The public transport infrastructure is generally of a very high standard. You can buy a variety of bus, train and metro tickets at train station kiosks and also at a selection of supermarkets, check how long they are valid and how to use them before travelling.
Thieves also operate at popular tourist attractions, along shopping streets and in restaurants also in hotel lobbies and breakfast areas, thieves take advantage of even a brief lapse in attention to snatch jackets, purses, and backpacks.
Try to book your first night’s accommodation in a new location. If you have been travelling for a long time the last thing you want to do when you arrive at your destination is find accommodation and especially if you plan to arrive after dark.
Within the Copenhagen inner city area during the tourist season you can rent city bicycles (available for a token fee). Cyclists found outside the inner city area on these bicycles may be subject to fines. Alternative cycle outlets hire out better quality bicycles for a reasonable fee with no restrictions on where you can go, cycling is a great way to see a large area in a short amount of time and with Denmark not having main hills to climb its easy riding.