Plan your trip to Copenhagen

Photo:Daniel Rasmussen&Julia Lindemalm

Check out our new podcast: Insider's Guide to Copenhagen

Podcast Connie-Connie

Photo:Mellanie Gandø

Whether you're a Copenhagen local or visiting, you will discover plenty of new spots in this podcast! Radio and television host Esben Bjerre joins different Copenhageners in their favourite activities, places to eat, where they bring their friends, and many hidden gems around the city.

Listen to all episodes.

All about public transport in Copenhagen

Useful information on public transport, bus lines, metro, trains, zones, tickets, etc. Get familiar with Copenhagen's smooth and effective public transport as you arrive at the airport. From here, the city centre is only a 12 minutes metro ride away. 

Metro Orient Kaj

How to get around in Copenhagen

Photo: Daniel Rasmussen

Need help planning your trip?

If you're struggling to figure out the best way to get from A to B, you can plan your trip with a few, easy clicks at Journey Planner. Simple type in your point of departure (address, station, or bus stop) together with your destination and time of departure. Easy.

Save money with a Copenhagen Card

With a Copenhagen Card in hand, you can visit all 87 attractions included in the card and use public transportation for free throughout the whole capital region.The Copenhagen Card is available as a 24-, 48-, 72-, 96-, or 120-hours card both for adults and children

Copenhagen Card

Copenhagen Card

Photo: Lukas Bukoven

Copenhagen is buzzing all year around

Whether you're looking for a vibrant summer vibe, colourful autumn, cosy winter or beautiful spring - Copenhagen is incredible no matter the time of year.

The Black Square in Superkilen Park in Nørrebro, Copenhagen.


Restaurant Undici in Christianshavn


Kunsthal Charlottenborg in autumn colours


Frozen canal | Daniel Jensen