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City: Copenhagen State: N/A Country: Denmark
Louisiana Museum is located at 22 miles north of the city but easily accessed by train (S-Tog to Humlebaek), Louisiana’s low, glass-sided pavilions house a superb collection of modern painting surrounded by a sculpture park boasting works by Miró, Calder and others.The museum (named after its founder’s wife, not the US state) also enjoys a spectacular location overlooking the Oresund with views across to Sweden.
Climate | When to Visit
Visit during: March to October
Directions | How to Reach
By Air:-At the crossroads of Europe, Scandinavia and the Baltic, Copenhagen is easy to reach - and get around in once you're here. Copenhagen International Airport is the principal air traffic hub of Northern Europe, and is served by more than 60 international airlines flying non-stop to and from 130 cities around the world. By Taxi: Taxis can pick up passengers outside all arrival areas. Taxi fares include VAT and tips and you can normally pay by credit card. The taxi ride takes approx. 15 min. to the centre of Copenhagen.By Train: The ticket office is located in Terminal 3 above the railway station. There are lifts and travolators between the platforms and Terminal 3. The train departures every ten minutes to Copenhagen. The train ride takes approx. 20 minutes to Copenhagen Central Station. From here you can take a taxi or a bus to our hotel.By Metro: The Metro station is located at the end of Terminal 3 and is covered by the roof of the terminal. The Metro operates at 4-6 minutes’ intervals during the day and evening hours. Tickets for the Metro are available at the Metro station and at the DSB ticket sales counter in Terminal 3. Please note that the ticket machines do not accept notes, only coins and cards such as the Dankort, VISA, etc. The metro station for the conference venue, Hotel D'Angleterre, is Kongens Nytorv.