With so many things to do in Copenhagen, it can be easy to feel like you’re missing out. Take a look at our travel guide before you fly to make sure you know all the best bars, attractions, restaurants and hotels in Copenhagen.
Copenhagen has some of the most efficient and reliable public transport systems in the world, so you’ll never be short of options when travelling around the city. There’s a choice of trains, metros, buses and water buses to take you from A to B and they run every 3 to 10 minutes throughout the day and night, 7 days a week. Just walk to your closest stop; it will never be far away! We’d recommend purchasing a Copenhagen card or Citypass to give you paid access to all means of public transport for the entirety of your visit - you won’t have to worry about having change for the bus all the time!
Copenhagen can be chilly all year round, with the average temperature in the summer months just 17°C (63°F) and the winter months seeing an average temperature of just 0°C (32°F), so you’ll need to wrap up warm! Make sure you take an umbrella on your travels, because on average it rains about 15 days a month!
*All amounts are in BHD. Taxes and carrier surcharges included. No booking fee applicable.