Below you can see some good suggestions to get away from the tourist places in Copenhagen. All places are within bicycle distance or at most an hour by bus or train.
In addition, you can see if you can travel for free if you have Copenhagen Card or Copenhagen Citypass.
20 min by S-train from the city centre. You can bike the way out there, but it is rather boring along a road with heavy traffic. Take the train.
20 min by S-train from the city centre or one hour bike trip along the beautiful beach road (Strandvejen), and take the S-train back with your bike.
Just north of Copenhagen you will find Dyrehavsbakken - in short Bakken - which is the world's oldest amusement park.
The entrance is free!
The amusement park is located in a wonderful green area, where you find yourself surrounded by 400-year-old trees and almost 2,000 free range deer.
10 min by Metro from the city centre, or do as the Danes.... bike!
Amagerstrand Beach Park
A beach- in Copenhagen. It’s quite a serene place to go to, to escape the bustling city and constant rattling of bike chains. During the summer time, this beach is packed.
30 min by bus from the city centre. You can bike the way out there, but you have to bike home again. No train to Dragør
“Dragør Havn (Dragor Harbour) sits in the picturesque little town of Dragør, some 12 kilometers southeast of Copenhagen city, on Amager Island.
On the way to Dragør Harbour you will find this local grill bar. Take the bus or bike. It is 30 minutes from the City.
Bring your kids to see some flight take off and enjoy the local grill with various danish food. They also have a great playground for kids. So go here on a great summer day by bike and enjoy the family time.
Very close to Dybbølsbro Train Station. Walk or bike.
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