Tourists in Copenhagen have various choices as to the way they want to tour the Danish capital. They can walk around, join a Copenhagen bike tour, drive around or just ride around. The last option is perhaps the most convenient as all you have to do is sit comfortably and view the great attractions in the city. And you can do this by taking the CityCirkel bus.
The CityCirkel bus no. 11 is called as such because it runs on a circular one-way bus route in the central part of the city. First introduced in Copenhagen only, the bus is a small vehicle that seats around seven people. It is actually meant for a sightseeing tour of Copenhagen that takes about an hour and runs all day. Although it has its own bus stops, this CityCirkel bus can also stop at the regular bus stops when necessary. Sights you can visit using this eco friendly bus are the Tivoli Gardens, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, The National Museum, the Thorvaldsen Museum, Christiansborg Castle, Straedet, Stroeget, the Royal Theater, Nyhavn, the Royal Danish Playhouse and the Amelienborg Palace among many others.
It’s not only convenient but very affordable as well. Riding on this public transport also means you’re helping the environment. It is because the electric bus runs on batteries with no carbon emissions to be concerned about. The batteries are normally charged at night so that the buses can run the entire day. And since it’s a small bus, it has the ability to go through narrow streets such as those in the Old Town.
This electric bus traverses its routes every seven minutes giving tourists every chance to hop on and visit their favorite attractions. Tickets and cards used are the same as that of the other public transportation in Copenhagen. Eventually, the city government plans to let tourists ride on this electric bus at no charge at all.