Discover Copenhagen as you please. With the Copenhagen card, you get a taste of Denmark’s history, innovations and art. With this all access pass get to see museums and attractions for free plus it takes care of your transportation too.
Copenhagen Card – What’s included
Copenhagen Attractions & Museums
The card includes admissions to 87 museums and tourist attractions such as Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen Zoo, Museum of Odrupgaard, Ny Carlsberg, Glyptotek, Rosenborg Castle and the Danish Royal Collection at Amalienborg Palace to name a few. The canal tours are also included in this wonderful package.
Find out more about the attractions included here.
Copenhagen Public Transports & Leisure
Enjoy unlimited use of public transportation, from buses, trains and even the metro system in the Greater Copenhagen Region. You may also avail of discounts in restaurants, boat trips, tours, car rentals and even selected activities or attractions.
How it works
Time starts the minute you first use it. You may visit each attraction once within the 24 hour time frame. Each card is valid for one adult and up to 2 children (below 10 years old). There is also a separate card for children aged 10-15 years old.
The Copenhagen Card (book here) comes with a comprehensive and informational map, so you can plan your itinerary. The city guide comes in Danish and English and German, while fliers and tour suggestions are also offered in Spanish, Italian and French.
Copenhagen Card Price
How to book your Copenhagen Travel Card
You may purchase your card it through the official website or you may get it at sales outlets in the airport, tourist information offices and railway stations. They are also available in most hotels, hostels and even campsites.
If you prefer to save time, we recommend booking your Copenhagen Travel Card online here from €53,40 for the 24-hours pass.