Aalborg Airport has 39 destinations including a virtual air bridge to Copenhagen Airport (CPH) with more than 30 daily 35 minute connections and 3 daily 85-minute connections to Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS). CPH connects to 169 international destinations and AMS connects to 196 destinations worldwide.

Getting from the airport to the city center is a 10 min. ride. Bus no. 12 runs every 30 minutes just to the left of the main exit (fare: DKK 22, single ride, cash only, pay as you enter). Taxis are located to the right of the main exit (fare: around DKK 180 (city centre), metered, credit cards accepted, pay as you leave).


Comfortable Intercity trains with internet service between Copenhagen and Aalborg operate on an hourly basis.

Rejseplanen (journey planner for public transportation in all Denmark)

DSB (find journey and price for all train connections in Denmark)


Regional and international coach services connect Aalborg to many Danish and European cities. Coaches are considerably cheaper than trains and airplanes. Some major operators which offer English language websites may be accessed here (in Danish).


Aalborg sits on the E45. Congestion is rare and the speed limit is 130 km/hour. Travel time from the German border is around 3 hours. Several car rental companies are located in Aalborg and other main cities in Denmark, such as AVISEuropcarHertz, and PS Biludlejning (in Danish).

Getting around in Aalborg

Aalborg is a small city and most destinations within the city centre can be reached by foot.

An app-based bicycle sharing service is operated by Donkey Republic. Check website for app download, registration and terms of service.

An extensive network of local buses are operated by NT. The main hubs are Nytorv and Kennedy Plads. Check Rejseplanen journey planner for connections and departure times.

Taxis can be flagged down wherever you see them if their roof signs are lit. You will find taxi stands at the railway station and some other places in the city centre. Call Aalborg Taxi at +4598101010.