Copenhagen Airport is Northern Europe’s air traffic hub, with direct flights to more than 150 international destinations. Copenhagen Airport has been rated the most efficient airport in Europe ten times in the past twelve years. The city centre is just 13 minutes from the airport by train or underground; and Bella Center Copenhagen is a stop on this line, situated less than 10 minutes from both the airport and city centre. Many new underground stations will open in 2019, connecting the entire city and making it even easier to get from point A to point B.
The people of Copenhagen possess very strong environmental and sustainability awareness, as reflected throughout the city. Copenhagen is a widely renowned cycling city and Copenhageners make frequent use of this mode of transport, cycling more than 1.13 million kilometres a day. Copenhagen has more than 2,000 bicycles available free of charge for tourists and visitors, and a network of cycle paths making it easy and convenient to get around quickly. The popularity of cycling also means that Copenhagen has very low air pollution and ranks second on the list of Europe’s cleanest cities.
Copenhagen is also equipped with a wide range of green solutions in its architecture and technology, making it a leader in the field of sustainable meetings. In fact, 73% of the city’s hotel rooms are environmentally certified and Copenhagen was officially named the “European Green Capital” in 2014.. Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers is Denmark’s greenest hotel and a shining example of how a hotel can operate as sustainably as possible, while also serving as an ideal meeting venue.