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Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek

Opened in 1888 to house the extensive private collection of art enthusiast Carl Jacobsen (best known for founding the famed Carlsberg brewery), the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek is one of Copenhagen’s most prominent art museums. Displaying over 10,000 ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
December 2013

I have booked the card 4 days before my travel for myself, wife and 13 years old son for 124 hours each from 14th October 2013 to 18th October 2013. On arrival at Copenhagen airport at the information counter showing my booking reference, I collected the cards within a minute along with the free Copenhagen map. From there I travelled by train and alighted at Copenhagen central station to reach my hotel by walk. Same day evening went to Tivoli gardens and for the next three days used the card extensively for trains, metro, on buses, various museums, Copenhagen zoo, Den Bla Planet, Canal Tour, Frederiksborg Castle to name a few. Unfortunately I could not visit Carlsberg beer factory for paucity of time. 20% discount, I availed on ferry to cross into Sweden. Altogether I did not spend even a single Danish krone on transport and to visit various places of attraction. Having a card is a privilege and value for money. Even though I have not visited all the places I got more than what I paid for. In a nutshell I used the card from the time of arrival at Copenhagen till my departure as a VIP. Wonderful idea of introducing such card at Copenhagen and people of Denmark were very helpful and friendly.

Doing what: Copenhagen Card

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
June 2013

Had a 48 hr card that covered train/metro from the airport and all our transportation needs while in Copenhagen. Also used the card for free entry to several museums and the Carlsberg Brewery. Well worth the money!

Doing what: Copenhagen Card

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
June 2012

The Copenhagen Card was a very good value for us and saved the 4 of us over $300! I especially liked that it is for 24 hours so we could start it in the afternoon one day and finish up the following day. It would be too exhausting to see so much in one day. We were able to see the 3 palaces (Rosenborg, Amalienborg, and Christianborg incl. Stables and Ruins), Theater Museum, Sandsculpture Festival, Jewish Museum, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, H. C. Andersen Event, Round Tower, Canal Boat Tour, and Tivoli Gardens. Some of the things we went to didn't have that much to see but it didn't matter since they were free with the card. The guide book they give you with the card has lots of helpful information. Also, we didn't have to deal with local currency or exchange fees. When the card was expired, we went to the many free attractions in Copenhagen. The Copenhagen Card made our visit very affordable!

Doing what: Copenhagen Card

4 star rating: Recommended
May 2013

We used the card for admissions, bus, train. Remember to ask for a bus map. Carlsberg was good value and included 2 free beers!

Doing what: Copenhagen Card

4 star rating: Recommended
October 2011

The Copenhagen Card was a worthwhile purchase.It made the use of the public transport system very easy. We got into a number of attractions for free but still had to pay for the Carlsberg brewery tour. Unfortunately Tivoli Gardens was closed whilst we were there- if it had been open it would have definitely made the card worthwhile.

Doing what: Copenhagen Card

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