicated on the dispenser.
The shops are open from 09:30/10:00 to 18:00/19:00 hrs. Monday through Thursday and 09:30/10:00 to 20:00 on Friday and 09:00 to 17:00 on Saturday/Sunday.
Tips are always included in the prices given in taxis and restaurants.
Electricity is supplied at 230 volts A/C, 50 Hz cycle.
Police - Ambulance - Fire Brigade: Dial 112
Last updated by: Merete Borch 28/02/2013