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Traveling from East to CPH after the festival


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Written on: 21.06.2014 16:16
Charlotte Lydboelger
Posts: 40
Hey guys! earlier i've allways stayed at west, so i've taken the train from west to Copenhagen when its time to go home.
This year im staying at get a tent east, so what is the easiest way to get to Copenhagen/Copenhagen airport? is it to take a bus from entrance east to Roskilde station, and then a train from there to Copenhagen, where i need to take the train to the airport?

Does the buses from entrance east go often, and should i expect to stand in a long line where it will take me a while before i get a spot on a bus?

How much time ahead of my airplane-departure should i leave from the festival site without having to wait at the airport forever? Copenhagen airport is so boring. I prefer to arrive airports approximately an hour before departure, but not too much more, and not any less.

My plane leaves from Copenhagen Airport monday july 7th at 13.25 / 1.25 PM

Thanks for any help and pointers icon_smile.gif

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 21.06.2014 at 16:48.]
Written on: 21.06.2014 17:00
Fredde
Posts: 824
Well, first of all, you need to be off the festival by noon monday in any case.
I suspect a big drop off already on sunday after Stevie Wonder, so not such a big rush to leave on monday morning as usual.
Yes, the bus/train/train solution is what you should go for.
There are plenty of buses leaving east, so no long wait to get on one to Roskilde station. From there the trains run often, and then something like every 20 minutes to the airport. If you leave between 9-10 you won't have to wait for too long at the airport.
Written on: 21.06.2014 17:14
Charlotte Lydboelger
Posts: 40
Thanks, Fredde icon_smile.gif But do you really think I need to leave as early as 9-10? last year it took me under an hour and half to get from Copenhagen airport to train entrance west. But then again, i was quite lucky with the train-departures.
Written on: 21.06.2014 17:26
Fredde
Posts: 824
Charlotte Lydboelger wrote:

Thanks, Fredde icon_smile.gif But do you really think I need to leave as early as 9-10? last year it took me under an hour and half to get from Copenhagen airport to train entrance west. But then again, i was quite lucky with the train-departures.

Last year I think I was home in my apartment (southern sweden) less than 3hrs after leaving camp.
But I was also lucky with departures. icon_smile.gif
If you arrive at Kastrup at noon you just find yourself a bar and squeeze the last festival feeling just a bit longer before it's time to head to your gate. icon_smile.gif
Written on: 21.06.2014 17:29
Charlotte Lydboelger
Posts: 40
Fredde wrote:

Charlotte Lydboelger wrote:

Thanks, Fredde icon_smile.gif But do you really think I need to leave as early as 9-10? last year it took me under an hour and half to get from Copenhagen airport to train entrance west. But then again, i was quite lucky with the train-departures.

Last year I think I was home in my apartment (southern sweden) less than 3hrs after leaving camp.
But I was also lucky with departures. icon_smile.gif
If you arrive at Kastrup at noon you just find yourself a bar and squeeze the last festival feeling just a bit longer before it's time to head to your gate. icon_smile.gif


Good idea. Thanks icon_smile.gif
Written on: 21.06.2014 17:35
Wallu
Posts: 706
If you can handle the walk down to the festivalś train station after all that partying, it might be wise as the trains on Monday go straight to Copenhagen. So thereś no need for a change in Roskilde station then.
Written on: 21.06.2014 17:53
Charlotte Lydboelger
Posts: 40
Wallu wrote:

If you can handle the walk down to the festivalś train station after all that partying, it might be wise as the trains on Monday go straight to Copenhagen. So thereś no need for a change in Roskilde station then.


Yeah, i was thinking about that as an option too. But its quite a hell of a walk with a heavy backåack after many days of partying from get a tent east all the way to west, isnt it? i've never walked all the way through east before, since i've allways stayed in west.
How long do you think it will take to walk from get a tent east to the train station at west?
Written on: 21.06.2014 17:59
Fredde
Posts: 824
Charlotte Lydboelger wrote:

Wallu wrote:

If you can handle the walk down to the festivalś train station after all that partying, it might be wise as the trains on Monday go straight to Copenhagen. So thereś no need for a change in Roskilde station then.


Yeah, i was thinking about that as an option too. But its quite a hell of a walk with a heavy backåack after many days of partying from get a tent east all the way to west, isnt it? i've never walked all the way through east before, since i've allways stayed in west.
How long do you think it will take to walk from get a tent east to the train station at west?

Don't walk. There aren't just one bus. I think there were at least 4 waiting last monday morning, each one left when it was full. The walk will be just too long with all the luggage and festival legs.
Written on: 21.06.2014 18:01
Charlotte Lydboelger
Posts: 40
By the way, is there an easy iphone- app where i can buy train-tickets for trains in Denmark, so that i don't have to use time at Roskilde station and Copenhagen station on that?
Written on: 21.06.2014 18:09
Fredde
Posts: 824
Charlotte Lydboelger wrote:

By the way, is there an easy iphone- app where i can buy train-tickets for trains in Denmark, so that i don't have to use time at Roskilde station and Copenhagen station on that?

http://www.dsb.dk/kundeservice/andre-emner/mobiltjenester/dsb-billet-app-til-iphone-og-android/
Found this.


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