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Fly with LOT Polish Airlines to Copenhagen

Comfortable conditions and a friendly atmosphere – during your flight with LOT Polish Airlines to Copenhagen, you will be taken care of by professionals. We have been awarded the title of Best Airline in Central and Eastern Europe by Business Traveller magazine for the sixteenth time.

Direct flights to Copenhagen

Multiple attractive destinations, included in the extensive direct flight network of LOT Polish Airlines, are waiting for you. See for yourself how easy and pleasant it is to travel.

Schedule of flights to Copenhagen

Flying with LOT Polish Airlines opens up many possibilities – flying to Copenhagen is just one of them. LOT Polish Airlines offers direct flights from Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) to Copenhagen Airport (CPH) every day at 7:15, 16:10 and, except Saturdays, at 20:20.

Duration of flights to Copenhagen

At Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) you are an hour and a half away from Copenhagen Airport (CPH). You can rest assured that you'll be in the capital of Denmark on time.

 

At Copenhagen Airport

In Copenhagen, you will land at Copenhagen Airport (CPH) from where it is easy to get to the city centre. You can either choose the metro (line 3), train, bus or get a taxi.  

Additional LOT Polish Airlines services

If you enjoy sitting in a specific seat in a plane, select My Favourite Seat and book the seat of your choice. Don't want to waste time waiting for airport procedures to be completed? Use the Quick Passage option. Want to reclaim your suitcase faster? We recommend that you use our Priority Luggage service.

 

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The Danish capital has for years ranked high on a list of cities that are friendly to both natives and tourists. It is situated on a coastal Zealand lowland in the northern part of Amager - an island cut across by many canals. The city's landmark is the Little Mermaid, erected as an homage to…

Leisure time

Rosenborg Castle on Øster Voldgade 4A is a renaissance royal residence located in a vast and beautiful park. Many Danish historic items have been gathered here. One of the biggest attractions is an impressive coronation throne safeguarded by three silver lions. Also worth your attention are decorative…

Restaurants

A visit to Copenhagen is an interesting culinary experience. The local specialities are based mostly on fish, for instance røget slid, or smoked herring, røget ål i øl, or smoked eel in beer sauce, as well as ålebrød, or eel bread, i.e. eel baked in rye-flour bread…

Shopping

Copenhagen is dotted with top-quality shops. Illums Bolighus on Amagertorv 10, established in 1925, and Illum on Østergade 52 are the best department stores carrying industrial designs. Apart from classic furniture, you may also purchase handicrafts and jewellery. Illum also has a home decor…

Accommodation

Nimb Hotel on Bernstorffsgade 5 is a boutique hotel in the vicinity of famous Tivoli amusement park and garden. The guests enjoy a magnificent view of the park and appreciate the impeccable interior design. Next to said Tivoli garden, on Hammerichsgade 1, you will also find Radisson Blu Royal Hotel.…

Helpful info

The best way to move about Copenhagen is to walk. The Old Town is small enough for any persevering tourist to explore on foot. Renting a rickshaw is an interesting option for lazy or tired travellers. The cost is similar to that of hailing a taxi. Copenhagen-Kastrup International Airport is located…

Active time

Copenhagen is a city of bicycles. Two-wheels enthusiasts have at their disposal more than 300 kilometres of bike paths or green routes in the city centre or on the outskirts. If you do not have your own bike, there are more than 3,500 vehicles available to be used within city limits. Free city bikes…

The Danish capital has for years ranked high on a list of cities that are friendly to both natives and tourists. It is situated on a coastal Zealand lowland in the northern part of Amager - an island cut across by many canals.

The city's landmark is the Little Mermaid, erected as an homage to the most famous Dane - Hans Christian Andersen. Tourists are happy to take a snapshot with the statue overlooking the Sound Straits. According to some, the Copenhagen Mermaid is related to Warsaw Mermaid - both had allegedly emerged from the depths of the sea in the vicinity of Gdańsk and then they went their separate ways.

The Little Mermaid has lived on Langelijne Shore for more than a century. It was crafted in 1913 as a gift from beer brewer Carl Jacobsen to the city of Copenhagen. The statue was inspired by Ellen Price, a ballerina who played the lead role in the 1909 The Little Mermaid ballet performance at the Royal Theatre. This graceful statue has been vandalized several times - it was decapitated twice, yet it has always been repaired and returned to its rightful place to patiently let itself be photographed by throngs of tourists.

Many of Copenhagen's historic sites are located within a 2-kilometre radius from the port.

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