Find cheap car rental deals in Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen is a colorful, canal-covered capital city that oozes charm and friendliness, where world-class museums, arts venues and restaurants line the streets. Whether you’re coming here to experience the gourmet food or to spot fairy-tale sculptures, you should pick up a rental car through Orbitz to cover the breadth of the city.
You’ve done your research on where you want to visit in Copenhagen and you’re ready to go. All you need now is a rental car. Keep reading for a guide on all the details on renting a vehicle in Copenhagen.
In Denmark you have to be at least 21 years old to rent a car, and you must have held a license for at least a year. Some companies include surcharges for drivers younger than 25.
A few car rental operators in Copenhagen have a maximum age limit of 80 for car rentals.
Denmark’s capital city is a popular tourism destination and a busy center of business. Car rental operators have met the demand that comes with this high travel turnover, with numerous companies offering a wide range of cars.
Use the price comparison feature on Orbitz to choose between companies such as Alamo, Sixt, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Dollar and more.
The main points for picking up rental cars are at Copenhagen Airport and near the train stations.
When packing for Copenhagen, don’t forget your driver’s license and your credit card. There’s no need for an International Driving Permit if you’re visiting from the EU, US, Canada or Australia.
Your rental car will come with a parking disc – keep hold of this, as you’ll need it to find parking spots in the city.
Copenhagen is one of the most desirable cities in the world to live in. Explore the immensely atmospheric, relaxed Danish capital and you’ll quickly understand why. We’ve picked three of the top sights in the city for your first trip here, all easy to drive to in your rental car.
The theme park in the center of Copenhagen is more than just a place to get high-speed thrills. There’s an enchanting atmosphere to this attraction, which has been open since the 1840s. Wander around at night, as the lights of the park glimmer and the strains of live music drift through the air.
An ex-military base in the very heart of Copenhagen, Christiania was taken over in the 1960s and transformed into an independent colony of free thinkers and peaceful anarchists. Put your camera and phone away for a stroll through this unusual neighborhood, where repurposed junk is transformed into art and architecture.
Picture Copenhagen and you might be imagining a long row of brightly colored houses. You’ll find that very view in the gorgeous Nyhavn, a canal that runs through the city center. Hans Christian Andersen wrote some of his most famous stories while he lived here; feel similarly inspired as you sip a beer by the water’s edge.