QUICK GUIDE TO COPENHAGEN
Head to Nyhavn and take a boat tour on the canals and learn about the city’s history. Then check surrounding areas. Make stops at The Marble Church, Ameliaborg Palace, Black Diamond, Christianshavn, climb the stairs up Our Saviour’s Church and take in the views of Copenhagen from this baroque church in the Christianhavn area.
Make sure to pay a visit to the most famous of attractions in the city; of course the little mermaid. Also, note that a lot of places are free too. Botanical gardens, The Marble Church, Black Diamond and many others all have FREE entry too which work towards minimizing your expenses.
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Take A Tour of Copenhagen
Getting Around Copenhagen
The city is not that big, we used a few modes of transportation but mostly you can get around Copenhagen by walking. We also used the bus/tram a couple of times to get to and from our Airbnb. The only time we used the train was to get to and from the airport.
All really reliable and easy to use. You can either get 24-hour, 48-hour tickets and 7-day tickets too depending on how long your stay is. Depending which hotel you stay at in Copenhagen, they can also help you reserve a bike to rent. To see how expensive Copenhagen is, check out Yokomeshi’s post.