The Copenhagen Card isn't a cheap card, but then, attractions and things to do in Copenhagen aren't cheap either.
What I did, was had a look at the list at what was included [there is heaps], and ticked off what we wanted to see.
Next the time limit, and I chose the 72 hour ticket for best value, and for giving us enough time to see things.
We wanted to use the Train to visit places outside of Copenhagen, and this was included on the card. The card covers a huge area for public transportation.
After all this, I bought the card, used it heaps, and came out on top, FOR ME, it was a good buy!
DO YOUR HOMEWORK FIRST!
I bought my card from the Copenhagen Tourist information office.
COST IN 2012....
24 hours DKK 249
72 hours DKK 479
120 hours DKK 699
24 hours DKK 119
72 hours DKK 239
120 hours DKK 349
This website has the list of places that are included in the Copenhagen card.
A Copenhagen Card City gives you free entrance to 40 of the most popular museums and attractions in Copenhagen.
A Copenhagen Card Plus gives you free entrance to 70 of the most popular museums and attractions in the Greater Copenhagen area, as well as free travel on all buses and trains in the area.
The bargain of this card depends on how you want to spend your day or days in Copenhagen and area.
The cards cost:
City Card Valid for: 24 hours
Adults DKK 159.00
Children DKK 90.00
Includes: free entrance to 40 attractions.
City Card Plus Valid for: 72 hours
Adults DKK 395.00
Children DKK 225.00
Includes: free entrance to 70 attractions, free travel on all buses and trains + a comprehensive guide
Visit this website for more info: Copenhagen Card
Favorite thing: Dont forget to buy a Copenhagen Card, it can cover your bus, tram, railway and most of important museums in this great city!