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All the practical stuff that will help you off to the best possible trip to Copenhagen. Useful before and during your stay. Right here, you will find useful information and guidance on where to go for further assistance..

Basic need-to-know information

Find practical information on weather, currency, VAT, safety and much more when heading to Copenhagen.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Find answers to the most frequently asked questions about visiting Copenhagen.

Info on covid-19 (corona) virus

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to the covid-19 situation, the Danish authorities have closed the Danish borders by March 14, up until August 31, 2020 for all non-essential travel. However, the borders will open for travelers from Germany, Norway and Iceland on June 15, 2020.

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. 

A good night's sleep and a practical way to explore

Find accommodation matching your needs, and discover the possibilities of acquiring a Copenhagen Card which gives you free unlimited public transportation and admission to 80+ attractions.


Getting a good night's sleep is an important part of your holiday. Book one of our recommended hotels in Copenhagen, and you will be guaranteed the best base and service during your stay in Copenhagen.

Copenhagen Card

With the Copenhagen Card calculator you can quickly see how much you can save when visiting popular attractions.

Accessible Copenhagen: A guide for disabled travelers

Transport info and useful links to wheelchair rentals and other services

Authorised tourist information points

The city’s official tourist office, Copenhagen Visitor Service, is located close to Tivoli and Copenhagen Central Station, but there are also eight au...

Rules when driving an e-scooter

All over Copenhagen's public space you can find electric scooters of various brands. If you ride them, make sure to follow these rules.


Copenhagen is in general a safe city to visit. But just like in any other city, you should take certain precautions.