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Practial information for participants

This page contains all the practical information that may be useful for NLITED summer school participants, whether students or teachers.

What is needed

Students should come to the summer school equipped with their laptops, plus stationery for taking notes.
The rest of the material will be provided by the organisers.

How to get to Rungstedgaard Hotel

The Rungstedgaard Hotel is placed at Rungsted Strandvej 107, 2960 Rungsted Kyst

From airport 

Getting to Rungstedgaard Hotel from the airport there are several possibilities.

The journey takes approximately 60 minutes.

The easiest route to Rungstedgaard is to take the regional train called Øresundtaget. This train directly takes you to the closest station to the venue. From there is a 15 minutes walk to the hotel. 

From DTU

From DTU it is possible to take several buses to the Rugstedgaard Hotel.

The journey to the station altogether takes about 43/55 minutes.

  • Option 1:  (55 min)
    • Bus 190 at Lyngby St., 7 stops (5 min)
    • Bus 388 at Helsingør St., 42 stops (45 min)
  • Option 2:  (43 min) 
    • Bus 40E at Skodsborg St., 5 stops (14 min)
    • Bus 388 at Helsingør St., 17 stops (13 min)

How to get to DTU

The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) is placed at Anker Engelunds Vej 1 Bygning 101A, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark


From the airport

From the airport it is possible to take several trains and buses to the centre of Copenhagen and from there, take a second mean of tranport vehicle to the DTU campus.

The whole journey takes about 60 minutes.

From the airport to the main station: Metro M2 from Lufthavnen to Nørreport
From Nørreport St: Train A from Nørreport St to Lyngby Station


From the Rugstedgaard Hotel

IMPORTANT: On the 16th there is a bus for DTU at 7:30 to bring all the hotel guests to DTU. The meeting point is at 7:25 in front of the hotel front desk.

Return to the hotel on 16 afternoon is at your own expense using public transport or taxis.

Option 1:
Bus 388  (Linstowsvej (Rungsted Strandvej) – to Lyngby St., – 44 stops (41 min)
Bus 181 from Lyngby St. – 4 stops (7 min)

The best solution is to check the availability via Google maps. 



How to buy tickets for public transpor

Tickets for public transport can be purchased from ‘Your Public Transport’. It is possible to purchase a ‘Large City Pass’ for DKK 160 pr. day which grants unlimited access in the Copenhagen area and also to the venue DTU campus in Lyngby. As a one way ticket from the airport to the venue is approx. DKK 68, we recommend the city pass for its price and flexibility. Purchases are done in the ‘Your Public Transport’ app or at vending machines on the stations. You can read more at Your Public Transport.

Access the Journey Planner to see how to get to DTU with public transportation from the airport and the main stations of Copenhagen


How to get a taxi

Four taxi companies operate in Copenhagen.

Apps for iOS and Android are available in the website links.

Taxi Company Contact Details Website
Taxa 4 x 35 Tel: +45 35 35 35 35 Website
Dantaxi Tel: +45 48 48 48 48 Website
Taxi 4 x 27 Tel: +45 27 27 27 27 Website
Viggo Website Only Website

Rungstedgaard Hotel information

 Rungstedgaard Hotel address: Rungsted Strandvej 107, 2960 Rungsted Kyst 

Check-in at the hotel is possible from 03:00 pm.

Check-out must be by 09:30 am.

Breakfast will be served between 7 and 8 am. On 16 August, it will be possible to have breakfast from 06:45

Coffee breaks are provided during the morning (9:30 am) and afternoon (2:30 pm).

Lunch will be served from 12 noon to 1 pm. Please be aware of that beverages (except water) for the lunch is not included, so this will be an extra cost.

Dinner will be served from 6.30 pm.  It includes 2 glasses of housewine/beer/soda per person. If the guests ask more drinks it will be on their own expense.





Updated: August 4

On this section the organizers will publish any COVID-related incidences during the conference. There will be no other communication to the conference participants, so please check the webpage regularly if you feel at risk.

The conference is physical and we hope for everybody to benefit greatly from meeting again post-corona.


We keep a lookout for COVID-19, but Denmark is a well-vaccinated country with very low COVID incidence rate.

There are no COVID restrictions in Denmark, we can travel in and out of the country, meet as many as we want and facial masks are not required anywhere.

The basic recommendations are still:

  • get vaccinated
  • stay home if you are ill
  • keep your distance
  • open windows and and ventilate regularly
  • wash hand frequently or use hand sanitizer
  • clean surfaces that are touched by many people

If you are infected, self-isolate as soon as it is possible. Tests of close relatives of other contacts are no longer recommended.


The front desk has facial masks and COVID self-test kits upon request. Hand sanitizers are distributed at the conference venue.

We hope to see you for a safe and sunny event in Copenhagen!

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