No need to calculate with an expensive parking charge in your holiday budget when you stay at Danhostel Copenhagen City.
If you want to travel by car to Copenhagen, you won’t have to worry about parking! We offer free parking in our two parking facilities in Valby and Frederiksberg, only 5 kilometers from hostel. So, if you don’t plan to use your car while you are in the inner city, we recommend that you leave the car in one of our parking facilities until departure. When parking in our facilities, you not only save the parking fee - you also won’t have to look for a parking space in the jammed Copenhagen.
Please note that we are located in a low emission zone, which has special requirements for diesel-powered passenger cars. Read more about the legal requirements here.
Here's how you do it:
NOTE! It is important that you register your car at our reception before driving to the car park and that you park exactly according to our instructions. The facilities have license plate recognition and ongoing checks, and if you have not registered it with us before parking, or if you park at a different parking space than the ones we have designated, you will receive a parking ticket.
If you wish to drive directly to the car park before you check in, please contact us by email email@example.com.
We also advise you to deactivate "pay-by-plate" on your phone, in case you have activated this on e.g. EasyPark, ApcoaFlow or other parking apps as the apps can charge you.
Unfortunately, we can not offer electric car charging in our parking facilites. If you have an electric or hybrid car, you are welcome to park at our facilities however you cannot charge your car here.
Danhostel Copenhagen City disclaims any responsibility should you receive a parking fine due to lack of or incorrect registration, payments through "pay-by-plate" or generally unregulated parking.
In Valby, only a five minutes’ walk from Valby train station, you will find Valby Maskinfabrik basement parking (max. 1,9 m. high). Should you choose free parking in Valby, the quickest way to get back is by train. Walk 5 minutes to Valby train station and take the train to Central Station. From here, it takes only 10 minutes to walk to Danhostel Copenhagen City. You can also choose to take the bus (no. 10) towards Town Hall Square from Vigerslev Allé to Stormgade. Find pricing and routes of the Copenhagen public transportation here.
You could also walk back to the hostel. It takes an hour if you walk straight back. However, we recommend stopping along the way. You could make a stop at the shopping mall Fisketorvet or walk through the park Søndermarken, where you can experience the Memorial Hill and the cisterns.
You can easily get back to Danhostel Copenhagen City from Frederiksberg by bus 31 towards Lergravsparken St. from Eversvej (Finsensvej) to the Glyptoteket. From here you can walk to the hostel in 2 minutes. You can also choose to walk 9 minutes to the metro (Fasanvej St.), where you can take the M2 and the city ring to the Central Station or Town Hall Square. From here it takes only 5-10 minutes’ walk to the hostel. Public transport prices and routes can be found here.
You could also walk back to the hostel. It takes an hour if you walk straight there. However, we recommend stopping along the way, e.g. for a shopping stroll along Gammel Kongevej or at the mall Frederiksberg Center, which has been voted the best shopping center several times. You can also walk through Frederiksberg Garden and maybe even visit the ZOO while you’re there.