Transport info and more

June 16, 2009

ok, so here’s the latest>

Tomorrow a phone number will be posted for those of you arriving on Wednesday. Accommodations have been sorted out for all days from Wednesday.
From Thursday morning signs in Christiania will be directing meeting participants to the venue.
We will try to post a map with directions before Wednesday, but for now here are directions from three major transport hubs:

From the Central Station:
Go outside towards Tivoli (to your right when you come up from the platforms)
– get bus 66 towards ‘Operaen’ and get off at ‘Prinsessegade’, which is right outside Christiania), or
– get bus 2A towards ‘Lufthavnen’ (airport) and get off at ‘Christianshavns st.’ (from here you have to walk straight until the second crossing and then turn left. Follow the street until you reach Christiania in about five minutes).

From the airport:
Get the metro towards ‘Vanløse St.’ and get off at ‘Christianshavns St.’ (from here you have to walk straight until the second crossing and then turn left. Follow the street until you reach Christiania in about five minutes).

From ‘Nørreport St.’:
Get the metro towards ‘Vestamager’ or ‘Lufthavnen’ and get off at ‘Christianshavns St.’ (from here you have to walk straight until the second crossing and then turn left. Follow the street until you reach Christiania in about five minutes).

If you are arriving by car: BE AWARE parking is very limited near Christiania and it is not possible/allowed to drive your car in Christiania itself!
From Motorway E47 take exit towards E20 and then exit 20 (‘København C’) keeping right onto ‘Vejlands Alle’. Follow this past the metroline and take a left in the first major intersection onto ‘Røde Mellemvej’. This then leads north to Christiania and you can park in the vicinity if you pay attention to the signage, one easy option is ‘Refshalevej’. Most parking in the area is quite expensive though, if you’re not lucky to get a space on Refshalevej.

Almost everyone knows how to get to Christiania and it’s in most toursit guides. Once there, most people will know where “Byens Lys” is.

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