Copenhagen on two wheels
If you want to see a capital city on two wheels Copenhagen is the perfect spot. The city is built for cyclists and you might even see more bikes than cars in the city center. 1/3 of the Copenhagen inhabitants commute to work by bicycle and it is not unusual to see people in suits while effortlessly pedalling past. You can visit places like Amager Beach, Louisiana museum, Viking Ship musum, Frederiksborg Castle, Kronborg Castle and Dragør. These are only some of the places you can visit. For more information go to the Visit Denmark Website
Bringing a bike on the metro'
When you pay for an S-train ride in Copenhagen, you can take your bike along with you. If youd like to take your bike along on the regional trains around Copenhagen or on the metro, you'll need to buy an extra bike ticket, as well as your fare! You can find out more about this at the station.
Built for bike lanes
Copenhagen is covered by 350km of cycle paths and lanes which are raised from the road and really safe to cycle on. Some city junctions even have flashing lights when cyclists approach to warn drivers before they turn.
The world’s best cycle city
For two years running, Copenhagen has been voted the best cycle city by US sustainability experts Treehugger. Copenhagen excels because of its many, broad and widely-used cycle lanes. As well as that, it’s only a short ride north or south of the city to fantastic beaches, forests, parkland and other attractions
Trips around Copenhagen
So many things are accessible by bike in Copenhagen. Below you will find some examples of tips for possible day trips. Amager Beach, Jægersborg Deer Park, Bellevue Beach, Rungstedlund, Louisiana, Krongborg Castle, Frederiksborg Castle, Viking Ship Museum, Arken, Dragør and many more..