the city is very easy to get around
Such a Beautiful City
Whether you take the train or Metro from the airport is likely to depend on where your accommodation is based. My hotel was just a couple of minutes' walk from Copenhagen's main station so the train...
While you can buy single tickets on the metro, s-trains and buses, if you will be making several journeys it makes a lot more sense to by a multi-trip ticket called a klippekort.
Each klippekort is...
The automatic Metro, taking you from the airport to the city centre, is probably the first thing you’ll use when coming to Copenhagen. A relatively new thing in Copenhagen, it has quickly become a...
I have read somewhere that almost half of the Copenhageners (including me in the summer) use their bike to and from work or school every day. And biking is also a great way for tourists to explore...
Train to city center
The train makes for an easy commute to the city center. Really hard to go wrong. You buy a 3 zone ticket from either a kiosk at arrivals in Terminal 3 or from an agent at the...
Taking about 35 minutes, and running at up to three times an hour, the new Oresund train makes a day trip to Sweden a very simple proposition. Ticket information can be a little hard to come by, but...
I think the architect who designed Copenhagen's Kastrup airport hadn't really got his or her head around how airports work. Or perhaps the authorities had not realised how busy the airport would...
Our hotel (the Saga) had rental bikes, and biking is a good way to get around Copenhagen. I don't know how much the ones at the hotel cost, but there is a place near the RR station and their prices...
This is really a "From" tip as I've never arrived in Copenhagen by bus and have only once caught the Eurolines bus from the city - in that instance to Hamburg.
However if you are on a budget and...
1. Harbor bus 903 from Nyhavn to Operaen
2. A harbor bus coming in to Holmen North
3. Bus stop for harbor buses at Operaen
Like the Mouettes in Geneva, Switzerland, the Copenhagen Harbor...
I really think a CANAL CRUISE IS A MUST DO in Copenhagen
We went on the first one of the day which wasn't very full at all. This was great!
We grabbed a seat and sat back and listened to the...
The bicycle rickshaws have hit the streets big time in recent years in Copenhagen and they are all over the center of the city and it´s a fun way to get transported around when you are there as a...
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On Thursday May 16 at approximately 12:30 we picked up a cab to the port from the Admiral Hotel. When we got to the port, the driver could see the long lines and one of his...
I've used ferry many times on my way from Hamburg Germany to Copenhagen, than to Sweden, and than back vice versa and so on ...
Was great fun, especially if its summer time and sothat you are...
There are so many places out of the center of Copenhagen that it would be worth renting a car for a few day trips.
Two day trips I'd recommend,
Dragor and Kronborg are worth a visit.
Along the way...
Copenhagen is an ideal city for walking. All of the historic sights are clustered closely around the city center. Sidewalks are plentiful and in good condition, and there is nowhere better for...
If you want a slightly different experience of getting around Copenhagen, try one of the companies offering Segway tours. When a friend was visiting us here, we...
here are some websites of cheap buses travelling to copenhagenwww.safflebussen.sewww.swebusexpress.dkwww.eurolines.comLong distance buses from Copenhagen tend...
WalkWe booked a hotel near the train station so we walked a lot around the main sites of the city center. It was lovely near the canals but also on the numerous...
Our experience in Scandinavia is that air flights need to be booked well ahead of time. Trains are usually ok to book a few days before you plan to travel. For...
By planeCopenhagen Airport (Kastrup) connects the capital with numerous European cities, we used British Airways from London City Airport but I noticed many low...
Explore the sights and sounds of Copenhagen with a bus tour of the city,there are numerous stops located around most districts were you can hop on and off a bus...
You have 3 different airlines flying between Copenhagn and New York.SAS, Delta and Continental.That meas you have several flights a day to chose from and that...
These things are seen in most cities today - older tourists and children love them! I don't know how much the rides cost or where they stop so please check the...
I had some troubles this summer with a other local danish car rentel service. The solution to the problem was the firm danskautorent.com it only for not danes...
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