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Practical information : Going out Copenhagen

TimetableTimetable

The nightlife is very active from Thursday to Sunday night. The opening days and hours vary slightly from one establishment to another. Clubs and discotheques open from 10pm to 4am.

Budget & TipsBudget & Tips

Entrance fees vary from 36 to 80 DKK depending on the event. You will pay about the same for drinks. You can get free tickets before midnight in most nightclubs.

To be bookedTo be booked

If you like improvisational theatre, buy your wire-cut tickets for ICC Theatre, an English-language show, as the venue is very small! (www.improvcomedy.eu)

Night transportNight transport

Copenhagen's metro is active 24 hours a day. Special train and bus services operate during the night. Buses with night service are marked "N" and run between 1:00 and 5:00 am. Check www.rejseplanen.dk.

Age restrictionsAge restrictions

You must be at least 18 years of age to purchase alcoholic beverages in bars and nightclubs. Some establishments such as cocktail bars and discotheques do not allow minors to enter. Remember to bring your photo ID! Especially since some clubs do not allow minors under 23 or even under 25 years of age!

What's very localWhat's very local

Fredag's bar or Friday bar is very popular in Denmark, both in universities and in companies. Going to these bars has become a way to fit in with the group, so it has become a habit to meet in clubs and bars as well. In clubs and discos, it is customary to be well dressed. As you can see, Danes like to be stylish! Some clubs have a scrambler signal, so you can't use your phone to call or text! Danes love jazz, concerts are frequent as well as jam sessions.

SmokersSmokers

The anti-tobacco law is similar to that of France: people do not smoke in public places, except in bars that are less than 40 m2. That's why terraces are so popular. In clubs, you will have to go to the reserved areas.

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