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Visit Bite Copenhagen

Professionals from the food industry can visit Bite Copenhagen for free. Register you and your colleague, and avoid the queue at the entrance. Inquiries can be sent to Bite@bchg.dk.

NOTE: People under the age of 18 are not allowed inside the exhibition without prior appointment.

See you at Bite Copenhagen 2020, August 26 & 27.

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The Attic, Perth Australia

“There are some very interesting stands and everything is very different from what I am used to in Australia. Especially regarding food sustainability. I am here to gather contacts that I can bring back home to Australia.”

– Suzy Stanford, The Attic, Perth Australia

Transport

Bella Center Copenhagen
Center Boulevard 5
2300 København S

Google maps

Opening hours

Wednesday 10.00 - 18.00
Thursday  10.00 - 18.00

 

Bus lines

Bus timetables can be found on the transport company DOT's website

You can also use the website Rejseplanen to plan your trip with public transport.

Metro

If you take the metro, the center of Copenhagen is just a few minutes away. The Metro line M1 runs between Vanløse and Vestamager. The metro station "Bella Center" is located by Bella Center's east entrance. 

Closest S-train

If you plan on travelling by train, Copenhagen Central Station is within reach from Copenhagen Central Station. To get to and from Copenhagen Central Station, you can take the bus line 30, which takes 20-25 minutes. All regional trains also stop at Ørestad Station, where you can transfer to the metro to get to Bella Center Copenhagen. Note that Intercity Trains DO NOT currently stop at Ørestad Station. Information and reservations via DSB.