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With excellent food, beer and culture, it's no wonder Copenhagen is one of the must-visit destinations in Europe. Check out Webjet's latest deals, find the perfect flight for your budget and get ready to explore the City of Spires.
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The Cost of Visiting
After you've booked your flights to Copenhagen, cut costs by staying at a hotel that offers a free breakfast. When it comes to lunch and dinner, you can expect to pay around $10 AUD for a sandwich and a meal at a restaurant will cost between $21 to 28 AUD.
The best way to get around Copenhagen is with the city's public transport system. You can buy a single ticket for between $5.64 to 23.27 AUD. What most travellers who purchase tickets to Copenhagen don't know is that you can also buy a 24-hour City Pass or a ten trip ticket. Both options will help you save on transport costs while in the city.
For budget travellers booking cheap flights to Copenhagen, you can expect to pay around $23 AUD for a shared dorm. Prive rooms at decent hostels start at $126 AUD. Budget to mid-range hotels cost between $140 to $200 AUD per night. You can also choose to stay in rental apartments if you're booking return flights to Copenhagen as a group. It's an affordable option, and you'll be able to save money by cooking your own food.
Top Things to Do and See With Plane Tickets to Copenhagen
The Tivoli Gardens are one of the top reasons people buy flights to Copenhagen. It's the inspiration behind Walt Disney's theme parks, and gardens first opened their doors in 1843. With more than 20 attractions, it's the perfect outing for travelling families, especially over Christmas when it's turned into a winter wonderland.
If Europe's royal families fascinate you, make your way to the island of Stosholmen. It's where you'll find the Christiansborg Palace that is the home of Denmark's Parliament, Supreme Court, and the Prime Minister's Office. Once you've bought your airfare to Copenhagen, think about purchasing the city's tourist card for free entry into the palace.
The Little Mermaid
The Little Mermaid statue is one of the most famous landmarks in Denmark. Each year, people book their flights to Copenhagen and head to the waterfront to take a photo of the iconic statue. It's a must visit for everyone who grew up with Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales.
Public Transport and How to Get Around
The best way to get around Copenhagen is on foot. The city is walkable, and you'll be able to see a lot without wandering too far. However, if you want to get around faster, you can also hire a bike. There are more than 2,000 bicycles in the city as part of Copenhagen's bike-share program.
If you're planning on using the city's extensive public transport system, buy the Copenhagen Card as soon as your flights to Copenhagen land. You'll get free rides on the buses, metro, and trains. One of the best parts about travelling to Copenhagen is that the buses and metro are available 24 hours a day, making it easy to get from Copenhagen Airport (CPH) to your hotel, no matter what time your flight arrives.
If you want more freedom getting around Copenhagen or you have a few day trips planned, hire a car at Copenhagen Airport (CPH). You can choose a vehicle once your flights to Copenhagen arrive or use Webjet's pre-booking service to make sure your vehicle of choice is available.
If you're arriving at Copenhagen Airport (CPH) with a lot of bags or you're travelling in a group, it's easier to take a metered taxi to your hotel. A ride from the airport into the city will cost on average $60 AUD.
Major Events and Festivals
Roskilde Festival is one of the largest cultural festivals in Europe. It hosts nearly 200 bands each year over four days. The event usually takes place at the end of June, during high season in the country. If you want to attend, be sure to book your flights to Copenhagen and accommodation well in advance.
Copenhagen Jazz Festival
Copenhagen Jazz Festival attracts more than 250,000 people each year and is one of the city's oldest music events. You'll find events taking place in concert halls, jazz clubs and squares all over the city. With such a huge attendance, flights to Copenhagen are expensive if you leave your booking to the last minute.
Copenhagen Pride takes place every year in August. The event is a massive celebration of the city's LGBT community, and many use it as an opportunity to bring attention to LGBT issues. It attracts travellers from all over the world who buy flights to Copenhagen to take part in the week-long event.