In May of this year, Mr. Selfish and I spent about three days in Copenhagen. Prior to planning this trip, I had no idea what was in Copenhagen – except for the Little Mermaid.
During my research, I discovered that Copenhagen has quite a few attractions and museums. I also learned that one could buy a Copenhagen Card for three days for about $80 USD per person. The Card covered about 70 museums and attractions, as well as the metro and the bus. It seemed quite pricey but as I continued my research, I found that everything in Copenhagen is expensive (for instance a draft beer is close to $9). I did the math and decided to buy the Card.
On Day 1, we went to the Danish Design Centre and Tivoli. Both would have cost $25 per person without the Copenhagen Card.