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Copenhagen: City Pass to 89 Attractions and Transportation

1. Copenhagen: City Pass to 89 Attractions and Transportation

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 • ENIGMA • The Museum of Danish Resistance • Elsinore Museum

Copenhagen: Danish Folk Legends Self-Guided Walking Tour

2. Copenhagen: Danish Folk Legends Self-Guided Walking Tour

The legendary creatures of Danish folklore are more than just the Little Mermaid immortalised by H. C. Andersen. The Danish bestiary also includes such monsters as man-eating trolls, dragons who hoard treasures and fight against bulls, the heraldic wild men depicted on the royal coat of arms and the strange creature known as the ”Sea Bishop”. Even the centre of Copenhagen that draws the most tourists and traffic is haunted by mythical beasts who are seen in statues, reliefs and artwork on buildings. Yet many of these monsters remain unknown to most visitors. You can, however, now fill this gap in your folkloric knowledge with this self-guided GPS audio tour. Download the HidDenmark Monstour VoiceMap unto your Smartphone. It will guide you on a journey from the Tivoli amusement park over the Copenhagen Stock Exchange to the canals, while narrating how weird tales of strange and terrible beings have shaped the capitol of the country.

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What people are saying about National Museum of Denmark

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 1,015 reviews

My family made good use of the card. One of the best parts of the card is the transportation- don’t have to buy tickets- just get on whichever mode you like and show the pass. It covered everything we wanted to do. Only thing I didn’t like was I had to go to the main station to trade the email given for the physical card. So I did have to pay to get there. Would be nice if could just show the email GetYourGuide sends to use to get there.

It’s very convenient for me as I live a little outside of CHP and most places I visited required a ticket. The card covered all my transportation costs and ticket fees. But there’re some attractions which are free to enter. So be sure to check the costs of your itinerary first.

Perfect if you want to get around fast and see as many sights as possible. All main sights are included (eg. Christiansborg castle, Frelsers Kirke, canal tour etc.). Which makes it easy to visit for a great deal. Can only recommend.

This card will save you tons of money. Free public transportation is definitely important when you visit Copenhagen. The free attractions were also great. I got to enjoy CPH at a very affordable price because of this card.

It was really nice that we had the card, otherwise we couldn’t see so many of Copenhagen, Hillerød and Helsingør during 72 hours.