RyanAir, Norwegian, EasyJet, and Wizz Air are a notoriously cheap airlines with routes to and from Copenhagen. AirHint is a great resource that tells you the best times to buy your tickets. They help find the best offers and use the ticket price history of airlines to accurately predict the best times to purchase cheap tickets. You will almost never get a good price on a flight back to Copenhagen on Sunday. But if you can fly back Monday or Tuesday you will get very good deals. Especially if you fly at 6:30 in the morning.
Flixbus is the perfect solution for low cost bus travel in Europe, with more than 200,000 daily connections to 1,200 destinations in 26 countries.
Whether you’re after flight, train, bus, ferry, rideshare or rental car info, Rome2Rio will generate price estimates, journey durations, and booking details from over 5000 companies in more than 160 countries – making them one of the top online travel resources used globally.
GoEuro is another good website that works out all the complicated bits to give you simple travel options. One search allows you to find the fastest, cheapest, and best travel options by train, bus and flight to any city, town or village in Europe. Find all the ideal options for your schedule and budget in one place.
Food & Drink
Download the Too Good To Go (TGTG) app and eat delicious food for next to nothing, all while fighting food waste! The app allows you to find amazing restaurant food near you, to takeaway for between £2 and £4.
Abselon is a good place. Normally its 50 kr per person for dinner but on fridays it doubles to 100 kr. Good for eating out on weekdays. Samos and MadGlad Cafeteria are also good and cheap, and the Dalle Valle at the Nørreport station is another cheap yet tasty option for a brunch or mid-day buffet. If you get hungry for Italian food, Rossopomodoro in Illum offers all you can eat pizza and other italian dishes for 100 kr.
Studenterhuset is another inexpensive and cosy place designed by and for students, but anyone can sit there. They have free WiFi and you can bring your own food if you want (but not your own drinks).
Last but not least, Cafe Cadeau is a non-profit cafe where one can go for more than just tasty and inexpensive cup of joe. Run by Frederiksberg Integrationsforening (FIF) and Church Integrations Ministry (KIT), the profit from the café goes towards integration and humanitarian projects in Denmark and abroad.They also host a Drop in Center which offers network and counseling to newcomers (expats, international students, au pairs) in areas such as economics, legal rights, and healthcare.