When you arrive via the airport, you can pick up your rental from our office then take the Amager Boulevard for 4.2 miles into the city. It should take around 14 minutes depending on traffic.
If you park in a free area, you'll need to display a parking disc. These will be supplied with all rental cars and are used like a clock, to show the time you arrived.
The motorways are toll-free in and around Copenhagen, and there are plenty of arterial routes which connect the city's various districts. Although the network is well laid out, traffic problems occur here during rush hour as they do elsewhere.
The 02 route is a main road which circles central Copenhagen, if you're leaving the city, it's best to join it quickly, then follow it up to the E47. From here, you can simply take the exit you need to get deeper into the country.
When your hire period has begun, you can get moving across the city. Take in the incredible architecture and pristine harbour area, or venture into the stylish Vesterbro district for a taste of vintage chic. For business travellers, Copenhagen is one of the world's cleantech epicentres and has had a clearly defined business centre at Ørestad, close to the airport, since the 1990s. Like many other commercial areas in this well-planned city, it's easy to reach and offers plenty of secure onsite parking.