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Basic info and car hire in Copenhagen

  • Location: Capital of Denmark (East coast)
  • Population: 1.3 million (January 2017)
  • Official language: Danish
  • Currency: Danish Kroner (DKK)
  • Weather: The highest temperatures are around 17°C (from June to October), and the lows are around 2°C. January is the coldest month.
  • Holidays in Copenhagen: For public holidays in Denmark click here »
  • Internet coverage: You don’t need to worry about the free internet. You can access free Wi-Fi in most cafés, hotels, rental apartments, bars and restaurants.
  • Road conditions: Great.
  • Car hire in Copenhagen: Car hire prices in Copenhagen are very reasonable. 7-day car rental will cost you from €15-20 per day on average. The price depends mostly on the size/category of the vehicle. Be sure to book four to eight weeks in advance to get the best price possible.

 

About Copenhagen

Copenhagen, a lovely capital city of Denmark, will charm you with its cobbled streets and colourful waterfront 17th century houses. But the charm does not stop there- go further and explore its countryside and city surroundings - a car hire at Copenhagen Airport will let you do just that. Denmark has also some truly nice beaches close to the Copenhagen coastline, so if travelling in summer, that will add for a nice Danish experience.

Copenhagen also prides with the title of being the happiest city in the world, and you can really spend a relaxed vacation, while still being busy exploring all that the city has on offer: dive deep into the Danish street culture in the Nyhavn, entertain yourself and your family with the amusement parks called the Tivoli Gardens, spend an afternoon in the art museum and climb the church towers to see the magnificent view over the city. You will not get bored in Copenhagen - its just the right combination of relaxed bar areas, picturesque architecture, art museums, and lively street life. 

Driving in Copenhagen

Although it's often said that Denmark is a country of cyclists, a car is still the most common form of transportation in Copenhagen. The main reason for this is that Copenhagen is so big that exploring it only on two wheels is just not possible. We’re sure you’ll use public transportation or bicycles to drive around the city centre (because of limited parking options), but otherwise, a car hire in Copenhagen is a very good idea.

When planning a trip to Copenhagen and exploring the car hire possibilities, keep in mind that in Denmark, you’ll drive on the right side of the road. If you prefer an automatic, be sure to check that option in the filters since cars with manual gear shifts are much more common.

Car parking possibilities in Copenhagen: There are enough parking options for your hired car in Copenhagen, however, the closer you’ll get to the city centre, the higher the prices. You can choose between parking lots and numerous garages. The parking zones are marked with four colours; The red one is the most expensive (in particular between 8AM-6PM). Cheaper options are (in price-decreasing order): Green, Blue, and Yellow.

Free parking options: On Sundays and during the holidays the parking is free—on all parking zones. On Saturdays, the parking is free after 5 PM. In Frederiksberg, the parking spots are purple. There you have 2 hours of parking for free. On Sundays and holidays, they’re free all the time. 

Drive your rental car around Copenhagen

Since Denmark has almost 7.400 km of coastline, (almost the same as Italy), you can expect a nice array of beaches. With a car hire at Copenhagen Airport or downtown you’ll feel free to explore all of them. No matter if you visit Copenhagen in the Winter or Summer, for sure, you’ll take your car beyond the capital and drive to see a few of them. The nearest to Copenhagen is Amager Beach. Another Blue Flag beach is Henne Strand Beach in the south-west of Jutland. Blue Flagged beach that is only an hour and a half away from Copenhagen is Bildsø Beach. You have to experience a romantic sunset there.

 

If you chose to see Kronborg Castle and experience a Hamlet play, drive to Helsingoer—which is a 50-minute drive away from Copenhagen city centre. When you'll there, proceed to the Hillerød. There, Frederiksborg Castle—a masterpiece from the 17th century—, and the Museum of National History are the most famous sites there.

What to see in Copenhagen

Young and young at heart will just love the Vesterbro area. There’s many bars, restaurants, shops and cute cobbled streets you can stroll. Nature lovers and families often turn to Tivoli Gardens, photographers and artistic souls adore the Galleri Bo Bjerggaard and Centre of Photography. If art is something you cherish the most, visit the Danish Architecture Centre, and Christianshavn and Holmen as well. The second super popular are—especially among families—is Østerbro. It’s full of parks, cafés and wonderful sandy beach. Fashionistas and foodies, you’ll love this place as well. Hire a car at Copenhagen Airport or downtown and explore this city even further.

 

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Young and young at heart will just love the Vesterbro area. There’s many bars, restaurants, shops and cute cobbled streets you can stroll. Nature lovers and families often turn to Tivoli Gardens, photographers and artistic souls adore the Galleri Bo Bjerggaard and Centre of Photography. If art is something you cherish the most, visit the Danish Architecture Centre, and Christianshavn and Holmen as well. The second super popular are—especially among families—is Østerbro. It’s full of parks, cafés and wonderful sandy beach. Fashionistas and foodies, you’ll love this place as well. Hire a car at Copenhagen Airport or downtown and explore this city even further.

 

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Where to eat, drink and party in Copenhagen

Nordic cuisine—especially the new wave—is known as one of the best. It's known for its fresh, vibrant and exotic components, minimalistic approach to the ingredients selection, and delicious taste. Even though the prices can be pretty steep, the experience is worth it. No matter if you chose Michelin Star-rated restaurants or a simple brasserie.

Foodies, if you’ll visit only one place, be sure to check Copenhagen Meatpacking District Food & Market.

Nordic cuisine—especially the new wave—is known as one of the best. It's known for its fresh, vibrant and exotic components, minimalistic approach to the ingredients selection, and delicious taste. Even though the prices can be pretty steep, the experience is worth it. No matter if you chose Michelin Star-rated restaurants or a simple brasserie.

Foodies, if you’ll visit only one place, be sure to check Copenhagen Meatpacking District Food & Market.

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