With this combination ticket you can discover two parts of Copenhagen in one day. The RED Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off bus will take you all over the city centre of Copenhagen. While for your visit to the zoo and its many animals from around the world, you will have to travel to Frederiksberg, which is surrounded by the greater city of Copenhagen.
The Copenhagen ZOO was founded in 1859, is one of the most visited attractions in all of Denmark, and is home to over 4000 animals. As you walk through the zoo, you’ll make your way through different parts of the world and see the animals that inhabit them. You’ll travel from the North with its snowy owls, reindeer and arctic foxes to Asia where you’ll come face to face with elephants and giant panda’s.
The southern hemisphere of the planet is also represented, with Tasmanian devils and kangaroos from Australia, and giraffes, zebras and hippos from the African savannah. To give children a real up close and personal experience with animals, there is also a petting zoo with llamas, goats and rabbits. The closest bus stop from the hop-on hop-off bus is at Copenhagen Central Station, from where you can take public transport to the ZOO.
Because the ticket for the hop-on hop-off bus is valid for 24 hours after you’ve first used it, you can easily combine a visit to the ZOO with a day of sightseeing in Copenhagen’s city centre. The bus will take you to famous sights such as the Little Mermaid statue, Nyhavn and the King’s Garden. With 22 stops around and in the city centre, you can explore the city at your own pace.
The bus is equipped with free Wi-fi and offers an audio guide to tell you all about the city and its sights. To find the nearest stop to you in the city, just open the RED Sightseeing app, which also tells you where all the buses are driving around the city. In 24 hours you can explore the city easily by bus and the app even has a free walking tour you can follow through the city centre.
Access to the Hop-on Hop-off bus for 24 hours
Entry to the Copenhagen ZOO
List of bus stops