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Go to the big city within 30 minutes.

The city offers many attractions and must-try experiences – see a selection of them below.

Departure by train:

Find your next departure to Copenhagen here or ask us at the reception. There are S-trains (A line) from Hillerød station directly to Nørreport approx. every 10 minutes. during daytime hours and approximately every 20 minutes. in the evening hours. The train also runs all night on Friday and Saturday between 00:00-06:00. It’s free to bring your bike on the train.

Copenhagen Card:

You can save a lot of money by buying a Copenhagen Card, which offers free transportation and free entry to 87 attractions and museums. You can bring 2 children under 12 years old for free.
Prices range from 479 DKK (EUR 64) to 545 DKK (EUR 73).

Attractions and experiences in Copenhagen:

Strøget: visit the famous shopping pedestrian street with its over 1 kilometer long stretch of shops.

The King’s Garden: is Denmark’s oldest royal garden and was laid out in Renaissance style by Christian IV in the early 1600s. It is also the most used park in Copenhagen.

Botanical Garden: is an outdoor museum with Denmark’s largest collection of living plants.

The Little Mermaid: is a sculpture that stands at Langelinje in Copenhagen. It was a gift from Carl Jacobsen to the City of Copenhagen.

Tivoli: is an amusement park in Copenhagen, offering wild rides, fine dining and great concerts.

The zoo: is one of Europe’s oldest zoos with 11 hectares. When you visit the garden you can see more than 4000 fascinating animals from all over the world.

The Blue Planet: is a display aquarium and actually the largest aquarium in Northern Europe.

SMK: is Denmark’s national gallery and main museum for visual arts. Here you’ll find more than 700 years of art and art history.

Amalienborg: is the residence of the royal family in Copenhagen and consists of four identical mansions.

The Round Tower: is a 41.55 meter high tower and was built in 1642 by Christian IV as an astronomical observatory.

The glyptotheque: is an impressive art museum that features marble bodies, paintings, mummies and a Mediterranean atmosphere.