Renting a bicycle is a good idea, whether touring Copenhagen’s city centre or planning a trip outside town. You can bring your bicycle on the metro outside rush hours (7-9 and 15.30-17.30) and urban trains (S trains) too, but remember you will have to purchase an extra ticket for the bike. Copenhagen no longer offers free city bikes but there are plenty of rental shops and most hotels and hostels provide bicycle hire.
A great way to explore pedal-happy Copenhagen is to ‘Bike with Mike’. Tours include ‘The Unplugged Tour’ with pedal-powered urban exploration. And the ‘Midnight Ridazz Tour’ that lets you enjoy the late-night buzz of the city.
Experience Copenhagen’s most famous sights on guided biking tours well as the lesser-known parts of the city’s lively historic neighbourhoods.
Lean back and enjoy the trip! Discover the sights of central Copenhagen from a pedicab. With a fleet of 80 rickshaws, Copenhagen Rickshaw is now the largest bicycle taxi company in Copenhagen.
Discover Copenhagen’s major tourist sights on guided tours, which are offered in French, German, Spanish, Italian and Hebrew.
Denmark’s first culture centre for cycling features a ‘bicycle library’ where Copenhagen residents can borrow cargo bikes. Have a chat with the ‘librarian’ and hear more about this innovative centre.