Yes, it does. The Copenhagen Card gives you access to 79 museums and attractions and unlimited public transport in Copenhagen capital region (zone 1-99), which includes Copenhagen Airport (zone 4).
Yes, the Copenhagen Card includes unlimited public transportation in the entire Copenhagen capital region (zone 1-99), which includes trains to Roskilde and Elsinore.
No, the Copenhagen Card is your ticket. Just remember to fill in date and time when you wish to start using your Copenhagen Card: DD.MM.YY - XX:XX
Yes, you can. You can buy it at the Service Information in T3 and at DSB in T3.
You should receive your voucher immediately. If you do not receive it, then please check your spam folder, as it might go in there. If it is still not there, contact copenhagenc....
The 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
Yes, you can bring two kids under the age of 10 per paying adult. That goes for attractions and transport.
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You can visit each attraction once per card day. Thus if you purchase a 120-hour card, you can visit ex Tivoli Gardens five times. You decide when you wish to place those five visits.
As long as your Copenhagen Card is valid, when you enter the attraction, get on the bus, train etc., then you are fine and can stay as long as you like/until the end of the ride. Please note that you cannot change bus, train etc. when the Copenhagen Card has expired.
• 24-hour card for DKK 389 / EUR 53
(DKK 199 / EUR 27 for children between 10-15 years)
• 48-hour card for DKK 549 / EUR 74
(DKK 279 / EUR 38 for children between 10-15 years)
• 72-hour card for DKK 659 / EUR 89
(DKK 329 / EUR 45 for children between 10-15 years)
• 120-hour card for DKK 889 / EUR 120
(DKK 449 / EUR 61 for children between 10-15 years)