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Copenhagen Card-Discover: 80+ Attractions & Public Transport

1. Copenhagen Card-Discover: 80+ Attractions & Public Transport

Get your personal sightseeing pass to Copenhagen with the digital Copenhagen Card-Discover and enjoy free entrance to 80+ different museums and attractions. Available for periods of 24, 48, 72, 96, and 120 hours, the card grants access to some of the city’s best museums and attractions. Redeem the 8-character Copenhagen Card code in the Copenhagen Card app whenever you want to and then activate when you need to start using the card. Get from site to site with free and unlimited use of the transportation system, including city buses, trains, the harbor buses, and the metro. Learn more about the Danish capital at sites such as the Royal Palace, or enjoy all the thrills of one of Europe’s oldest amusement parks. Here is a small selection of the attractions that your Copenhagen Card covers: • Tivoli Gardens (gardens access only, rides not included) • Canal Tours (Classic Canal Tour of Copenhagen) • Rosenborg Castle • Amalienborg Castle • ARKEN Museum of Modern Art • Danish Architecture Centre • Karen Blixen Museum • The Viking Ship Museum • The Danish War Museum • Design Museum Denmark • Christiansborg - The Royal Reception Rooms • The National Museum • Kronborg Castle • Copenhagen Zoo • Casino Marienlyst • The Cisterns • And many more! See the full list of attractions at copenhagencard.com

Copenhagen: 48-Hour Sightseeing Bus Ticket, 1-Hour Boat Tour

2. Copenhagen: 48-Hour Sightseeing Bus Ticket, 1-Hour Boat Tour

Explore Copenhagen at your own pace with a 48-hour pass to the city’s double-decker sightseeing bus and complimentary access to a 1 hour Classic Canal Tour in the canals of Copenhagen. You can hop off at up to 30 city center stops, including the Gefion Fountain, The Marble Church and the legendary commune of Freetown Christiania. Hop off at the zoo, explore Frederiksberg Castle, marvel at the Liberty Monument, or hop off at the Meatpacking District. Copenhagen's palaces and museums are laid out for you as the bus cruises through the graceful Danish capital’s streets. On warm days, take to the open-top deck and relax on comfortable seats. You can hop on and hop off as many times as you like, for as long as your ticket is valid. On cold days, buses are heated to keep you warm during the great experience. Go down to the harbor side and catch the cool breeze and breathe in the fresh air. See the famous Little Mermaid and the stunning Black Diamond building, home to the Royal Library, Denmark’s national library. You can join our Classic Canal tour from either Nyhavn or Ved Stranden to see the city from the water. here you will see some of the major attractions, such as Christiansborg Palace, the striking new Opera House* Remember to go the the ticket office to get a ticket for a specific departure time for the Canal Cruise. A small selection of bus stops: The Little Mermaid The Marble Church Kongens Nytorv Christianshavn Christiansborg Palace Carlsberg Christiania The Opera* Planetariet* and Langelinie (Cruise Terminals) Audio guides and headphones are provided with pre-recorded commentary in various languages, including English, Spanish, German, French, Russian, Italian, Danish, Japanese, Chinese, Swedish, Polish and Ukranian. Boat stops: Ved Stranden Nyhavn

Copenhagen: Copenhagen Zoo Entry Ticket

3. Copenhagen: Copenhagen Zoo Entry Ticket

Go to the zoo in Copenhagen, a must-see when visiting the city. See giant pandas in the panda house, polar bears, giraffes, and more. If you get hungry, stop at one of the many restaurants on site (not included in the ticket price). Admire the architectural delights of the building itself. Meet your group at the Copenhagen zoo and avoid the stress of queuing up to buy tickets. Begin walking around the huge zoo, and visit over 4,000 animals, learning about each one as you go. Experience unforgettable close encounters with polar bears and see the world from a giraffe's perspective. Make a stop (or two) at one of Copenhagen Zoo's restaurants and bistros. Try French dishes with an Asian twist at the Panda House, tuck into some local Danish food – such as open sandwiches – or savor some pastries. As you stroll around, be impressed by the architecture of the building. Check out the state-of-the-art panda house, which was designed by Bjarke Ingels Group, and the elephant house, which was designed by Norman Foster. From May to September, embark on a prehistoric adventure at Copenhagen Zoo's Dinosaur Park. Unleash your inner paleontologist and explore a world where colossal creatures roam. Join Pelle, Kaya, and the zookeeper for a captivating dinosaur show that's perfect for the entire family. Prepare for an experience with an extra bite, and make unforgettable memories as you meet the dinosaurs at the zoo — available until September 24. Don't miss this dino-mite opportunity!

Copenhagen: City Card with 40+ Attractions & Sightseeing Bus

4. Copenhagen: City Card with 40+ Attractions & Sightseeing Bus

Free access to more than 40 attractions in central Copenhagen Unlimited access to Stromma's Hop On - Hop Off buses (varies with season) Hop On - Hop Off buses include an audio-guide in 12 different languages The Official Copenhagen Card is 100% digital. Download the Copenhagen Card app on your smartphone and tap in the card code. After redeeming and activating the card you are ready to explore Copenhagen. Please be aware NOT to activate (swipe) the card before you are ready to start exploring. When you activate your card the hours start counting! You cannot use the Get Your Guide voucher as a valid card. It must be the activated Copenhagen Card in the Copenhagen Card app. With the Copenhagen Card-Hop you get unlimited transportation with the Hop On - Hop Off buses by Stromma around in Copenhagen from attraction to attraction. Three different bus routes take you around in Copenhagen, and it is up to you, which area you want to explore the first. You can hop on and off the buses as much as you like as long as your Copenhagen Card-Hop is valid. Please note that the Classic Copenhagen route runs daily all year around. Urban Green Copenhagen and Colorful Copenhagen bus routes are seasonal (everyday from May 5th-Sep 3rd, Friday-Sunday from March-May 4th and Sep-Dec). Enjoy activities like: Tivoli Gardens Canal Tours Copenhagen, Stromma The Round Tower Rosenborg Castle Christiansborg - The Royal Reception Rooms Copenhagen Zoo Amalienborg Palace The National Museum Christiansborg - Ruins Under Christiansborg Palace Church of Our Saviour Guinness World Records & The Mystic Exploratorium The Botanical Garden Ripley's Believe It or Not! & Hans Christian Andersen Experience Christiansborg - The Royal Kitchen Glyptoteket SMK - The National Gallery of Denmark Planetarium Danish Architecture Center Design Museum Denmark Christiansborg - The Royal Stables Netto Boats Museum of Copenhagen Cisternerne Copenhagen Train Tours Medical Museion The Museum of Danish Resistance Thorvaldsens Museum The Black Diamond Kunsthal Charlottenborg Copenhagen Contemporary Nikolaj Kunsthal The Workers Museum Solve a Mystery Storm – Museum for Humor and Satire Hop On - Hop Off Buses by Stromma Bakkehuset The Danish Jewish Museum Please note that opening hours can fluctuate over the year due to seasonality or special events. Approximately half of the included museums and attractions are closed on Mondays and several are also closed on public holidays. We recommend staying updated on the websites of the attractions. Furthermore, please note that a few attractions recommend that you pre-book a time slot.Copenhagen Card entitles the cardholder to one visit per attraction. Re-visits are not possible.Finally, please be aware that the attractions included in the Copenhagen Card are revised regularly. This means, e.g., that the National Aquarium (Den Blå Planet) is no longer included in the Copenhagen Card.

Copenhagen: 48-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Bus (All Lines)

5. Copenhagen: 48-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Bus (All Lines)

Access all 3 routes of the hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus in Copenhagen and see more of the city at your own pace in 48 hours! Discover the highlights of the Danish capital and learn more about the sights you will see from the on-board audio guide, available in 11 different languages. Hop on and off the bus at up to 31 stops to explore the attractions that interest you most. The open-top buses are equipped with free Wi-Fi so you can update your friends and family back home on your favorite social media sites as you tour. Take the Mermaid Tour route to landmarks such as the Amalienborg Palace, Rosenborg Castle, the 17th-century waterfront neighborhood of Nyhavn and the famous statue of the Little Mermaid. Jump on the Christiania Tour to explore the Freetown of Christiania, see the stunning Opera House, the Black Diamond building and the cozy district of Christianshavn. Join the Carlsberg Tour to access the fabulous Carlsberg Brewery and learn more about the famous beer. Go to Copenhagen Zoo, the attractive greenspace of Frederiksberg Garden and the amusement park of Tivoli Gardens.

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Top! I can only recommend buying this card. It's all worth it. You can visit all the great sights without much fanfare, and sometimes you don't even have to wait in the ticket queue (e.g. the zoo), etc. Anytime again!

Cannot recommend the Copenhagen Card highly enough. We did two days of activities and worked out that we saved ourselves over £280! If you go to Copenhagen, make sure you get the card!

Fantastic city and the card gives you the ability to travel around town and enter all tge attractions free of charge.

This card is a must in Copenhagen we done so many activities great value for money

Amazing zoo cool animals but be sure to give it a whole day