Going on a tour is not always easy. One has to book for flights, accommodations and tickets for various attractions and events. But there’s an easy way to tour the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen, any time of the year without having to worry about obtaining tickets to the city’s wonderful tourist attractions.
The CPHCard 2009 is your ticket to touring this great Scandinavian city without much fuss. The card is good for one year and allows the holder free entrance to art and cultural sites. Apart from being able to visit 60 museums, other attractions you can freely explore are the Tivoli Gardens, the Circus Musem and Museum Brede Vaerk.
And there’s more to this CPHCard other than getting free access to historical sites. By being a holder of this unique card, you can avail of discounts at several restaurants around Copenhagen and you get to ride the bus, train or Metro to anywhere in the Greater Copenhagen area absolutely free of charge. In addition, you will have the chance of your life to experience at a discounted rate a canal boat trip, rickshaw city cycles, sightseeing tour, car hire and ferry tickets.
Using this CPHCard is not that difficult because it comes with a guide that provides information on the free offers and discounts and tips for touring the city. Currently, there are two types of this card – the 24-hour card and the 72-hour card. The 24-hour card costs DKK 225 for adults aged 16 and above and DKK 115 for children 15 years and below. The 72-hour card is sold at DKK 450 for adults and DKK 225 for children. All are available at the airport, major train stations, hotels, hostels, campground, at the Wonderful Copenhagen’s Tourist Information Center just across the Tivoli Gardens main entrance, other tourist centers and online at the www.cphcard.com.
The CPHCard is ideal for families touring Copenhagen with their children. Parents with this card can get free access and discounted rates along with two children below 10 years old. Now that’s super value for your money.