Searching for cheap flights from London to Copenhagen? You’ll find plenty of flight options for a city break to remember in Copenhagen. Before you book your flights to Copenhagen, be sure to read our helpful hints and tips here:
Getting to London Stansted Airport
If you’re travelling from the centre of London to catch your London to Copenhagen flights, you’ll find the Stansted Express is the speediest transfer option. National Express buses also provide a regular service to and from the airport, but although somewhat cheaper, the journey time is a little longer. Should you choose to drive to the airport, you can expect a good selection of long and short stay car parks.
Book your tickets online in advance for the best savings.
Stansted Airport Overview
Stansted Airport is located around 68 km north-east of central London. It’s always a good idea to arrive at the airport with plenty of time to spare ahead of your London to Copenhagen flights. The airport is one of the busiest in London and some departure gates at Stansted airport require you to take an internal airport train. As a number of gates are accessible only by foot, you should be prepared to walk for up to 15 minutes to your boarding gate.
The flight duration for flights to Copenhagen from London is around 2 hours.
Copenhagen Airport Overview
Copenhagen airport is located in the Oresund region of Denmark, just 8km to the south of the city centre. There are two terminals at the airport, Terminals 2 and 3. Need to stay in contact with friends, family or colleagues? You’ll be happy to learn that wifi is available throughout the airport and there are plenty of specially allocated zones for charging your phone or laptop.
Getting from Copenhagen Airport to Copenhagen
Copenhagen Airport offers good connections to the city centre by public transport - there’s no need for expensive taxis. If travelling by train or metro, the journey time only takes around 15 minutes. Both metro and trains run from Terminal 3. Tickets can be purchased at the terminal.
Denmark’s capital city is chocolate-box pretty, but you’ll need to watch the pennies - Copenhagen is renowned for being one of Europe’s most expensive cities.
Some must-sees include The Little Mermaid statue, Tivoli Gardens and the wonderful clothing shops and departments stores of Stroget. Smaller neighbourhoods such as Norrebro offer good value for money in terms of restaurants and eating out.
No doubt you’ll make savings on your cheap flights to Copenhagen from London so you can indulge in some extra treats – for more tips on what to see when you get there, check out Try Somewhere New.
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London to Copenhagen Flights – Practical Information
Fly London to Copenhagen in winter and experience the cosy ‘hygge’ atmosphere in the city’s cafes and restaurants and the beautiful Christmas market in the Tivoli Gardens. Alternatively, plan your visit in spring, summer or autumn and make the most of extended day-light and warmer, drier weather.
Looking for a bed for the night? You’ll find an excellent range of accommodation in Copenhagen from apartments and unique boutique hotels to well-known chains on Ryanair Rooms.
Copenhagen is the perfect base from which to hit the open road and discover a range of beautiful nearby destinations including Aarhus and Fredriksborg Castle. If you’ve booked your car hire online with Ryanair Car Hire, be sure to pack a copy of your confirmation email to present to the car hire desk on arrival in Copenhagen.