Estoy acabando mi aventura en Finlandia durante 10 meses, así que ya es hora de ir contando todo lo que me ha pasado, como es Finlandia y alrededores (por lo menos lo que he podido visitar), y compartirlo con todo el mundo
Public Transport in Copenhagen
13 Aug 2011, 16:57 - 1
-Calculate the number of trips rather than going to do before buying tickets. If you are staying a few days, if you think up for a bond (klippekort) loose tickets or ticket 24 hours. If you're staying in town to work or school, do the same calculation with the bonuses and the monthly payment. The price of this is quite small and if you use public transport regularly, just to compensate.
-The notes and bonds are valid for a period of time depending on the number of zones, which can take a single ticket for multiple trips. You have to look at the hours that marks the ticket or voucher. After she begins to count time.
-Beware of trying to use public transport without a ticket. The fine is 500 crowns. Nobody dismissal by the fact that when mounted, especially in the S-Tog (the train), there is a reviewer. There are, and appear more frequently than meets the eye. If someone, however, feel that temptation, do not do it on the train from the airport. Will be a miracle that does not appear an inspector.
-The bike is a very effective method of transportation in a city flat with hundreds of miles of bicycle lanes and Copenhagen. It is even possible to combine it with other means of transport, regional or local-only in Denmark, not Sweden-nationals.
-For those who want to travel throughout the region, is highly recommended tourist ticket Oresund. It is much cheaper than buying tickets individually.
-For long term it is recommended that you get a bicycle. If you come from tourism, is more picturesque than anything else. The price of a new bike average quality is between 2,000 and 3,000 crowns and hundreds of shops in town where you can compare. However, there are shops where you can find good quality used bikes at a great price. To rent, some of the most popular sites are the shops of the Central and Osterport stations. Not too expensive.
-Before buying a bike, ask your acquaintances if anyone wants to part with some. You can take a pleasant surprise. Police also auction some of those withdrawn from time to time. They are usually not very good quality, but are achieved at minimal cost. The problem is knowing when and where the auction is held.
-Always make sure your bike is locked. At first sight it may seem that people leave the bike without putting the lock, but usually have a special rear wheel locks without being too apparent. If you do not stop the bike with the lock have a good chance it disappears. The same applies to tools, lights and other accessories. Do not leave them on the bike when parked leave.
Don't forget the front and rear lights if you're traveling at night. Are mandatory and carry no penalty is 500 crowns.