The city of Aarhus is most conveniently accessed from Aarhus (AAR) and Billund (BLL) airports (see the map below).
Copenhagen Airport is the largest airport in Denmark, with hundreds of flights a day from around the world. To reach Aarhus from this airport you need to either take a connecting flight into Aarhus airport or take a train.
DSB is the main train operator in Denmark. Tickets can be booked in advance through their website.
The main train station in Aarhus is in the centre of the city, a five minute walk from the conference venue. There is a direct service from Copenhagen to Aarhus which takes about 3 hours, with at least one train an hour. Click here for the DSB journey planner to find more about train services within Denmark.
The E45 motorway travels by Aarhus connecting the city to Aalborg in the North and Germany in the south. The E20 motorway joins the E45 at Fredericia and connects to Copenhagen. Car rental services are offered at all airports in Denmark and we recommend booking car hire before your arrival.
Current timetables for ferries to Zealand (Aarhus-Odden/Aarhus-Kalundborg):
International bus connections to Denmark are offred by Eurolines.
For long distance bus transfers within Denmark we recommend Rødbillet and Abildskou. Coaches operate within Denmark and Germany and are often cheaper alternatives to the train for travel between Copenhagen and Aarhus.
A single ticket bought on a bus (coins only) is valid for 2 hours of travel and will cost:
|Zones||Price DKK||Time valid for|
|3||30||1 hr 15 mins|
|4||40||1 hr 30 mins|
The conference location and the hotels listed on this site are all in Zone 1, the centre of the City.
Note: Ticket prices are correct as of January 2018
Denmark is an ideal country for cycling. There are not many steep hills and there are many safe cycling paths. Urban conditions for cyclists are constantly being improved. Look out for the special cyclists’ routes (cykelruter) and cycle paths (cykelstier).