Help needed. I intend to make a trip on Metro line 1 from Norreport to Kongads Nytorv, then catch a 1a bus to Esplanaden, which will take about 20 minutes, have a look at the kastellet and the gefion fountain and then go to catch the harbour bus down to Nyhavn. Can anyone tell me, if I board the harbour bus within an hour of starting out at Norreport, will I be able to use the same 2 zone ticket to cover this entire journey. Thank you in advance for any help with this.
I'm a student that's going to spend about 5 months in Copenhagen. I've done my research and I know I want to stay in either Norrebro, Vesterbro or Frederiksberg areas, but finding accommodation for that time-length is difficult.
Does anyone know of good websites and whether posters on these websites can be trusted to provide good lodgings (i.e. probability of scams)? Or if anyone is from Denmark and knows of people who are renting out until December please contact me!
Does anyone know about organic burgers available at a hot dog stand near the round tower on Kobmagersgade. I can see the stand on street view. Can anyone confirm if the stand is still operating from this location, If it has moved, to where. Many thanks to anyone taking the time to respond.
Hello My Friends, I am visiting your city for the first time in 2 weeks and plan on spending 3 nights (Thursday, Friday, Saturday). I plan on renting an apartment and can stay anywhere in the city. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance
What are the Transportation options from CPH airport to cruise terminal and from cruise terminal to CPH airport. I am going on a Princess Cruise ship to Scnadinavia/Baltic.
How far is the airport to cruise terminal and how much is taxi fare?
Hi - forgive me for asking a question that is not strictly about travel. A classmate is going to be doing an internship at WHO Europe office in Copenhagen and is desperately searching for accommodation for June, July & August. The internship is unpaid and since she is already stretching her finances (she's from Lithuania and studying in Sweden) she is getting anxious. Any suggestions welcome. She is a delightful young woman & I hate to see this opportunity turn into a nightmare for her as she struggles to find a place to stay she can afford. Thanks in advance for any help you can offer.
We are travelling on the DFDS ferry to Esbjerg in May, and will be continuing to Copenhagen by train, but have hit a brick wall trying to find out how to get from the boat to the station. 1) Is there a regular bus, or is it a taxi that is needed? 2) Which station in Esbjerg should we use, as all the rail websites list several. 3) DFDS themselves seem curiously ignorant on the subject, as they no longer sell the necessary tickets. 4) Is there a "connecting" boat train, or do we guess at the timetable? We are experienced travellers, but are having great trouble in unravelling this one. Has anyone else done this journey? Thanks
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