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Copenhagen: City Pass to 89 Attractions and Transportation

Activity provider: Wonderful Copenhagen

Copenhagen: City Pass to 89 Attractions and Transportation

Activity provider: Wonderful Copenhagen

From US$ 60.57 per person

See the sights of Copenhagen at your own pace and enjoy free entrance to 89 attractions. Choose a card to suit your needs (24 to 120 hours) and save time and money while exploring the Danish capital.

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Duration 2 days
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  • Save time and money with a Copenhagen Card
  • Enjoy free entrance to 89 museums and attractions
  • See Copenhagen from its waterways on a canal cruise
  • Take advantage of free public transportation in the entire Copenhagen region
  • Travel to and from the airport on public transportation, saving you hassle
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Get your personal passport to Copenhagen with a Copenhagen City Card and enjoy free entrance to 89 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. Get from site to site with free and unlimited use of the transportation system, including city buses, trains 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 • Canal Tours (Grand 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 • The Round Tower • Christianborg - The Royal Reception Rooms • The National Museum • Kronborg Castle • Copenhagen Zoo

In the coming season, April 1, 2022 – March 31, 2023, there are 89 attractions included in the card. Seven new or returning attractions are also now included:

Casino Marienlyst

Casino Vesterport

The Cisterns

Design Museum Denmark


The Museum of Danish Resistance

Elsinore Museum

  • Free entrance to 89 museums and attractions
  • Each adult card includes free cards for 2 children (age 3 - 11)
  • Free transportation by bus, metro, and train in the Copenhagen area

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    • The Copenhagen Card allows only 1 visit per attraction regardless of the card type
    • Each adult holding a Copenhagen Card can take up to 2 children with them between the ages of 0-11. Children between 3-11 must have their own kids cards
    • On Mondays, many museums remain closed
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    4.7 /5

    based on 1287 reviews

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    The Copenhagen Pass is a good solution but you have to take it over 3 days for it to be profitable, It is very practical for transport and less for museums because it is not skip-the-line, you still have to do the queuing to get a ticket! Depending on the speed at which you visit the museums, this is not necessarily the best solution, you can also take a transport card and pay for admission to a museum, especially if you only see one per day. which is already good especially for large museums! A trip is not necessarily a marathon and culture is a consumer good!

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    August 1, 2022

    The card is definitely worth it. At first we were a little hesitant as it's quite expensive, but the discounts are really good. We saw more because we drove "here and there again". Important to know that entrance to Tivoli is free, but to use the rides you have to pay extra.

    August 1, 2022

    I chose the 72 hour card. In the end, I was able to save around €50.00 with the Copenhagen Card. But it also has to be said that you should plan to do several Copenhagen Card activities in the time available. Using public transport was also relaxed, because you could really use it spontaneously without wasting time and money unnecessarily at the ticket machine. I think the 24 and 48 hour tickets are only worthwhile if you really only plan to visit museums etc. Otherwise it is too little time and you don't save that much in the end. The purchase process via the GetYourGuide website was also very uncomplicated and everything went quickly and smoothly.

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    July 29, 2022

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