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Visit Copenhagen and you’ll understand why the song ‘Wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen’ is so appropriate. Over 2 million people live in the metropolitan area of Copenhagen, which is located on the eastern coast of the island of Zeeland.
As the capital city of Denmark, it’s a thriving and buzzing metropolis that has much to offer for both residents and tourists alike. With over 120 hotels and almost 900 other places to stay, you’ll be guaranteed a wonderful trip, no matter which time of year you visit.
The main airport for arrivals to both Copenhagen and Malmo in Sweden, Copenhagen Airport is located around 8 kilometres or 5 miles outside of the city.
Rent A Bus Copenhagen make it easy for you to get from the airport to the centre of the city by way of our affordable airport transfers in our fleet of modern buses and coaches.
Contact us now to find out more about our bus transfers or to book our bus shuttles in Copenhagen.
The city itself dates back to 1043, meaning that it has many historic landmarks, buildings and museums to explore, with perhaps the most iconic of these being the much-photographed statue of The Little Mermaid.
A tribute to the famous writer, Hans Christian Anderson, The Little Mermaid was formed in bronze by Danish sculptor Edvard Eriksen in 1913. Over one hundred years old, the statue is not only the most photographed statue in Denmark, but it attracts more than one million visitors every year.
While most of the main attractions of Copenhagen are in walking distance of the city, you may want to consider a sightseeing trip by bus. Rent A Bus can organise all kinds of coach hire in Copenhagen for groups of all sizes.
We’ll even provide a friendly and knowledgeable tour guide to give you all the information you need about this wonderful city from the Christiansborg Palace, the home of the Danish Parliament to how to keep safe in Christiania, plus they’ll let you into a few secrets too, including why Denmark has been voted the happiest country in the world!
Of course, no visitor should come to Copenhagen without visiting The Tivoli Gardens, snapping a photo of The Little Mermaid, or getting a selfie with the royal guards at Amalienborg Palace. However, there’s far more to explore in this intriguing city.
Whether you’ve made your own way to the Freetown of Christiania, or you’ve chosen to hire a coach in Copenhagen via Rent A Bus to transport your group there, you’ll find that there’s a quieter and more peaceful side to this controversial area. There are walking trails behind the lake and plenty of cafes for a leisurely coffee, together with workshops and perfect examples of traditional houses.
For a relaxing afternoon, take a trip down the picturesque cobbled streets at Overgarden neden Vandet and Overgaden oven Vandet which run alongside the canals. It’s the perfect place to people watch, rent rowing boats and admire the yachts and houseboats. You’ll also find a myriad of passages and alleyways in the old centre of the city that are just waiting to be explored.
When it’s time for a coffee, head to The Meatpacking District just by the cobbled square of Halmtorvet in Vesterbro. Here you’ll find plenty of places to stop off to eat and drink in one of the trendiest areas in the city.
Art lovers may want to seek out the Cisternerne in Sondermarken. Located next to the Frederiksberg Gardens, Cisternerne is a museum based underground with a fantastic display of modern glass art from both Danish artists and artists from around the world.
When it comes to bus and coach hire in Copenhagen, nobody does it quite like Rent A Bus. We offer a fleet of modern coaches, minibuses and limousines together with friendly guides to ensure that you make the most of your visit to Copenhagen.
Contact us now to find out more or to make your booking.