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Copenhagen Card

Copenhagen Card Photo, Copenhagen, Denmark

If you're staying in Copenhagen for more than one day and plan to do some sightseeing, Copenhagen Card is a worthy expense that will pay for itself in a matter of hours.

Q:Okay... but what is it for?
A:Copenhagen Card gives the holder unlimited and free rides on the local trains and busses in Copenhagen, free entrance to many museums, galleries and tourist attractions and discounted entrance to many more. For example, if you find yourself in Helsingør, you can take a half-priced ferry ride to Helsinborg in Sweden. Or you can see Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum for free! Or you can get a 5 DKK discount for visiting the Louisiana Museum for moderne kunst (modern art)... Offers are endless and will satisfy any visitor, whether you're looking for art, history, design or relaxation.

Copenhagen Card comes in a variety of flavors and is valid for the number of hours indicated on the card: 24, 48 or 72. There are discounted cards available for children under 15. Prices range from 95 DKK (for a 24 hour child card) to 495 DKK (for a 72 hour adult card). Card is valid from the moment when it is first used (you will have to fill in the hour yourself).

You can purchase Copenhagen Card at the Wonderful Copenhagen Tourist Information located on Bernstorffsgade 1; at the Copenhagen International Airport (Information at Terminal 3) as well as major hotels and central train station.

For more information click on the link Things To See & Do on Wonderful Copenhagen's web-site or pick up a Copenhagen Card brochure at your hotel or tourist information bureau.

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