You have just arrived in Copenhagen and would like to go around in the easiest and perhaps also cheapest way. Public transport in Copenhagen can be a bit of a jungle to find around.
Cph Guide shows you how to get the best and cheapest transport in Copenhagen.
If you have plans to go to museums, for instance a trip to the amusement park Tivoli, get on canal tour in Nyhavn or experience the feel of Hamlet’s Kronborg Castle in Helsingør, then you can advantageously buy a Copenhagen Card.
In addition to access to public transport in the capital’s bus, S-train, metro, harbor buses and regional trains, the card also provides access to a wealth of attractions in the capital. Tickets for public bus, train and metro can be purchased via the DOT app, in addition to ticket machines at train stations.
If you do not plan to visit a few attractions, then you can advantageously buy a Copenhagen Pass, which gives access to all public transports in the metropolitan area from the zones 1-99.
However, you can also choose to do as most locals – rent a bike. Here it is recommended to look for the white electric city bikes (Bycyklen) that can be rented on minute basis.
You can also rent a Donkey Bike through an app. The bikes cost from which are known for their orange color. It costs dkk 50 for two hours and becomes cheaper, the longer you rent the bike
We can also recomend you to rent a bike from the many bicycle shops in the city, who like to rent somewhere between dkk 50 to 120 kroner a day, depending on the quality of the bike.