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Visit Copenhagen & Oslo (Including a 2 night return mini cruise from Copenhagen to Oslo) £27 (May / June departures) @ DFDS / Ryanair
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Visit Copenhagen & Oslo (Including a 2 night return mini cruise from Copenhagen to Oslo) £27 (May / June departures) @ DFDS / Ryanair

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Posted 7th May
Use the code M9MAJ on the homepage

Awesome price You need to book the cruise and flights separately. I suggest you first decide which dates you can make for the cruise (all available dates are listed below) before booking your flights afterwards. You will need to use Google Translate on the DFDS website as the page is in Danish. Google Chrome normally auto-translates the page for you so I recommend using this browser. When looking at the cruise dates you should select the option which is 48 DKK (image shown below). Please note there is a booking fee which is 75 DKK but this has been incorporated into the listed price. You can also add meals at a later stage. Then proceed to book your return flights to Copenhagen. Cheap prices can be found on Ryanair (an example is given below) departing from either London Stansted or London Southend. Prices start at £20.

The price in the OP is based on the £20p/p return flights below + the 48DKK cruise fee (£2.75 p/p) + the 75 DKK (£4.25 p/p) booking fee for the cruise. This totals £27

Example cruise dates:
14th-16th May
2nd-4th June
4th-6th June
5th-7th June


Choose options which are 48DKK (Various options are available although these differ by date)
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Example suitable flights
(these tie in with the 5th - 7th June cruise + give you some time to explore Copenhagen)
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Did you apply a discount code? Prices are way different to above now.
It says the offer is possibly no longer valid.
Missed out there! I’m please let us know if it comes back up
Pity. Am visiting Cph in June and this would have been perfect for a trip up to Norway.
strong17 m ago

Missed out there! I’m please let us know if it comes back up


Working again for me at the moment. You need to use the code M9MAJ.
Thankz reindeeer!
dheydl07/05/2019 09:58

Pity. Am visiting Cph in June and this would have been perfect for a trip …Pity. Am visiting Cph in June and this would have been perfect for a trip up to Norway.


Enjoy, I lived there for 3 1/2 years - beautiful city!
reindeer3331 h, 10 m ago

Sorry, expired now.


I must be doing something wrong as even after inputting code the cheapest rate I've seen is 400 dkk
JackDog7507/05/2019 11:02

Enjoy, I lived there for 3 1/2 years - beautiful city!


Ta. Been before. Went to school near Århus back in the day but never managed to get to Norway.
dheydl07/05/2019 11:08

Ta. Been before. Went to school near Århus back in the day but never …Ta. Been before. Went to school near Århus back in the day but never managed to get to Norway.


Funnily enough, I live in Norway now - it's a beautiful country but the beer is outrageously expensive!
dheydl07/05/2019 11:08

Ta. Been before. Went to school near Århus back in the day but never …Ta. Been before. Went to school near Århus back in the day but never managed to get to Norway.


Argus is a nice little place, sat on the steps by the river on a Saturday afternoon..
Those who have been/live there, any recommendations on things to do/see please?
JackDog7507/05/2019 11:11

Funnily enough, I live in Norway now - it's a beautiful country but the …Funnily enough, I live in Norway now - it's a beautiful country but the beer is outrageously expensive!



That is so funny, have you
winchman07/05/2019 11:20

Argus is a nice little place, sat on the steps by the river on a Saturday …Argus is a nice little place, sat on the steps by the river on a Saturday afternoon..


The one by me is terrible with lots of litter outside, a view of Primark and you have to queue ages for your parcel.
ji29zard07/05/2019 11:23

Those who have been/live there, any recommendations on things to do/see …Those who have been/live there, any recommendations on things to do/see please?


Can't advise about Oslo, but for Copenhagen it depends on:

1 - How long are you there for?
2 - Who are you going with (husband/wife/kids/'the lads' etc)?
3 - What do you like doing (culture/sightseeing/shopping etc)?
4 - How much do you want to spend?
Walrus877 m ago

That is so funny, have you The one by me is terrible with lots of litter …That is so funny, have you The one by me is terrible with lots of litter outside, a view of Primark and you have to queue ages for your parcel.


Haha.. Arhüs... Obviously 😁
ji29zard17 m ago

Those who have been/live there, any recommendations on things to do/see …Those who have been/live there, any recommendations on things to do/see please?


Holmenkollen ski jump...
Royal Palace
Aker Bryggen
JackDog7507/05/2019 11:33

Can't advise about Oslo, but for Copenhagen it depends on:1 - How long are …Can't advise about Oslo, but for Copenhagen it depends on:1 - How long are you there for?2 - Who are you going with (husband/wife/kids/'the lads' etc)?3 - What do you like doing (culture/sightseeing/shopping etc)?4 - How much do you want to spend?


I would be looking at 4 days 3 nights, probably on my own, like architecture/culture/sightseeing, not at all fussed about shopping
ji29zard1 h, 16 m ago

I would be looking at 4 days 3 nights, probably on my own, like …I would be looking at 4 days 3 nights, probably on my own, like architecture/culture/sightseeing, not at all fussed about shopping


OK, in no particular order:

Tivoli Gardens - tivoli.dk/en/
Little Mermaid - it's tiny, but again it's another one of those things you 'have to' see when you're in Copenhagen. You have two options, either walk to it (takes about 20 mins from town along the harbour front and is a nice walk on a good weather day), and you'll also get to see Amelienborg (the palace), the Opera House and Fredrik's Kirke (a big cathederal). Directly behind that is Kastellett, a 15/16C part of the city's defences and now the HQ for PET (the Danish Intelligence Service), you can walk through it and also see the memorial to all fallen Danish service personnel since WW2 , the Eternal Flame is also there. The other option is to do the Canal Boat cruise which you can pick up from Nyhavn (which is also a must see I guess, just don't eat there, it's for tourists!), take the boats on the far side of Nyhavn, not the ones at the top as they're more expensive! The boat takes you to see the Little Mermaid but you can't get off and do the tourist pictures with her. You should do the canal boat cruise anyway as it's a good way to see some of the city you wouldn't otherwise have time to visit.
Christiania - it's an eye opener but relatively safe - just make sure you follow their rules (no running, no shouting and NO PHOTOGRAPHS! Although there's lots of pot dealers there (and more besides) it's safe enough). Round the corner from there is Copenhagen Streetfood (Address: Trangravsvej) on Paper Island (check opening hours), there's a load of different types of scoff in there and it's all pretty good and you get a nice view of the city. In the same area is a church called Vor Frelsers Kirke (vorfrelserskirke.dk). This is unusual as you can climb the outside of the spire and it gives a great view of the city - only go up it in good weather! You can get other good views of the city from the Parliament (Christiansborg Slot - www.christiansborg.dk), it used to be free to go up there, not sure now. There's also the Rundetarn (rundetaarn.dk) which is step free as it was designed for some king or other to walk his horse up.
Stroget - is a long shopping street in the centre. Take the time to wander the side streets as there's little bits off on both sides. There's also a lot of bars and restaurants in that area, some not bad value.
Carlsbery Brewery Tour - If you have time, then the carlsberg Brewery Tour (visitcarlsberg.com/#) is pretty good (but nowhere near as good as the Guinness tour if you've ever done that). If you do the tour make sure to add on the Jacobsen's tasting session (you get a couple of free beers anyway). Jacobsen's is Carlsberg's craft ale brewery and the tasting session is worth the extra 80NOK - top tip, if you do it make sure the other people on your table are Japanese tourists (or similar) as you'll get more beer and leave a bit pi$$ed There used to be a free bus that took you to the brewery as it's in Fredriksburg (a bit out of town) but you'd need to check for this time of year
Bars - There's the bodega type which are basically small, smokey bars mostly used by locals, they're good craic but you come out stinking afterwards, they're the cheapest. There's the regular bars which are reasonably priced - The English Pub (opposite Tivoli), The Victoria Pub (Gammeltorv) is ok, then there's Strecker's and The Dubliner on Stroget. Basically there's no shortage of bars, you shouldn't be paying more than 60Kr for a beer and preferably a fair bit less. If you like gin there's the Bird and Churchkey, it's not particularly cheap but it's great for gin! Also try here as well if you get chance taphouse.dk it's not the cheapest but it has over 60 beers on tap! Ask for a sample before you choose one! You could also check out Warpigs but it might be a bit out of the way if you don't really know your way around - if you stump up for my flights, hotel and a bit of walking around money I don't mind being your guide

Can't really advise on restaurants as we rarely ate out in the centre

It's a great city, clean, safe and easy to get around as it's fairly compact.

Have a good time
Thank you Jack Dog
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