This post provides details about how to save money on a variety of popular attractions, tours, and services in Copenhagen by using a tourist attraction discount pass.
If you’re planning to visit multiple attractions or take more than one tour while visiting Copenhagen, chances are you’ll save a lot of money using one of the tourist discount passes available in the city.
Depending on which service you choose and how you use it, you should be able to save at least 20% – 50% off general admission prices on a variety of fun things to do in the city.
Here are ten of the most popular tours, museums and other attractions included with these passes:
If you’re wondering how these services work, the following FAQ should answer a few of the more important questions.
There are currently two different options to choose from, and both are all-inclusive passes.
These services cover the price for dozens of activities and attractions that you can visit over the course of 1, 2, 3, or 5 days.
The idea behind a tourist pass is that you’re paying one flat price for access to multiple tours, landmarks, museums and other things to do in the city.
As long as you use the service for several different activities per day, you can easily save plenty of money with one of these passes.
The best way to save money with an all-inclusive pass is simply to use it for as many things as possible. The more you use the pass, the more money you’ll end up saving.
We recommend these tourist attraction discount passes for anyone who plans to enjoy 4-5 historic locations, museums, or tours each day.
At least one pass includes a public transport card, allowing you to use the buses, metro, trains and other means of getting around the city without paying for individual tickets.
The other pass covers the cost of a Hop on Hop off Bus Tour which will take you to dozens of popular landmarks and locations in Copenhagen.
This is one of two tourist attraction discount passes in the city, and it includes admission to more than 80 different attractions, tours, museums, and activities.
The Copenhagen Card can be purchased for either 1, 2, 3, or 5 days in a row, and you’ll pay less per day when you buy a longer pass.
In addition to all the attractions and activities included, this card also covers public transportation, allowing you to access the trains, buses, and metro in Copenhagen without worrying about individual tickets.
Here are some of the most popular services offered with this pass:
The Copenhagen Card also includes a variety of discounts on popular tours and at various restaurants in the city. Take a look at this list of just a few deals you’ll enjoy when using this tourist pass:
With a plethora of attractions and activities included at no extra charge and several great discounts on other services, the Copenhagen Card definitely provides a lot of value.
Here are the prices you can expect to pay per day:
As you can see, this is a pretty affordable attraction pass no matter which length you choose.
If you pick a 24-hour pass, you’ll need to use it for 4-5 activities before you save money, but you can take your time and be more selective with a 120-hour pass which is a great deal when used for 2-3 attractions per day.
Here’s an example of how you can get a great discount by using the 72 hour Copenhagen Card:
Total Value: 1589 DKK
Total Cost: 740 DKK
Total Savings: 849 DKK (53% off)
Of course, this example doesn’t even factor in the free public transportation or any of the additional discounts provided which would easily save you even more money!
The Copenhagen Card is great for almost every type of activity and attraction.
Whether you’re looking for something family-friendly or you’re more interested in learning about the history of this city, you’ll be able to use this pass to get great discounts on a variety of fun and interesting experiences.
This is the other major tourist pass in Copenhagen, and it works much the same way as its competitor. The main factors to consider are the services included.
One of the biggest differences is the fact that this pass does not include a public transportation card, so you’ll have to find another way to get around.
That said, it’s worth noting that the Copenhagen City Pass includes a Hop on Hop off Bus Tour which you can use to reach dozens of notable landmarks and other popular locations in the city.
With only 50 tours, museums and other attractions included, this service isn’t quite as extensive as the Copenhagen Card, but it is an interesting alternative with some activities that you won’t find on the other pass.
Here are a few of the most interesting attractions and tours included on this tourist pass:
Unfortunately, unlike their competitors, the Copenhagen City Pass does not include any additional discounts on extra tours or at various restaurants.
That said, you can still save quite a bit of money with this service and it covers the price of some activities that aren’t included with the Copenhagen Card.
You can expect to pay the following prices per day:
As you can see, the prices for this pass are similar to what you can expect from the Copenhagen Card. While that’s not a bad thing, it’s important to note that this service includes far fewer attractions and activities.
Although this pass does include some services not provided by their competitors (Hop on Hop off Bus Tour, CopenHill Ski Slope, etc), you’re ultimately paying the same price for less.
Even if that is true, you can still save quite a bit of money with this pass, and we’ll provide an example below to show you how the 3 days Copenhagen City Pass can be used to get great discounts.
Total Value: 1635 DKK
Total Cost: 760 DKK
Total Savings: 875 DKK (53% off)
While you may use the pass for different services, this example shows that you can save just as much with the Copenhagen City Pass as you can with the Copenhagen Card.
Ultimately, you should choose the tourist pass which offers each of the activities you want to enjoy.
If you’re more interested in Hop on Hop off Bus Tours or a trip to the CopenHill Ski Slope, this pass will be a must.
However, if you find that most of the things you want to do are included with both passes, either one should do the trick!
While Copenhagen tourist passes are a great way to save money on a variety of fun activities and attractions, you really need to use them for 4-5 services per day in order to get a good discount.
If you’re not interested in doing that much each day, combo packages are a great alternative which typically cover the cost of 2-3 tours, museums, or other popular sites with one flat price.
Here are a few of the more interesting combo deals available in Copenhagen: