europe Copenhagen, the capital and largest city of Denmark, is full of historical buildings and ancient streets, outstanding museums and galleries. Top attractions are a.o. the Tivoli Gardens, the Little Mermaid, the National Gallery, the National Museum and the Kronborg Castle. MORE ABOUT COPENHAGEN

Parking in Copenhagen

p-europe Paid parking is set in and around the city centre of Copenhagen in 4 parking zones. The inner city is expensive during daytimes, other districts (Østerbro, Vesterbro, Amagerbro and Islands Brygge) the parking rates from 08.00-18.00 hours are much cheaper. Outside the pay zones, parking is free but occasionally with time restrictions. Check the signs in the street.

parking Copenhagen

On-street parking Copenhagen

Paid parking is set on Monday-Friday from 00.00-24.00 hours and on Saturday till 17:00. In the inner city (red zone) the parking rate is
• 08:00-18:00 : DKK 35/hour (€ 4.70)
• 18:00-23:00 : DKK 13/hour
• 23:00-08:00 : DKK 5/hour
p-europe In the adjacent area the parking rates from 08:00-18:00 are lower :
Green zone DKK 19/hr, blue zone DKK 11/hr, Yellow zone DKK 9/hr.
In all other hours the parking rates are the same as in the inner city.
p-europe Parking is free from Saturday 17:00 until Monday 08:00, as well as on public holidays. Outside the pay zone, parking is free, but there may be time restrictions. If this is the case you need to use your parking disc. Check the signs in the street.

Parking Frederiksberg

In Frederiksberg paid parking is set on Monday-Friday from 07:00-24:00, on Saturday from 07:00-17:00. The first two hours are free of charge. After that you have to pay DKK 10-20/hour.
A day ticket costs DKK 75, a week ticket DKK 360.

Parking disabled car drivers

Holders of valid disability badge can park for free in Copenhagen, only on parking bays where stopping is not prohibited.

Car parks Copenhagen

Unlimited parking is set to the public car parks in the city centre. Parking rates : 12-35 DKK (€ 1.65-4.70), daily maximum 75-350 DKK. READ MORE