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Taxis in Copenhagen

Taxis (taxa in Danish) can be ordered by telephone. You can also choose to take a taxi from a taxi stand or hail one in the street. A sign on the taxi’s roof will indicate whether it is for hire or not: if the sign is illuminated then the taxi is for...

Public transport in Copenhagen

Copenhagen offers various modes of public transport since busses, metros and trains operate both in and around the Danish capital. Metro stations can easily be recognised by the red ‘M’ logos outside the stations’ entrances. Copenhagen also has an ex...

Free bicycle rental in Copenhagen

Copenhagen has over 1300 free bicycles which are at the disposal of both residents and tourists alike. These bicycles are divided over 125 special bicycle parking spots from which you can collect one to explore the Danish capital. All you need is a 2...

Airport transit

The average journey time from Copenhagen Airport to the city centre is 13 minutes when travelling by train and 15 minutes when travelling by car. A train ticket will cost you approximately DKK 27/€3,60. With a 3-zone travelcard (the so-called ‘klippe...

Inspiring travel guide for your Copenhagen city break

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