208 reviews of Copenhagen Card
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.
Reviewed by Valerie A, July 2012
The Card gave such freedom to go wherever I wanted when I wanted. Bus, trains museums all amazing and would have cost so much more. My 72 your card was great. Highly recommend to everyone. I bought 2 and was able to really enjoy Copenhagen
Reviewed by Jeanne Y, July 2012
Great use of the card for our stay Thurs, Fri, and Sat to the hotel and back to airport. Bought the 72 hr card and went by train, metro and bus to castles and tivoli, etc. No hassles with buying each sep ticket at each place. Highly recommend!
Reviewed by Joan M, July 2012
It was easy to travel with this card. We went into Tivoli a few times - with the card there was no charge. Additionally, the trains and bus were problem free with the card. We just got on and didn't need to worry about tickets.
Reviewed by Donna Y, July 2012
Great investment when touring Copenhagen. Used it for the train, metro and buses. We used the card to get a canal tour, see Frederiksborg Slot, Tivoli and the Round Tower.
Reviewed by Robert R, USA, July 2012
A must have if you are spending multiple days in town. Diffentlly paid for itself, especially for transportation.
Reviewed by Shilpa R, June 2012
Great value card!! Worth for Tivoli gardens and few museums!
Reviewed by Lauren F, June 2012
The Copenhagen Card was great! It worked flawlessly and was very well-received. The bus driver smiled and welcomed us each time we traveled by bus. We had no issues and recommend it highly. It is definitely worth the money.
Reviewed by Wendy D, 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!
Reviewed by Barbara E, June 2012
Nice not to have to worry about digging out the local currency and just presenting a card instead.
Reviewed by joyce v, June 2012
The card was very helpful in most situations. You definitely had to stay on the go to make it pay for itself, however.
Reviewed by Paul P, June 2012
The Copenhagen Card was the best deal ever! We redeemed the card right at the airport and were able to ride the train straight into the center of the city. We used it on the buses and trains, and to get into a number of sites. The visit to Tivoli Gardens practically paid for the card right there.
Reviewed by sylvie.demers, June 2012
The Copenhagen Card gives free access to a large number of museums as well as public transportation in Copenhagen. I even received an extra discount buying it through Viator!