"Copenhagen Card" Public transport - general Tip by natwest

Public transport - general, Copenhagen: 23 reviews and 20 photos

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This card is a bargain for visitors who try to see as much Copenhagen as you can within 3 or 4 days.

It allows you free entry to most of the famous attractions, like Tivoli, Amalienborg Palace, Dansk Design Center, Copenhagen Zoo, IMAX, Copenhagen Museum, The National Museum, etc.

A 24 hrs card costs Adults DKK 199 / Euros 29
Children DKK 129 / Euros 19 (10-15 yrs)

A 72 hrs card costs Adult DKK 429 / Euros 58
Children DKK 249 / Euros 33

It allows you to travel on nearly every mode of transport (of course, not taxi!) go into almost all museums and places of interest for free or at a discounted rate.

- Free entry to more than 60 museums and attractions.
- Free transport by train, bus and Metro.
- Discounts on many attractions and on car rental.
- Includes a comprehensive guide

The Copenhagen Card can be purchased at tourist offices throughout Denmark, such as at the tourist information offices across from Tivoli, at the airport and at major train stations.

Many hotels, camping grounds and youth hostels also sell Copenhagen Cards.

Mode: AROUND
Phone: 7022 2442
Type: Subway/Metro
Website: http://www.woco.dk/

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Jul 24, 2005
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