• Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Duration: Varies
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Get the best from Denmark’s charm-laden capital for less with the great-value Copenhagen Card. Choose a 24-, 48-, 72- or 120-hour card, and use it like your very own Copenhagen pass: enjoying a plethora of savings and benefits that help you make the very most of this beautiful city. Gain free entry to 73 top Copenhagen attractions, including the legendary Tivoli Gardens and awesome Den Blå Planet aquarium; get valuable discounts on select tours, museum tickets and more; and enjoy free, unlimited use of the city’s public transport networks.

Highlights

  • Discover Copenhagen for less and at your own pace with a city discount card
  • Gain free admission to 73 top Copenhagen landmarks, tours and activities
  • Waltz into the legendary Tivoli Gardens, Den Blå Planet aquarium and other must-see attractions for free
  • Enjoy great discounts on tours, plus save money at museums, restaurants, cafes and more
  • Get free and unlimited access to Copenhagen’s train, bus and Metro networks
  • Choose from a 24-, 48-, 72- or 120-hour card and create your own sightseeing itinerary
  • Receive a free city map of Copenhagen

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What You Can Expect

Copenhagen Card

Explore Copenhagen for less with the Copenhagen Card

Select a 24-, 48-, 72- or 120-hour Copenhagen Card on booking. Then, pick up your money-saving card and complimentary Copenhagen map at Copenhagen International Airport or a redemption point in the city center.

Valid for the stated numbers of hours from when the time you first use it, this great little card will help you make the most of Denmark’s charming capital, with free entry to 73 of Copenhagen’s major attractions and complimentary travel on the city's buses, trains and Metro services.

Plus, the card entitles you to a host of other savings on select visitor experiences, restaurant meals, shopping and more. Gain free admission to the Tivoli Gardens with its wooden coaster and vintage amusements; enjoy complimentary entrance to the remarkable aquarium that is Den Blå Planet; get discounts on sightseeing tours, and save money with cut-price entry to many other activities and landmarks.
Privileges include a free canal sightseeing cruise, entrance to the intriguing Amalienborg Museum to see its recreated royal palace interiors, and complimentary admission to the extravagant Rosenborg Palace, built by King Christian IV in the 1600s.

See the Itinerary for a full list of the deals, discounts and benefits that the card brings.

Itinerary

Customer Reviews

firemedic80

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

Worked great and just being able to use the public transportation system was worth it!

David B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

Not all passes work out too well, depends on how much you want to do, but we loved the Copenhagen card. Lot's to see and do and the use of public transportation made it easy to get around. Plenty in Copenhagen, but also plenty outside of town. The castle at Elsinore is fantastic as is spending some time in the town, back in Copenhagen be sure to visit all the local palaces, take the boat tour, and don't miss the Cisterns close to a famous brewery!.

Kelsey H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

Do it. Do it on day one. A fantastic use of our money and made using the public transportation system that much easier when you didn't have to worry about purchasing a ticket. It was an easy way to get us into many locations for free, including the zoo which we ended up spending hours in the animals are so friendly! Cannot recommend this card enough!

Carolina W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

Awesome card to be able to use on all public transport and entrances into museums etc. It is very handy to have it.

elarielisisdan7

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

Worth the money. Includes transportantion, which was a plus.

Jeffrey L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

This card more than pays for itself!

Dean R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

Perfect for what we needed seen everything we wanted to plus great to use on public transport

Brett H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

48 hour one is great value and if you are using for a weekend such as arriving Friday night and leaving Sunday the 48 hour one will get you from airport and possibly back and all in between.

Ann R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

Recommend that you get the Copenhagen card as it allows you to travel on the transport and you can get into museums etc for free and you can also get discounts in certain shops,places to eat.Well worth the money

jwoodcock

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

The Copenhagen Card is awesome! Good to know: In my jet lagged fog, I forgot to pick mine up at the airport. The tourist info centers close at 5pm, but you CAN pick it up at the Tivoli Box Office - which is open into the evening. I had a rental car and didn't use the public transportation option, but I used it to get in to a ton of museums. I can recommend the Roskilde Viking Ship Museum SW of Copenhagen very highly, the Arken Art Museum is excellent, the Den Bla Planet aquarium was OK, the Louisiana modern art museum N of Copenhagen was absolutely extraordinary, and well worth the drive to get there. An observation: I spent 45 minutes looking for a parking spot within a mile of Tivoli, so taking public transportation is a good idea, if possible. The train/bus station is directly across from Tivoli, and Tivoli is just magical. The Copenhagen Card covers a ton of options, and some of these a fair ways outside of Copenhagen, so it is worth the time to sit down with a map and the list and Google, ahead of time, to make your choices. You could easily pack a week in this area exploring - I wish I'd had time to poke around in thrift shops and scope out the coffee shops. FYI - in comparison to the US, these things are expensive, so bring some extra funds - a cup of coffee is about 4.50, a small Latte is 7 or 8, for example - it adds up quickly. Also, if you rent a car, get GPS - it will be invaluable in getting around. Also, be prepared if you rent a car for a hefty 400 deposit - another reason to use the public transport on the Copenhagen Card, if you can. I believe there is also an Aarhus Card, if you're heading West. Aarhus is really cool, and the Moesgaard Museum is extraordinary. Happy travels! Denmark is awesome!

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