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I am planning to fly to Copenhagen Kastrup airport in Denmark with 2 large suitcases. (Maybe I should say "huge and heavy").

So it'd be very tiring to carry these by myself to my hotel. I was wondering if there is a luggaging shipping service located within the airport. Is such service available at the airport? If not, what would be my best option? I will be staying at Vedbæk.

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How will you yourself be getting up to Vedbæk? – Gagravarr Oct 8 '13 at 9:16
By train. So it'd be very inconvenient to carry two huge suitcases. – CookieMonster Oct 8 '13 at 9:52
Is it a direct train? Only getting between the arrivals and the platform at the airport with heavy luggage isn't too bad – Gagravarr Oct 8 '13 at 9:57
@Gagravarr Right, but carrying two large suitcases is very inconvinient (for example going to toilet), so I thought I would ship them if possible. – CookieMonster Oct 10 '13 at 2:29
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I would think you have two options:

  1. Get a porter to take you baggage from the conveyor to the train. Here is an example of a service that does this. The train station is inside the airport so it's not bad. Then get a taxi at the other end, and maybe a station porter to help you.
  2. Get an airport porter to the taxi rank (the service linked to above will do this too) and have a taxi take you all the way to your hotel. It's under 20km so it won't be extortionate, only expensive. I doubt it would be more than getting your luggage shipped separately.
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Thanks, I'll just bring them with me to the train. – CookieMonster Oct 10 '13 at 2:30

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