Denmark Travel Guide

Denmark is a Scandinavian country and is the world's happiest country in 2016. During May to August seems to be a high season here because it is summer. The weather is good so the hotel rate is also high compare with the rate in winter. Copenhagen is world famous for biking culture so it is good for reducing traffic congestion.

DKK (Danish Krone)
If you use credit card, you must have PIN code.

Official Language is Danish. People can also speak English well.

Tap water is clean. Drinking water at supermarket or convenience stores is expensive. If you have bottle, it is cost saving. 

Public Transportation
Train, Bus, Taxi, Ferry 

Many toilets in Denmark are free.

Buy a tour is good option which you can see major sightseeing place in Denmark.
I bought a daily tour from Viator website. There are various kind of tours such as Hop On Hop Off Tour, Canal Tour, City Tour, City Walk, Bike Tour and etc. You can purchase a tour in advance on website or buy the ticket on the day visited. There are other tours website such as Red Buses, City Sightseeing, Stromma. Some tours are not valid in winter. 

Copenhagen Card

I bought Copenhagen Card because it includes unlimited travel for bus, train and also free entrance to many attractions in Copenhagen. It is convenient. I also get the minu guide book for travelling in Copenhagen. You can purchase Copenhagen card on website in DKK or Euro currency. There are 24 hours, 48 hours, 72 hours and 120 hour card. I bought 48 hours card in advance on website because they cannot guarantee that have enough card stock at sales points. The voucher was sent to my email. I printed it and showed the voucher at Copenhagen Airport to get the card. If you would like to buy the card online, you must in advance at least 4 weeks before arriving. You can also receive the voucher at Copenhagen Visitors Centre, Tivoli Box Office or Copenhagen Info  

Some attractions that included in Copenhagen Card
- Amalienborg
- Canal Tours Copenhagen
- City Hall Tower
- Copenhagen Zoo
- Frederiksborg Castle
- Ruins under Christiansborg Palace
- SMK - The National Gallery of Denmark
- The National Museum
- The Royal Reception Rooms at Christiansborg Palace 
- Tivoli Gardens

For other types of ticket, pleae click Ticket and Price.  

*Some attractions are closed on Monday

To / From Airport and City

Copenhagen Airport is not far from airport. If you take metro, it is only 10-15 minutes to city. 
1. Metro 
There are 2 lines; M1 and M2. Copenhagen Card includes transport from / to airport.
Other ticket types, click here.  

2. Train
Train runs every 10 minutes from or to airport and city. On website provides timetable

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