We will be in Copenhagen in two weeks and are considering using a Taxi or Uber. But am reluctant to use an unlicensed source such as Uber. Granted taxi drivers may not always be the best but, there are some oversight and controls. All comments and experiences are appreciated.
Somebody can help me to find cheap flat for rent in Copenhagen end of june for 3 night. Hotels are extremely expensive in Denmark. airbnb doesnt work for me. perhaps some local web-sites? or may be your friends can rent?
My husband and I will be visiting Copenhagen for the first time in late August and we will be staying one week. I'm in charge of finding a hotel, and my husband asked that we stay someplace where we could walk to several attractions. I have some hotels in mind but they are in three different neighborhoods: Tivoli/Radhuspladsen, Stroget/Inner City, or Nyhavn.
Ideally, we would prefer staying someplace that's not overly noisy at night (I realize this could be a lot to ask, but I thought I'd throw it out there anyway). Our interests are food & wine, museums and (for me) shopping. Any suggestions on which of the three neighborhoods would be a good fit in terms of proximity of restaurants, markets, cultural attractions?
If you have any specific hotel recommendations, I'd love to hear those as well.
Thanks in advance for your help!
I love having the opportunity to go out fishing in new and exciting places. Do you know of the best and most reasonahble fishing opportunity in Copenhagen, Denmark? I have heard that they have some quality Halibut fishing?
I'm going for 3.5 days and will have accommodation already paid for, as well as my copenhagen card which will cover my public transport and most of the things I do. I've heard that eating and drinking is very expensive over there, if I tried to stick to supermarkets and little shops and only ate out once or twice (lunches probably) and stopped for coffee and pastry once or twice, how much would that cost me? Are there any other expenses you are aware of? Perhaps things you highly recommend but are not covered by the card or hidden extra costs with some things?
I will be arriving Friday and want to know which of the Train or Metro or Bus is the best way to go from the airport to the central station. I am staying at the Imperial Hotel and want the shortest walk (with luggage) from the station to the hotel. Thanks for any suggestions.
We will be in Copenhagen May 1-3 and would like to see the Frilandsmuseet (Open-Air Museum).
What is the best way to get there with public transportation (bus or train)?
We're staying at the Imperial hotel near the station.
Thanks for any help given.
Are there any Flea, Car Boot or Antique markets in Copenhagen, that you can recommend near the center or near by? Or are there secondhand and antique stores? Thanks in advance, all comments are greatly appreciated.
Hello, we would like to ask about good coffee shops and affordable restaurants and cafes to visit while we are in Copenhagen.. Also we would like to meet local people who would be interested in guiding us on what to see and do while we are there.. We do not have a big budget and I am told it will be expensive in Copenhagen so we are open to any insider information... with gratitude.
We arrive at the airport and considering going by taxi or Train to Hotel Hebron Helgolandsgade 4, near Central Station? In June we are arriving in terminal 3 supposedly at 10:25am and have to meet some friends arriving on Delta terminal 2 at 11:05 am then going to the hotel. As we are not at all familiar with the CPH airport, all comments are greatly appreciated. Should we meet at the train departure station or at the taxi rank and what terminal? I understand the taxis are expensive but, are considering the walk for 4 of us with some but, not too much luggage.
I arrive from oslo DFDS viking ferry...need to get to tondergade vesterbro...have ,luggage and with my 70 yr mum who is totally fine walking but..taxi?
I would like to take the train from the CPH airport to the main train station in the city center.
My question is for large heavy luggage that cannot be picked up to put on the top luggage rack; Is there a service to check them with a porter. I know they will stick out in the aisle?
Any help on a check luggage service for the train would be helpful. Thank You
I will be travelling from Washington, DC, USA to Copenhagen with my 9 month old in May. My husband and I have never been to Denmark before so we have no idea about what to expect and where to stay. We would like to stay somewhere close the metro/train station so we can use the public transport to sight see. Indre by looks beautiful but I am not sure if it conveniently accessible via train. Also, I would like to take train from the airport to whichever place I stay.
I was wondering what Metro Station I would need coming from the airport to the Hotel D'Angleterre ?
I woild like to find traditional Danish foods to compare with the past such as Kringle, Medisterpølse, Pumpernickel bread, Frikadellen and Aebleskiver. Being raised in Racine, Wisconsin, USA which was predominantly Danish 100 years ago, and lived with my Danish grandparents, I want to compare what little we can get in Racine today with what is truely Danish. We can still buy fresh baked Kringle and Medisterpølse (though frozen) and just want to see how close it is to triditional. Please recommend restaurants near the city center. Also looking to find a good micro brewery. All input is greatly appreciated.
Is there an airport shuttle that will take me to the hotel in copenhagen?
I do not want to go to the train station but to my hotel (imperial) located near tivoli gardens.
Thanks for any help.
How much kroners will I need for two days stay in Copenhagen.
I'm going to Copenhagen for 5 days in march, and was just wondering how much money to take with me? I was thinking of taking around £ 500 which is around 4,700 DKK. Would this be enough?
I have already paid for flights and accommodation, so all my money would be for is food, attractions and maybe some shopping (if I have enough! )
Thanks very much for your help!
This spring we will visit Denmark and Copenhagen. We would like to stay there in a hostel for one or 2 nights for as cheap as possible, but still quite close to the city-center. We would like also to prepare some meals by ourselves, so there should be also a kitchen in the hostel.
Which hostel would be most suitable for us? We will appreciate all sugestions and answers. Thank you!
After four months spent in Boston, my girlfriend and I are heading back to France. We are having an eight hour transit in Copenhagen on Tuesday, from 11am to 7pm. We would like to visit the Danish capital as much as possible within this time. Therefore, could you please recommend us places to visit? Also, I've heard the city center is very close to the airport, would you recommend us to take a taxi or the public transportation?
Every tip or advice is more than welcome.
Thank you very much, Romain
I´ve heard sai you shouldn´t take photos in some street in Christiania. Is that still so? Is the place worth visiting anyway? And can I take photos elsewhere at area? Or is it only one street mostly?
We are arriving to Copenhagen at friday. Our flight back home comes at night at sunday, and person whose apartment we have rented at airbnb said we can keep the bags at there whole day. But the apartment is at Nörrebro and I just thought if there would be a place to leave the bags cheap at central. so we wouldn´t need to go back to get our bags.
I am driving to Copenhagen so I was looking at the maps what to expect..
Google maps give me to options one is E47 ( shorter) but there is ferry ride involved
and the other is via Odense, on the motorway but longer
Now I have been looking about the ferries on E47 but I can't find where I buy ticket and how much it is ( maybe I am looking wrong?)
Please San somebody shed light on this?
I am going to CPH ah in about two weeks for long weekend.
I decide to drive, so I need place to stay where is cheap or free parking nearby.
I have been looking for hotels and despite €160+ per night their parking is still expensive ( discounted is €27) for a day, which I think is really rip off.
Than I looked at hostels and the night in a 8 bed dorm is €42 with parking of €32 a day. Seems that CHP is very expensive one way or the other.
Any idea of reasonable accommodation with reasonable parking prices?
I don't mind if its not the centar, as long as its on a good bus/tram route to the city I am Ok.
Following previous VT'ers input we are looking for a good hotel close to the Central station, restaurants and pubs though, quiet and quiet rooms with NO room to room noise. It should be a minimum 3 Star. We had booked the Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers, 4 star and good price (500 DK less per night compared to BW Hotel Bebron) but it wasn't central. We see two Best Westerns; Hotel Hebron, Helgolandsgade 4 & Mercur Hotel, Vester Farimagsgade 17. Any comments on either of these two?
We stayed by the Central Station many years and the location was fine though, the hotel was noisy. We could hear the train noise below us (thru the hotel structure, not from the outside) and we were on the 4th floor. We want to avoid that hotel but, I don't recall the hotel name.. Thanks to all previous VT'ers comments and thanks in advance to all new comments.
(Apologies if I've already sent this - It hasn't showed up on the forum so I'm not sure if it has posted)
I'm visiting Copenhagen in February. Flights were cheap.
After looking around I've realised that it is the down season.
Is there anything good to do in February?
Hi, guys! As I can see, on the site of DSB, orange tickets are twice less expensive than standard ones, but on the day we need, some of trains had been sold out (for the end of November). Does it worth to buy tickets on-line now, so far in advance? And is it too expensive to buy tickets at cashier's desk on station before departure? (I'd prefer pre-reserved seats).
Thank you in advance, Lena
We are hiring a car in Copenhagen and are staying close to central station. What is the parking situation like? Is there free parking?
In Copenhagen where should one stay to be able to walk to see the area and be in a good location? We like to walk and want to be close to good transportation, restaurants/bars and the flavor of the city. We would take a city tour also. We were there years ago and stayed near the central train station and that was fine.
I may also rent a car to visit Horsens and Stouby, Vejlefjord to visit where my Ronsholt ancestors were from. We will be departing for a cruise after our stay.
I am coming to copenhagen later this year and would like to travel on the bridge to malmo and back.
is there a bus from the centre of copenhagen to malmo, what would the costs be and how would i book it