The Complete Guide to Biking in Copenhagen

Did you know that about 49% of Copenhageners commute to school and work by bicycle? That means biking is a huge part of the culture, making Copenhagen the best place to bike around.

But if you want to have the best experience, there are a few things you should know about before you start biking. If that sounds interesting, then keep on reading.


Why Copenhagen is a Great Place to Bike

First, I’d like to clarify why Copenhagen is a great place to bike. Since many people use bicycles for going from one place to another, Copenhagen has been built with bikers in mind.

In Copenhagen, you’ll find many biking routes. They’ve even built bridges for bikers to cross the river safely.


When to Bike in Copenhagen?

If you’re looking to have the best experience of biking, picking a good time is extremely important. That way, you won’t have any stress and can just enjoy the scenery Copenhagen has to offer.

So when should you bike? The best to bike is any time except early mornings and late afternoons. During those times are rush hours, which means the traffic will be hectic.


Where to Bike in Copenhagen?

Now that you know when to bike let’s talk about the places you should visit when making a bike trip. Fortunately, there are a lot of places to go. These include:

  • Tour de France Route in Copenhagen – It’s a long route that shows you the most scenic places in Copenhagen.
  • Superkilen park – It’s a public recreational space in Nørrebro! There you should see exciting things from different cultures.
  • Karen Blixens Plads



And that’s it! Now you’re ready to bike around Copenhagen. And if you’re looking for a hotel, then we highly suggest you book yourself into SKT Petri. There you’ll get more than just a hotel, and also be able to rent bicycles. You can click here  for more information.