Copenhagen Public Transport

Jump to Buy City Pass | Copenhagen Public Transport Tips Copenhagen public transport is reliable, efficient and will get you anywhere you need to go. Though there are numerous buses and trains serving multiple locations, we’d recommend sticking to the metro, which is Copenhagen’s automated underground train network. The metro runs 24hrs a day, even to and from the airport. It only has two lines, making it easy to navigate, and stops at or nearby…

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Cycling in Copenhagen

Jump to Rent a Bike | Cycling in Copenhagen Tips Want to see Denmark’s capital city through the eyes of the local? The best way to do so is by bike. Copenhagen is the most bicycle-friendly city in the world, and over 60% of residents use cycling as their main means of transport. Copenhagen is a flat, uncrowded city with wide, well-organised cycling roads everywhere, making cycling cheap, safe and environmentally-friendly. It also means you…

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Copenhagen Card: Free Admission & Transport all over the city

Jump to Buy a Copenhagen Card | Should You Buy One? Buying a Copenhagen Card will save you the hassle of buying tickets every time you enter an attraction or board a train or bus. The card gives free admission to 79 of the city’s most famous sights as well as free transport throughout the whole of Copenhagen. You can find all 79 attractions listed here. Everything from Tivoli Gardens to Rosenborg Castle is included…

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Copenhagen Bus Tour: Hop on – Hop off Bus Network

Jump to: Copenhagen Bus Tour Tickets | Copenhagen Bus Tour Tips We strongly recommend taking a Copenhagen bus tour to see the city at your own pace, with quality information at every stage using the city’s hop on – hop off bus network. While much of the center of Copenhagen is small enough to walk around, you'll find the bus tour option the most relaxing and interesting way to see the city. You can hop…

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