Copenhagen is a wonderful city, full of life and colors, it is worth visiting in winter as in summer. 3 days in Copenhagen you will not forget them easily and as always I will give you tips and tricks to make the most of this city.
HOW TO GET THERE:
The Danish capital is easily accessible through low-cost airlines, I chose Norwegian leaving from Barcelona, flight price 80 €, it is not easy to find flights for less than a weekend.
Once you arrive at the Airport you can reach the train by metro, bus or train.
HOW TO MOVE IN COPENHAGEN:
The metro and bus service covers all the major attractions of Copenhagen, try to use them as little as possible and walk, you will enjoy the city much more.
Metro works 24h on 24h and 7 days/week, there are various combinations and the Price depends on the area where you are.
72-hour City Pass costs DKK 200 = € 26
24-hour City Pass costs DKK 80 = € 10
WHAT TO SEE 3 DAYS IN COPENAGHEN:
- Tivoli gardens = entrance start from 95 DKK (17€ approx).
- Torvehallerne market = metro stop Nørreport.
- The Little Mermaid & the Langelinie
- Christiania = metro stop Christianshavn St., don’t take photos inside, is not a zoo.
- Amalienborg Palace = metro stop Kongens Nytorv, The changing of the guard is celebrated only when the queen is in the palace. Those days take place at 11:30 and last about half an hour.
Adults: 95 DKK / Copenhagen Card: free. Combined ticket Rosenborg + Amalienborg: 145 DKK.
- Kastellet = free entrance.
- Rosenborg Castle = metro stop Nørreport. Adults: 110 DKK / Copenhagen Card: free.
- Rundetaarn = metro stop Nørreport.
- Copenhagen Opera House = starting from 110 DKK, check here the calendar!
TIPS TIME!! Christmas and Halloween are the best time to visit Tivoli’s garden read here:
- Free Walking Tour of Copenhagen
- Canal Cruise
- Tivoli Gardens Ticket
- Free Walking Tour of Christianshavn
- Frederiksborg Castle Day Trip
- Kronborg Castle Day Trip
- Rosenborg Castle Guided Tour
- Hop-On Hop-Off Boat Tour
- Copenhagen Card
- Copenhagen Food Tour
WHERE TO EAT AND SLEEP:
I advise you to stay as much as possible in the center even if it is much more expensive, in my case was a group of 6 people it was impossible to find something that was low cost, so I chose to stay as close as possible to a meter but not in the center.
About the food, prepare your wallet, this city is very expensive, but there are so many interesting restaurants, for ex:
MAPS OF COPENAGHEN:
I hope was a pleasant journey and for more information, you know, write to me!! 🙂