The capital of Denmark is serviced by the largest airport of the country known as Kastrup. Built in 1925, now it is a modern airport with high capacity and performance. It is capable of managing dense passenger traffic up to 25 million passengers a year. There are offices of about sixty airlines that service flights in more than a hundred different directions. The airport has three terminals, two of which are used for international flights. Free shuttle buses run between the terminals with an interval of 10 minutes. At night it increases up to 20 minutes. Kastrup is only 8 kilometres away from the city centre, so the airport transfer does not take much time, maximum a half an hour. Right at the airport there is a metro station, but the cheapest way to get to Copenhagen is to ride on a train. Tickets can be purchased in ticket machines on the station or in the box office, where they are usually more expensive. There is an option to buy 24-hour, 72-hour or 120-hour Copenhagen Card. Lovers of comfort can take a taxi, but the last is really high-priced in Copenhagen. Do not rush to leave the airport. Kastrup airport has been repeatedly awarded for its high-class cafes and restaurants. They always serve tasty meal, so that you can tank energy there and then start your tour around the city.