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Cheap Kars - Copenhagen flight tickets

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Flight Kars Copenhagen

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is not only the largest city in the country but also a centre of action. Most people who fly to Copenhagen land at Copenhagen-Kastrup Airport, which is eight kilometres from the city centre. Copenhagen is a Danish word and means trading port. The city that was founded as a fishing village is now the largest city. Copenhagen is on an island. It was not until the beginning of the 15th century that Copenhagen became a city and capital of the Kingdom of Denmark-Norway. Due to the high quality of life and prosperity, Copenhagen is the third most liveable city. Copenhagen is one of the best tourist cities in Northern Europe and is the 7th richest city in the world. In addition to historical buildings and museums, this city is also a centre of culture, finance and economy. Kars Copenhagen flights are among the most frequently booked international flights.

  • From the airport to the city centre

    People travelling to Copenhagen will land at Copenhagen-Kastrup Airport, which is close to the city centre. Another airport besides Kastrup Airport is Roskilde Airport. This is located 31 kilometres from Copenhagen. However, this airport is used for commercial flights and training flights. Subway, trains, buses and taxis are available for transportation from the airport to the city.


    Subways are right next to the third airport terminal and you don't need to worry about the lines as they all go in the same direction. Subways run every 4 to 6 minutes during the day and in the evening and every 15 to 20 minutes throughout the night.


    The trains also run next to the third airport terminal. A train runs every 10 minutes during the day and every hour during the night.


    Bus 5A takes passengers from the airport to the main train station. A bus runs every 20 minutes from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m.


    Taxis are located next to the first and third airport terminals, and they take passengers downtown in around 20 minutes. The ticket machines at the stations only accept coins and ATM cards.

    Copenhagen Card

    With the Copenhagen Card you can use public transport for free. 50 thousand people visit Copenhagen every day and if you want to look for plane tickets to Copenhagen from Copenhagen Kastrup Airport, you can check out the different offers from different airlines at different times on our website.

  • Sights in Copenhagen

    Copenhagen is a touristic city which, with its different places for all tastes, is very interesting. Most of the places worth seeing can be reached on foot. The history of Copenhagen dates back to 1043. There are also many museums, important buildings and historical points in Copenhagen. Those who want to enjoy the city and experience a unique tour can easily reserve Kars Copenhagen plane tickets.

    Little Mermaid

    This interesting sculpture, discovered in 1913, was a gift from the Danish beer maker Carl Jacobsen to the city of Copenhagen. The statue of the Little Mermaid made of bronze and granite was inspired by the fairy tale of the same name by the Danish poet Hans Christian Andersen. Carl Jacobsen was strongly convinced of the theatrical performance of this work and commissioned the sculptor Edvard Erikson to set up this sculpture. The statue offers visitors a pleasant welcome at the port of Copenhagen. Although she suffered from many attacks that resulted in her head being severed multiple times, she was restored each time.


    Nyhavn is one of the must-see places to visit on a Kars Copenhagen flight during the summer months. In the old days it was a port where ships parked. In the past, this area was home to bars, taverns, prostitutes, and sailors. Today Nyhavn is one of the most popular places in Copenhagen with its beautiful houses and elegant restaurants. Another feature of Nyhavn is that many of the houses on the pier are owned by famous actors. Hans Christian Andersen lived in a house, who with his stories is one of the most famous people in Denmark. Andersen lived in houses 20, 18 and 67.


    Strøget is one of the longest pedestrian streets in Europe. Everything from the world's most expensive brands to cheap stores is on this street. Strøget is the first stop in Denmark for those who want to shop and is also known for its street musicians. There are also many famous churches and historical sites on the cross streets of Strøget.

    Amalienborg Palace

    Amalienburg Palace was built in the 1700s and is one of the most beautiful works by the Danish architect Rococo. It consists of four similar buildings and in the middle is the statue of King Frederick V. One of the special features of the castle is the changing of the guard called Den Kongelige Livgarde. So if you are interested in architecture you should definitely visit this castle on the Kars Copenhagen trip.

    Tivoli Gardens

    The Tivoli Gardens and Amusement Park is just a few minutes' walk from the city center and is a place that all visitors to Copenhagen should see. The park was established in 1943 and over the years it has become an international tourist center. The park's secret is that it has something for everyone who visits this park. Tivoli Gardens Tour was selected as the best tour in Europe in 2014. In addition to the many activities in the park, it has a fairytale atmosphere with its exotic architecture and historical buildings. All over the world Kars Copenhagen flights are booked for this attraction.

    National Aquarium Denmark, Den Blå Planet (The Blue Planet)

    The Blue Planet is the largest aquarium in Northern Europe. This aquarium in Denmark offers a unique experience for both children and adults. In the Blue Planet, the visitor is surrounded by water, which gives him the unique feeling of being under water. In the aquarium, for example, there are sharks, catfish and eels that swim in 4 million litres of sea water. There are also lots of colorful fish in coral reefs. In addition to birds and butterflies, there are also anacondas and 300 piranhas in the Amazon.

    Round Tower (Rundetårn)

    This 17th century tower is the oldest observatory in Europe. The tower is still used today by amateur astronomers. The tower, as well as the observatory, also offers you an impressive view over the old town of Copenhagen.

    The Danish National Museum

    The museum is located in the Prinzenpalais. It has collections of works from the Stone Age, Middle Ages, Viking Age, Renaissance and modern Danish history. The museum exhibits valuable works such as the wife of Huldremose, the sun chariot from Trundholm and the girl from Egtved. Those interested in world history should book a Kars Copenhagen last-minute flight on our website and drive off.

  • What do you eat in Copenhagen?

    Since Denmark is a coastal country, most fish dishes are consumed here and in Copenhagen. The most popular fish is the salmon. The most consumed seafood after salmon is the shrimp called Rejer. Copenhagen cuisine spices up these dishes with different flavours. For gourmets, Kars Copenhagen flight is definitely advisable. Caviar is also one of the most widely consumed products. Lobster is the most common after caviar in restaurants around the harbour. The soup called gula aerter made from yellow peas is quite famous. Millionbof (steak on pasta or porridge) is one of the most consumed dishes in Copenhagen. Another dish that is unique to Copenhagen is the Braendende Kaerlighed. Onion and ham are placed on top of fresh milk and butter. One of the most important restaurants in Copenhagen is Noma, which has been voted the best restaurant in the world by the British restaurant magazine for four years in a row. For Kars Copenhagen visitors Copenhagen is a culinary delight.

  • Culture and Entertainment in Copenhagen

    After other Scandinavian countries, Copenhagen has a more dynamic nightlife and almost all 24 hours a day go by, full of colour and fun. The nightclubs can be described as expensive and most of them also charge entrance fees. Some of the most popular nightclubs are: Rust, La Fontaine, Stengade, Mojo Blues Bar, Pakhus 11, Jolene, and Karriere Bar. You can buy cheap airline tickets Kars Copenhagen so you can budget for the entertainment. Many different festivals are also held in Copenhagen. Such as the Sakura Festival, Blues Festival, Puppet Festival, Design Week, Photo Festival, International Fashion Fair, Beer Festival, Jazz Festival, Culture Night and Irish Festival. In terms of opera, ballet and theatrical events, Copenhagen is quite advanced and they also play plays on the stage of Royal Danish Theatre and in opera houses that can seat 1000 people. In order to get to know all aspects of Copenhagen, one of the most important European metropolises, we recommend that you buy a cheap Kars Copenhagen plane ticket. For this you can visit our homepage and get an overview of the prices. Compare prices, book your seat quickly and buy the cheapest Kars Copenhagen plane ticket for your trip.

Frequently asked questions

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Kars - Copenhagen flight, which age limits are there for children?


Children under 2 years old are considered babies for Kars - Copenhagen flights. They travel with their parents in the same seat. Baby plane tickets cost 10% of the adult price. Children’s tickets are available for children between 2 and 12 years old. Adult tickets are for passengers from the age of 12.

Kars - Copenhagen flight, how do I travel in a wheelchair?

Our employees need the following information from the wheelchair user:

Do you need a wheelchair at the airport and when you get on the plane?

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Can you board and move around the plane yourself?

Do you need help from the airport entrance to the plane?

If you plan to travel with your own wheelchair, you must inform the airline. The following information is required:

Is your wheelchair electric or manual?

Is the battery dry or liquid?


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