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Really informative guide, one of the best tours I've been on and you are absolutely stuffed by the end. A must when in Copenhagen
We purchased the Copenhagen Card through Viator and it really saved us a lot of money. It is easily picked up in Terminal 3 at the airport upon arrival and you may take advantage of it it right away by using the metro in order to get to your hotel, which by the way, is very simple to do. We got the 72 hour card and were able to do all our travelling within Copenhagen as well as visit all the museums and other attractions included in this valuable deal. We sincerely advise to acquire it prior to your arrival as it would very beneficial and definitely worth it!
We had a perfect time, the card is excellent value for money - Copenhagen is by far the coolest, safest, cit I have ever been to - thank you
excellent value if you have plans to hit a lot of tourist spots - and want to take the metro/buses everywhere. this works even in helsingor, roskilde, and other locations outside tel aviv. the copenhagen card app is particularly useful as you can mark as 'favorites' the places you wish to visit and see them all displayed on a map that helps you plan your walking tour. for the five day pass, came out to $25 per person per day, which was a steal considering the 100 kroner high prices at the museums alone.
Perfect vale for visiting this lovely city for the first time.
So much to see and do, this card made it so much easier and I saved a fortune as well.
This card was so useful I bought 2 to cover my whole time in Copenhagen, 10 days! Train, bus, and subway which is the best way to get around the city gives you unlimited use on each. As well, when going to attractions like Tivoli Gardens or Carlsberg Brewery or any of the castles, zoo and so on gives you free entrance and by just going to any two attractions pays for the card, I recommend the 120 hour card to start, I actually bought a second one.
We purchased from Viator before we left home, and were able to pick up the card at the airport when we arrived. Very easy, and the man was very nice that served us. Used the card for ALL forms of transportation-subway,train, canal cruise and received a discount on the ferry to Sweden. Used it to go to Tivoli Gardens a few times and at several museums and castles. WELL WORTH THE COST!
Great card which made everything so easy. Lots of freebies and discounts and travelling around was hassle free. Would definitely get again when visiting Copenhagen.
absolutely excellent value, buses , metro and trains also covers surrounding area as far away as Kronberg and entrance to castle, canal tour also very interesting, plus a vast amount of other entrance costs covered, to a certain extent it made the holiday as it acted as an incentive to visit numerous places, and not overstay if not found to be interesting, as you can just move on with no worry of further entrance fees.
The Copenhagen Card was a pleasure to have and use. The access to buses and trains was great. It allowed us to visit many locations that would have been too expensive otherwise
This is absolutely THE BEST DEAL! I've had such cards in other capitals, and felt stressed that I had spent a fortune and had to rush around not to feel I'd wasted my money. But this one was reasonable. Only $135 for 5 days and got me into everything and transport all around Copenhagen, but also train tickets quite far away to the really cool sights like Helsingor (Hamlet's Castle, admission included, also train fare, on the Copenhagen card), Fredericksborg, and the train to Roskilde which is the site for the awesome VIking Ships Museum (not included) and several other cool things included on the card. You can get into the Blue Planet Aquarium which costs something like 425 DK (free with the Copenhagen card), and one advantage is that it is one of the few sights besides TIvoli that is open after 5, so you're not wasting an evening. You can get into TIvoli for free with the card, but have to pay for rides, but the lovely place, fun eateries, magical lights and ambience of happy families and couples are what you go to TIvoli for as much as the rides. The Copenhagen Zoo is free with the card, and really wonderful. Be aware that there are many things in Copenhagen that are free anyway, like the National Gallery, and various museums are free on Sunday. But it is a big advantage not having to keep buying tickets and ask directions and being able to run for a train at the last minute and just flash the card. If you get lost, you just get on another bus or train and no problem with spending more money. Canal Boat Tours really fun (great photos)
I recommend AVOIDING the Hop On Hop Off busses that you get a discount on with the Copenhagen Card. About 150 DK for 24 hours and they have a terrible schedule (like once an hour) They don't have a fully open upper deck so you can't get good photos (dirty scratched plexiglass). And most of the earphone plugs with the guided talk were broken or fuzzy. They didn't run often enough to use as a mode of transport