The Copenhagen Card is the most convenient and affordable way to experience Copenhagen. Visit world-class museums, take a cruise along the charming canals and explore the beautiful castles in and outside of Copenhagen. All for free - one visit per attraction.
Free public transport
With a Copenhagen Card in hand, you don’t have to worry about traffic zones and ticket prices, as you get unlimited travel on trains, buses, metro and harbor busses throughout the entire capital region, including to and from the airport.
Each adult card allows you to bring along two children under the age of 10 for free. The Copenhagen Card covers the admission fee on many attractions for kids, including The National Aquarium, Copenhagen Zoo, Tivoli and many more!
The Copenhagen Card also offers you many discounts for restaurants, bars, and sightseeing tours. Book a guided tour by foot or bike and enjoy dinner or lunch at a discount.
Guidebook and app
The Copenhagen Card comes with a guidebook, giving you an insight into the best sightseeing opportunities in the city. It provides brief descriptions of the top and lesser-known attractions and is full of useful visitor information: museum locations, how to get there and contact details, etc.
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From June 8, 2020 many museums and attractions will have different opening hours than usual, due to covid-19 (Corona) virus. Please check with the specific attraction.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, it does. Copenhagen Card covers all public transportation forms from/to Copenhagen Airport. You get free unlimited public transport in the Copenhagen region (zone 1-99), which includes Copenhagen Airport (zone 4).
With Copenhagen Card you can use Metro, red S-trains, Regional trains (coast line to Elsinore and train to Roskilde), buses, and harbour buses.
Yes, the Copenhagen Card includes unlimited public transportation in the entire Copenhagen region (zone 1-99), which includes trains to Roskilde and Elsinore.
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No, Copenhagen Card covers public transportation in the entire Copenhagen region (zone 1-99). Malmö is not part of the Copenhagen region and is not covered by the Copenhagen Card.
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A 24-hour Copenhagen Card is valid for 24 hours from the date and time you write on the card. I.e. if you write 14:00, it will be valid until 13:59 the next day. Remember to fill in the time you start using it on the card correctly: DD.MM.YY - XX:XX.
Note that the card is first activated when it is scanned at an attraction.
Yes, you can free of charge bring up to two kids under the age of 10 per paying adult. That goes for attractions and public transport.
You can get a free replacement card one time in case your card is lost or stolen. Replacement cannot be offered for Copenhagen Cards purchased on any site other than copenhagencard.com
Your free replacement card can be obtained in Copenhagen Visitor Service.