Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Copenhagen Card. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
My boyfriend and I purchased the 120 hour Copenhagen Card for our recent trip and we were so glad we did. We collected our cards with ease at the airport in Copenhagen which was very convenient. Having the Copenhagen Card made sightseeing and travelling really easy, at no point did we have to worry about getting tickets for the Metro or train and there were lots of sights, tours, museums to chose from. Most of which we would have gone to anyway ensuring value for money, but it also encouraged us to do things we had not planned to do but were certainly glad we did.
We covered a lot with the Copenhagen Card-- museums, castles, trains, subways, Tivoli Gardens, etc. -- great deal! I highly recommend it.
We only had one day in this beautiful city so were anxious to see as much as possible. The best part was to bypass the lineup for transit tickets at the airport. We received our ticket at the easy to find information desk, found the exit to the train, and were in Central Station without any struggle.
The card was very worthwhile as we used it for transportation, museums, etc. It saved us fumbling with unfamiliar currency and a lot of time.
This was an excellent buy and we used it for 2 days nonstop,
Excellent vaue for money on the 48 hour card. It paid for itself on the first day
The Copenhagen Card, through Viator was perfect in every way. Totally good value. No standing in lines, no fumbling with currency or cards. Easy to collect at the Information Booth at the airport. Particularly useful on public transport when trying to find the correct ticket fare would be challenging. Thoroughly recommend.
I'm glad I bought the city card. Collection was easy then you have all the information you need. Free transport and lots of savings on attractions. River cruise was excellent!!
The 5 day pass is great and allowed us to do many things such as visiting the Zoo, and the new Aquarium, but it requires a little for thought as many attractions are closed on Mondays and most only open at 10:00, so to avoid wasting time, plan carefully in advance. We saved approx. 25% over the 5 days, but could have done better.
Getting the Copenhagen Card is the only way to go. Used it over and over again. Never had a problem. Picked it up at the tourist information office, and it was ready to go. Used it at five castles and seven museums as well as trains to Helsingor and Hillerod. Even used it on the metro and my return train to airport. Makes it so easy to not have to obtain tickets everytime that you take a train.
We found that the card was just right to get us in to the museums and attractions we wanted and we really used the public transportation benefit a lot. It made it very easy to get around.
If we want to visit many things and profit the time in the great Copenhagen so is advisable to buy de Copenhagen Card because everything is very expensive. If you buy it from Viator it will be a cheaper.
From starting , at the airport, by using the train to our hotel---- to visiting many attractions-to the wonderful canal cruise.This card, 72 hour version, saved us a lot of money. Visitors , based on how incredibly expensive Copenhagen is, you really should buy this card .After advanced purchase, picking it up at the airport was so easy.