Getting Around Copenhagen

Getting Around Copenhagen

The B E S T way to explore Copenhagen is by bike. Not only is it a healthier form of getting around but highly recommended by locals when one wants to experience the city from a more lively angle. Not sure where to go? No worries – just book a tour with Copenhagen Bicycles for DKK$100. Have the Copenhagen card? Your tour is free.

I hope I’m painting an enticing picture for you but I must confess…I did not do the bike tour. My sister and I are not bikers by any means. I will however, try it next time I travel alone. Let’s face it, one bad rider is better than two. And by next time, I mean this upcoming October!

The city is notorious for its various yet diverse museums. Whether you’re craving something cultural, modern, historic, or scientific, the Copenhagen Card is your best friend. Not only do you get free admission to over 70 museums but you can also enjoy unlimited use of public transportation!


Copenhagen Card:

  • Free admission to 72 museums and attractions
  • Free public transport by bus, train and Metro
  • Discounts on restaurants, car service and sights
  • Free admission for children under 10


  • 24hrs – DKK$358
  • 48hrs – DKK$485
  • 72hrs – DKK$582

If museums aren’t your cup of tea, you can opt for a more economical card and get a City Pass, granting unlimited travel by bus, train, and metro.


  • 24hrs -DKK$80
  • 72hrs -DKK$200

Whichever way you choose to explore, this wondrous city will surely make you want to come back every year for more.


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