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When is the best time to fly to Copenhagen?

Compared to other Scandinavian countries, Denmark has more favourable temperatures that attract tourists from all over the world. Spring brings sunny days and cloudless skies, while summer starts in June and averages temperatures of 20 – 26 degrees Celsius. Autumn is a great time to visit, because the leaves lend a gorgeous golden colour to the city centre. The waters are a lot cooler in autumn, so do not plan on swimming if you visit then. Winter is cold, but not severe. Temperatures are quite likely to drop to the freezing mark, especially in February, but the frost rarely settles in the town.

What is the cheapest month to fly to Copenhagen?

In general, when booking your flight to Copenhagen, January is the cheapest month on average.

When is the best time to book a flight to Copenhagen?

From most locations, booking your flights to Copenhagen around 60 days prior to your departure date finds the best deals.

What is the cheapest day to depart on your flight to Copenhagen?

Most of our users find that booking their departure to Copenhagen on a Tuesday is the cheapest. Conversely, departing on a Sunday seems to be the most expensive.

What is the cheapest time of day to fly to Copenhagen?

Our data shows that the cheapest Copenhagen flights are usually those with afternoon departure times. morning flights are often costlier.

Which airlines fly to Copenhagen?

Direct international flights to Copenhagen from the UK include British Airways, SAS, Norwegian, Norwegian Air International, Ryanair, and EasyJet. Other airlines that offer international flights to Copenhagen with one or more stops include KLM, Lufthansa, Air France, Air Berlin, Swissair, Brussels Airlines, Finnair, Austrian Airlines, Vueling Airlines, Czech Airlines, Smart Wings, Iberia, Luxair, airBaltic, LOT, Air Serbia, Alitalia, Icelandair, and Atlantic Airways.

When is the best time to fly to Copenhagen?

Compared to other Scandinavian countries, Denmark has more favourable temperatures that attract tourists from all over the world. Spring brings sunny days and cloudless skies, while summer starts in June and averages temperatures of 20 – 26 degrees Celsius. Autumn is a great time to visit, because the leaves lend a gorgeous golden colour to the city centre. The waters are a lot cooler in autumn, so do not plan on swimming if you visit then. Winter is cold, but not severe. Temperatures are quite likely to drop to the freezing mark, especially in February, but the frost rarely settles in the town.

What are the visa and passport requirements when flying to Copenhagen?

UK Nationals UK citizens must have a passport, but no visa is required for up to 90 days. Passport endorsed British Citizens, European Communities, British Dependent Territories Citizens or British Subjects only need a passport. For foreign nationals, please check the Visit Denmark website.

How to get around in Copenhagen?

When using public transportation in Copenhagen, it is best to purchase a City Pass. The rates for the bus, train, and metro are the same; therefore, a City Pass offers 24 – 72 hours of travel. Adult passes are 80 – 200 kr and child passes are 40 – 100 kr. Bus Buses are the cheapest option for travel and you can get 1 hour of travel within the same zone. Most buses leave from Radhuspladsen or City Hall Square in the middle of the city. Copenhagen Metro The Copenhagen Metro runs from east-to-west and west-to-east in the city. It operates 24/7 with Metro trains running every 2 minutes during rush hour and every 15 minutes at night. S-Tog The S-Tog connects Central Station to the city suburbs. Tickets are priced the same as they are for buses, and you can transfer from a bus or metro line to an S-Tog line. Taxi Always flag a FRI or green light taxi and ensure they are metered before boarding. Tips are included in the meter fare and range from 19 – 32 kr per kilometre and the same rate for every 2/3 kilometre thereafter. Most taxi drivers speak English. Bicycle Rent a bike from Kobenhavns Cyklebors. Daily rates average 60 – 150 kr for a single day, but an additional deposit might be required.


Copenhagen flight deals found on momondo

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20 May
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8 Jun
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5 May
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11 Sep
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London Stansted
1h 45m
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London Stansted
easyJet
13 May
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20 May
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Manchester
easyJet
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London Gatwick
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Which airlines fly to Copenhagen?

Here you can see a selection of the most popular and cheapest airlines for flights to Copenhagen

Direct international flights to Copenhagen from the UK include British Airways, SAS, Norwegian, Norwegian Air International, Ryanair, and EasyJet. Other airlines that offer international flights to Copenhagen with one or more stops include KLM, Lufthansa, Air France, Air Berlin, Swissair, Brussels Airlines, Finnair, Austrian Airlines, Vueling Airlines, Czech Airlines, Smart Wings, Iberia, Luxair, airBaltic, LOT, Air Serbia, Alitalia, Icelandair, and Atlantic Airways.


How to get from the airport to Copenhagen city centre?

Below you will find all the airports in Copenhagen along with the distance from the city centre

Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup (CPH)

Metro

The metro is located at Terminal 3 and all trains go from the airport to Vanlose Station in city centre. Trains run every 4 – 6 minutes during the day and every 15 – 20 minutes at night. Single zone tickets cost 24 kr.

Train

The train is also accessible by Terminal 3, and there is a free shuttle that goes from Terminal 1 and 2 to Terminal 3. The trains run every 10 minutes to city centre and takes approximately 13 minutes. The train fare one-way is 24 kr.

Bus

Bus 5A goes to city centre and takes 30 – 35 minutes. Tickets can be purchased in Terminal 3 and the bus runs every 10 minutes. The cost is the same as the metro and the train.

Taxi

Taxis are expensive. You can get one at Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 and it will take you 20 minutes to reach city centre. The cost is approximately 250 – 300 kr.

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Popular routes to Copenhagen

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How to get around in Copenhagen?

When using public transportation in Copenhagen, it is best to purchase a City Pass. The rates for the bus, train, and metro are the same; therefore, a City Pass offers 24 – 72 hours of travel. Adult passes are 80 – 200 kr and child passes are 40 – 100 kr.

Bus

Buses are the cheapest option for travel and you can get 1 hour of travel within the same zone. Most buses leave from Radhuspladsen or City Hall Square in the middle of the city.

Copenhagen Metro

The Copenhagen Metro runs from east-to-west and west-to-east in the city. It operates 24/7 with Metro trains running every 2 minutes during rush hour and every 15 minutes at night.

S-Tog

The S-Tog connects Central Station to the city suburbs. Tickets are priced the same as they are for buses, and you can transfer from a bus or metro line to an S-Tog line.

Taxi

Always flag a FRI or green light taxi and ensure they are metered before boarding. Tips are included in the meter fare and range from 19 – 32 kr per kilometre and the same rate for every 2/3 kilometre thereafter. Most taxi drivers speak English.

Bicycle

Rent a bike from Kobenhavns Cyklebors. Daily rates average 60 – 150 kr for a single day, but an additional deposit might be required.


What are the visa and passport requirements when flying to Copenhagen?

UK Nationals

UK citizens must have a passport, but no visa is required for up to 90 days. Passport endorsed British Citizens, European Communities, British Dependent Territories Citizens or British Subjects only need a passport.

For foreign nationals, please check the Visit Denmark website.


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Additional info and tips about visiting Copenhagen

Things to do and Places of Interest in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is home to many sites, but some of the more notable include the Little Mermaid, which is a sculpture on Langelinje Pier. Another must-see attraction is Tivoli Gardens, which is an amusement park that all tourists love to explore. The Christiansborg Palace is breath-taking, and so is the famous Kronborg Castle. Visit the hippie village of Christiania, which was established in 1971. Nyhavn is the perfect place to spend a day on the water and explore the local atmosphere. Just leave your luggage somewhere safe (you can use a service like LuggageHero) in the center and then head to the plethora of museums and art galleries that should be on your itinerary, such as the National Gallery of Denmark or the Open Air Museum.

Tips and Tricks for Visiting Copenhagen

Danes are Generally Happy

You will notice that the Danish people are always happy and welcoming.

Watch for Cyclists

Whether walking, driving, or just crossing the street, be cautious about people riding their bikes. They are fast cyclists who can keep up with most vehicles in the city; and they do not readily stop for pedestrians.

Michelin Star Restaurants are Plentiful

You will find restaurants throughout Copenhagen with high Michelin Star ratings, including Noma and Relae.

Copenhagen is Eco-Friendly

Denmark is a country that is very particular about environmental awareness and responsibility. You will notice that most hotel rooms are eco-friendly, items are made from organic materials, and they practice high environmental standards.

Denmark Does Not Use the Euro

Many UK natives are surprised to find that Denmark uses the Danish krone and not the euro. Unlike many other parts of the world, bank notes in this country have pictures of bridges instead of famous people. When dining at restaurants, you can tip a minimal amount. Rounding up the amount for the tip is customary, while large tips are not usually expected.


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