Traveling to other countries and cities is easy and cheap by bus. Often it is half the price or even less compared to train tickets. Unfortunately Copenhagen has a really poor information system for international buses. So here is some basic information:
Mostly all international buses (flixbus, eurolines, nettbus, swebus, ...) start behind the central station at Ingerslevsgade (opposite DGI Byen).
Please note that only Eurolines and Flixbus have a sales point in Copenhagen. Tickets to all other…
I have returned to Denmark after having worked many years abroad. My local network is still very limited and I like to meet new people, even if you are just on a holiday in Denmark it could be fun to connect.
So, if you are visting the Aabenraa/Soenderborg area from around December 15th. - December 23rd. 2016 then contact me so we can arrange a local "julefrokost" Christmas lunch.
I would suggest Benniksgaard Hotel but if you have different preference then I am open to suggestions.
It appears we have the choice of three ferry carriers between Denmark to Norway from Hirtshals. Any recommendation? We'll have a car. None of us like really long ferry rides. So, the shortest routes appear to be to Kristiansand or Larvik. Last, how important is it to book in advance?
We just spent a vacation in Denmark with our kids - ages 10 and 12 - and had such a wonderful time that I wanted to share our itinerary. In general it was just a really easy and pleasant place to travel - we did not rent a car, and did not miss it, everyone (everyone) spoke English, it was easy to find food that the kids would eat, the weather was mild and pleasant, there were many kid-friendly sights.
We spent four days in Copenhagen, four days biking around on the island of Bornholm, and our…
If you have been dreaming of having a lunch meal at Noma,
an infamous "top 50" restaurant in the world, and you will be in
Copenhagen on Sept. 21st (a Wednesday), please do get in touch!
I was able to get a reservation for a 4-person table, and am looking for
3 others who would be willing to share my reserved table
(everyone will be paying for their own meals/drinks, of course :)).
I will be traveling from California, on vacation -- and have had some wonderful meals and restaurant…
I bought City Pass for 24 hours but I need travel to Zone 51 by S-train. Can I buy single ticket for only 3 zones and use City Pass for the rest of the road?
In a few days I'm connecting at Copenhagen Airport. I fly in at 1125 on Ryanair, then out on British Airways at 1630, so have around 5 hours assuming the flights are on time.
I've been to Copenhagen before, and am back in a few weeks to visit my cousin in the city, so am looking for something to entertain me for a few hours near the airport. Weather forecast is good (sunny, highs of 20c).
Are there any bike hire places within walking distance of the airport? Or failing that, any…
Im looking for somewhere to leave luggage close to Nørreport (Nørreport is conveniently location between drop-off point from shuttle from DFDS from Oslo and the metro towards the airport)
I know there are luggage storage facilities at København H, but are there anything close to Nørreport?
Though Copenhagen is sometimes billed the food capital of Scandinavia, tourists often have a hard time finding a good restaurant without breaking the bank.
Here are some tips for good/interesting/affordable eateries neighborhood for neighborhood;
The city center:
Like most of other big cities, the downtown area of Copenhagen is full of tourist traps that serve appalling food. Especially Strøget and The Twon Hall Sqaure are places to avoid when you ant to load up your stomach. But of course…