There are plenty of places to get food before Security including burger bars, coffee shops, a health counter and a Danish pub. After Security, you'll find 8 sit-down restaurants, including sushi, steakhouse, tapas, a bistro and of course Danish smørrebrød. If you're in a hurry, there are around 10 takeout eateries, as well as an organic fast food place and a couple of delis.
A couple of accessory and souvenir outlets can be found before Security. As well as 5 duty-free areas, look out for local designer jewelry and fashion brands among the 70+ retailers to be found across the shared concourse after Security. Since you're in the home of Lego, take advantage of the dedicated Lego stores, and pick something up for the kids.
Baby care facilities
Children's play area (near B Gates)
Luggage storage and lockers (in the Arcade between Terminals 2 and 3)
Massage chairs (near D & F Gates)
Pharmacy (before Security)
Assistance center. You can also book assistance in advance via your airline.
Disabled seating area
There's a 24-hour burger outlet in the Arrivals area, along with a coffee shop and a Danish bakery.
You'll find a 7-Eleven grocery store in the Arcade between Terminals 2 and 3, as well as a newsstand. Both are open 24/7.
Car rental agencies
Baggage storage and lockers
If you're going to be exploring Copenhagen, why not buy a City Pass from Terminal 3 Arrivals?
The passes, which are for 24 or 72 hours, give you unlimited travel on Copenhagen's buses, trains and Metro in zones 1-4. Two kids under 12 can travel with you free. You can also buy the passes online in advance.
Smoking isn't allowed inside the airport, except in two small designated rooms near Gate A18, or in our lounges that have a separate smoking area.
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