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Copenhagen Central Station / Koebenhavn H

Copenhagen Central Station (Danish: Københavns Hovedbanegård [kʰøpm̩ˈhɑwns ˈhoːð̩pɛnəˌkɒˀ], abbreviated København H) is the main railway station in Copenhagen, Denmark, and the largest railway station in Denmark. With more than 100,000 travelers every day, it is the second busiest station in Denmark after Nørreport station. It is located in central Copenhagen, situated between the districts of Indre By and Vesterbro with entrances from Bernstorffsgade (at Tivoli Gardens), Banegårdspladsen, Reventlowsgade and access to platforms from Tietgensgade.

Copenhagen Central Station is the hub of the DSB railway network serving Denmark and international destinations. It offers International Train services to Sweden and Germany, InterCity and Express train services across Denmark, regular and frequent regional train services to and from Zealand and southern Sweden (also referred to as Øresund trains), commuter rail services of the Copenhagen S-train network across the Greater Copenhagen area, as well as rapid transit services by the Copenhagen Metro network's City Circle Line across central Copenhagen.

Location  Bernstorffsgade 16–22, DK-1557 Copenhagen V

Services

Copenhagen Central Station provides Copenhagen with Intercity and Express trains across Denmark, as well as services to several international destinations.

Direct international trains connect to Stockholm and Hamburg several times a day.

Intercity trains run half-hourly from Copenhagen during daytime and serve as a link between the major cities and towns in Denmark, including Odense, Aarhus, Aalborg, Esbjerg, Thisted and Sønderborg.

Regional trains (stops at major stations within the Greater Copenhagen area) connect the main parts of Zealand to the capital. Veolia Transport trains on the Øresundståg regional rail network depart to southern and western Sweden every 20 minutes.

All S-train services except the F-line stop at the station.

Preceding station Danske Statsbaner Following station
Copenhagen Airport
Terminus
  Copenhagen-Aalborg
InterCityLyn
 
Odense
toward Aalborg Airport
  Copenhagen-Herning-Struer
InterCityLyn
 
Odense
toward Struer
  Copenhagen-Sønderborg
InterCityLyn
 
Odense
toward Sønderborg
  Copenhagen-Aalborg
InterCity
 
Ny Ellebjerg
toward Aalborg
Nørreport
toward Østerport
  Copenhagen–Esbjerg
InterCity
 
Valby
toward Esbjerg
Copenhagen Airport
Terminus
  Copenhagen–Odense–Hamburg
InterCity
 
Ny Ellebjerg
toward Hamburg Hbf
Nørreport
toward Helsingør
  Coast Line
Øresundståg
 
Ørestad
toward Malmö C
  Elsinore–Roskilde  
Valby
toward Roskilde
Nørreport or Lufthavnen
toward Østerport or Lufthavnen
  Copenhagen–Roskilde  
  Copenhagen–Odense  
Valby
toward Odense
Nørreport
toward Østerport
  Copenhagen–Nykøbing F/Rødby/Gedser  
Valby
toward 
Nørreport
toward Østerport
  Copenhagen–Kalundborg
Regional train
 
Høje Taastrup
toward Kalundborg
Preceding station S-train Following station
Dybbølsbro
towards Frederikssund
  H  
Vesterport
towards Østerport
  C  
Vesterport
towards Klampenborg
Dybbølsbro
towards Høje Taastrup
  Bx  
Vesterport
towards Østerport
  B  
Vesterport
towards Holte
Dybbølsbro
towards Køge
  E  
Vesterport
towards Hillerød
Dybbølsbro
towards Solrød Strand
  A  
Vesterport
towards Farum
Preceding station Copenhagen Metro Following station
Enghave Plads
toward Frederiksberg
  M3  
Rådhuspladsen
toward Kongens Nytorv
Terminus   M4  
Rådhuspladsen
toward Orientkaj