Travel safely with Welcome Pickups
Net Safety Score
We’ve introduced a metric indicating how safe travellers feel when using our services during the COVID-19 pandemic. After every ride, we ask each traveller to leave a review.
20 minute gap between transfers
Following each ride, our drivers have at least 20 minutes to thoroughly clean the surfaces of the car and ventilate the cabin.
Regular Car Sanitisation
Our drivers thoroughly sanitise and disinfect cars according to Welcome Safety Protocol
When you book, you can request to have zero contact with the driver during the transfer with just one click. In this case, the driver won’t help you with your luggage or shake hands.
Sanitiser in every car
We provide hand sanitisers and hand wipes for all our travellers. Our drivers have their own sanitiser, which they use before and after every ride
Taxis in Copenhagen
Going on a canal tour with friends, enjoying Hygge with locals and indulging in Danish pastries, street food and culture are just a few reasons to visit Copenhagen. On top of that, Denmark is consistently rated as one of the happiest countries in the world. Whether you are here to pick up on the positive vibes of this Scandinavian capital or walk along the spiralled walkway of Rundetårn, don’t let public transport take the magic out of your vacation. Hop on a Copenhagen taxi and enjoy the charm of this northern capital.
Hand picked & english speaking drivers
Same price as a regular Taxi from the line
Drivers are always on time
24/7 Email & Phone support
(05:00 - 24:00)
(00:00 - 05:00)
Cost of a Copenhagen Taxi
Taxis in Copenhagen are quite expensive comparing to other European capitals. They are licensed by the authorities, and you usually won’t have any problems with scams or tricks. Generally, all drivers also speak English. All taxis use taximeters; make sure it’s turned on during the ride.
Minimum fare – DKK 24 (€3.22)
Price per kilometre – DKK 16 (€2.15)
A Copenhagen cab from the airport to the city centre would cost between €34 to €47. A private transfer however could cost significantly more.
Most taxis accept major credit cards. If you would like to pay by card, let the driver know before beginning the trip.
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How to get a Taxi in Copenhagen
There are plenty of taxis in Copenhagen. They come in many colours, and are usually quite large and comfortable. They can be flagged on the street or taken from ranks at various points around the city centre.
If the yellow taxi sign is lit, the taxi is available for hire. Free taxis also display the word FRI. Stands can be found outside hotels, and major tourist spots such as the Rosenborg Castle, National museum of Denmark, on Vestergade (where DIS is located), by Gammel Torv (The Old Square) and by Hovedbanegård, Copenhagen’s Central Train Station.
Benefits of Booking a Copenhagen Transfer in advance
After a long flight, you may feel like all you want to do is to get to your hotel as soon as possible. At Welcome Pickups, we give priority to your comfort and give you nifty tips to make your stay golden. All of our drivers speak fluent English and have been hand-picked by us, so all you need to do is lay back and enjoy a 5-star service every time.
Copenhagen Taxi Tips
- Taxi drivers working in Copenhagen don't expect tips from passengers.
- We recommend that you only use officially marked taxis.
- Various apps allow you to book and pay for a taxi on your smartphone.
Wheelchair Accessible Taxis in Copenhagen
All taxis in Copenhagen accept collapsible wheelchairs, but in case you have a power wheelchair, you’ll need to plan in advance. There are a number of wheelchair friendly taxis in Copenhagen, but they do have to be booked ahead of time. To reserve a wheelchair accessible taxi in advance, call Dantaxi at +45 70257701.
Safety and Complaints for Copenhagen Taxis
It’s not common for taxi drivers in Copenhagen to try and take more money from their customers as they are generally reliable. However, if you believe this has happened to you, you should write down the taxi number and driver’s unique ID number (this should always be on display in the taxi) and ask for your receipt. You can then call the company that you travelled with or head to the Local Police and make a report.