Parking in Copenhagen can be quite tricky – and expensive - if you don’t pay attention.
The city is divided up into three zones: red, blue and green with different rules and prices.
A general rule is: the closer you are to the city center, the more expensive it is. You have to pay a parking fee from Monday morning at 08:00 till Saturday afternoon at 17:00. Prices vary from DKK 10 to DKK 29 an hour. Parking is free on Sundays.
Besides these rules there are also private parking lots and car parks with their own rules and prices. So be alert.
If you do not want to spend money on a parking fee in Copenhagen, you could buy a Copenhagen Card where you will get free transport by train, bus and Metro.
Carpark Gammel Mønt is part of Berlingske block - a major media house.
Matthewsgade parking is located on Vesterbro just below Toves Gallery.
Nykredit parking is situated right by the Nykredit building and next to the Marriott Hotel on Kalvebod Brygge.
Copenhagen Airport offers parking around the clock. You can choose between 3 types of parking: Budget, Standard and Direct. The closer you want to park to the terminals, the more expensive it is.
Q-Park Adelgade is located close to Kongens Nytorv, Kongens Have, Nyhavn og Strøget (pedestrian street).
Carpark right next to Amalienborg and close to Kongens Nytorv - King's New Square.
Q-Park Illum is located underneath Illum department store in the center of the city.
Park at Magasin and be close to shopping and the city's attractions.
Parking right by the market halles - Torvehallerne - and Nørreport Station.
Q-Park Vesterport is located right by Vesterport and within walking distance to City Hall Square, Tivoli and Meatpacking District.
Saga P-hus - carpark - is located in the heart of Vesterbro.
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