About Copenhagen

 

This is Copenhagen - A City for Life

Danes are said to be the happiest people in the world, and Copenhagen the world’s most liveable city. Why? Because every bit of Copenhagen is designed for life, from the buildings and architecture, the food and the water, the many bikes and the intelligent infrastructure to free education, free health care, and a society firmly focused on the life balance between work and play.

 

Copenhagen is a pocket-sized fairy tale and at the same time, a buzzing and innovative hub of ideas. Copenhagen is a city large enough for every kind of life philosophy, but small enough to bicycle from one end to the other in twenty minutes. It is all there, the urban pulse in the cobbled streets, the castles and bell towers, the artists, makers and the green grass, the mothers, babies and their strollers, the hipsters and their dreams, the prince and the queen.

 

The Copenhageners excel in combining simple and sustainable solutions with a casually sophisticated lifestyle. A lifestyle based on tradition, history and culture, yet constantly moving forward, giving Copenhagen a unique blend between the harmonies of old world charm and the progressive beat of a truly cosmopolitan city.

 

For more tourist information, click here

 

 

Practical Information

Banks
Normal banking hours are from Monday through Wednesday and Friday between 09:30 and 16:00. On Thursdays, banking hours are extended to 18:00. Extended banking facilities are available at Copenhagen Central Railway Station 7 days/week between 07:00 and 21:00 hrs. ATMs are generally found around banks and shopping centers.

 

Business hours

Most stores and restaurants are open from 10:00am to 6:00/8:00pm seven days a week. Others close later around 10~11pm.

Climate
The Copenhagen climate follows four distinct seasons. The temperatures vary considerably during the year, particularly during the winter period. July is normally the warmest month with an average temperature of just below 20°C. February is generally the coldest with an average of just below 0°C.

 

Conference Venue

Danmarks Nationalbank, Havnegade 5, DK-1093 Copenhagen K
Switchboard +45 3363 6363 and email nationalbanken@nationalbanken.dk

 

Contact persons

Ms Jeannie Jensen, Danmarks Nationalbank
Tel direct: +45 3363 6006
Mobile +45 2296 0516
Email: jkj@nationalbanken.dk

 

Mr. Andreas Christensen

Tel direct: +45 3363 6522

 

Mr. Jakob Mortensen

Tel direct: +45 3363 6593

 

Email : research@nationalbanken.dk


Currency
Though Denmark is part of the European Union it still has its own currency - the Danish Kroner (DKK). Throughout the city centre there is a wealth of banks with ATMs and currency exchange places for exchanging most foreign currencies. Taxis, most tourist attractions, and restaurants will accept EURO, however at a lower exchange rate.

1 EUR ≅ 7,44 DKK

Visa and Master Cards are commonly accepted.

 

Dialing codes

International country code for Denmark is +45.

 

Dress code

Business casual

Electricity
Electricity in Denmark is 220V, 50Hz. Plugs are European 2-pin (Type C).

Emergency services
For police, fire, or ambulance: DIAL 112.

Emergency call in Danmarks Nationalbank +45 3363 6401

Outside Danmarks Nationalbank: For emergency call +45 112 and medical +45 1813.

 

General information

Badges with your name will be given to you during registration at the reception desk in the bank. According to Danmarks Nationalbanks security procedures please remember to bring a valid photo ID. Please ensure that the badge is visible at all times during the conference.

 

Please note that moving around the bank outside of the conference area is only allowed if escorted by bank's personnel. Smoking is not allowed in Danmarks Nationalbank.

 

After arrival at the bank and security registration, conference participants will be picked up from the reception by a bank employee and escorted to the conference area.

Please arrive at least 15 minutes ahead of the start of the conference.

 

Insurance

Participants are invited to arrange their own individual medical, travel and personal insurance.

Local transportation
For information on the Metro system that serves the Copenhagen Business School, click here.

 

Meals and refreshments

Lunch will be served at Danmarks Nationalbank, and soft drinks/coffee/tea will be served during the breaks.

 

Note: If you have any dietary restrictions, please contact Ms Jeannie Jensen, jkj@nationalbanken.dk

 

Maps

Hotel Copenhagen Strand is located about 5 minutes walk from Danmarks Nationalbank, Havnegade 5.

Hotel Astoria is located 25-30 minutes walk and 10-15 minutes by taxi from Danmarks Nationalbank. See maps

 

Power Supply

The standard voltage in Denmark is 220 volts. Standard European two-pins plug.

Shopping Hours
Shops are open from 09:30/10:00 to 17:30/18:00, Monday to Friday. A few department stores in the city have longer opening hours. On Saturdays, shops are open until 13:00/16:00. Most are closed on Sundays.

Telephone
To make an international call from Denmark, dial 00 followed by the country code. Denmark's country code is 45.

Time
The local time in Denmark is Central European Time (GMT + 1 hour)

 

Tipping
Tips are always included in the prices given in e.g. taxis and at restaurants, but you are always welcome to tip if you feel the service was especially good.

 

Tourist information

http://www.visitcopenhagen.com/copenhagen-tourist

 

Transportation from airport to hotel or Danmarks Nationalbank

The Metro is located at the end of Terminal 3 in the airport. The Metro from the airport operates at 4 - 6 minutes’ intervals during the day and evening hours. Journey time to central Copenhagen is about 13 minutes. The station nearest to the hotel Copenhagen Strand and Danmarks Nationalbank is Kongens Nytorv (5 minutes walk).

 

There are 3-zones from Copenhagen airport to Metro station Kongens Nytorv and a single ticket costs DKK 36 (about 5 EUR). For information on tickets purchase at the airport: https://info.parkering.cph.dk/en/metro. Public transportation tickets can be purchased at metro station (cash and credit cards) and on buses (cash only). 24 and 72 hours public transportation passes can be purchased at the airport and at metro/train stations.


Taxis
can pick up passengers at airport terminal 1 and 3 and will get you to Copenhagen city centre in about 20 to 30 minutes depending on traffic. Taxi fare is approximately DKK 300.

 

 

Danmarks Nationalbank - Havnegade 5 - 1093 - KĂžbenhavn K - +45 3363 6363