Travel and Immigration
Visas issued by the Danish authorities depend on the length of your stay, nationality, and purpose of your visit. The process to obtain a visa is straightforward.
Please click here for more information to see whether you should apply for a visa before travelling to Denmark.
If your visa request needs to be accompanied by a registration confirmation, an official Letter of Invitation can be downloaded during the registration procedure. Please note this letter is not a commitment on the part of the organisers to provide any financial support.
Copenhagen Airport - Københavns Lufthavn, Kastrup - is the major airport for both Copenhagen, Denmark and Malmö, Sweden. Terminal 1 is for domestic flights, and all international flights arrive in Terminal 3. International flights depart from Terminal 2 or 3, which are connected.
Transfers from the airport
Beneath Terminal 3 the direct train (Danish = Tog) towards Helsingør will take you to the main trainstation in Copenhagen (Nørreport) in around 20 minutes. Alternatively, you can take Metro line M2 towards Vanløse, which will take you to Christianshavn, Kongens Nytorv, or Nørreport station, among others. Other modes of transportation, such as buses and taxis are accessible at the exit of the airport.
The Bella Center is located in Ørestad, just five minutes by train from Copenhagen airport in the direction of Helsingør or Hellerup. From here you transfer to the metro to Bella Center, a stop on the M1 metro line in the direction of Vanløse.
From the city center you can take Metro line M1 from Nørreport directly to the Bella Center.
ISBT is pleased to offer participants with a reduced Travel Pass for the congress. The Travel Pass offers unlimited public transportation in all of Greater Copenhagen. For more information, please click here.