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Get around Copenhagen quickly, smoothly and in style with Voi

Rent an e-scooter with just a tap on your phone and get anywhere in the Danish capital within minutes.

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Discover Copenhagen
on two wheels

Experience the colourful and trendy city of Copenhagen on two wheels – hire an e-scooter and move around as you wish while enjoying the fresh, Scandinavian air.

Simply get the app, tap and go!

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Your questions, answered:

What are the specific biking
rules in Copenhagen?

Keep to your right, use signals and give way to pedestrians at intersections, traffic lights and bus stops.

Do I really need to wear a
helmet while riding?

Yes, you do. Wearing a helmet is mandatory by law when riding an electric scooter in Denmark.

How does it work
with parking?

In the city centre, you must park only in areas designated for e-scooters. In the outskirts, you may park in most places.

Choose the right price plan for you

You can either pay per minute, or choose to ride more for less with a monthly Voi Pass subscription. If you want to use our e-scooters a lot, but only for a limited time, you should opt for a daily pass. Check the app to see current prices in Copenhagen.

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Quick guide to Copenhagen

Copenhagen is a vibrant and charming city, known for its beautiful architecture, rich history and laid-back atmosphere. Whether you’re a fan of food, culture or simply strolling through adorable streets, Copenhagen has something for everyone. From the colourful houses of Nyhavn to the royal palaces, museums and galleries, Copenhagen is full of delightful surprises waiting to be discovered.

Assistens Kirkegården

This is a famous cemetery located in Nørrebro, just outside the city centre. While it might sound like an odd tourist destination, it’s actually a fascinating place to visit for both its historic significance and natural beauty. Many famous Danes are buried here, including existential philosopher Søren Kierkegaard and Hans Christian Andersen, one of the world’s most famous fairy tale writers.

The cemetery is also a popular spot for locals to relax or have a picnic, thanks to its peaceful atmosphere and lovely green spaces. So whether you’re a history buff or just looking for a tranquil escape from the city, this place is definitely worth a visit.


While you’re at Assistens Kirkegården, be sure to also stop by Jægersborggade, one of the most buzzing streets in the city. Full of cool cafes, artisanal shops and quirky boutiques, it’s a favourite spot for locals and tourists alike.

Whether you’re looking for unique vintage finds, handmade jewellery or delicious organic food, you’ll find it all on Jægersborggade. Plus, the street has a super relaxed and laid-back vibe, with plenty of outdoor seating and street art to admire.

Vesterbro, Nørrebro and Østerbro

The connection between Copenhagen (or København) and the sea is built right into its name – in Danish, København translates as ‘the merchants’ harbour’ – and helps explain why so many of its neighbourhoods end in ‘bro.’ The word means ‘bridge,’ and when the city began expanding out of its mediaeval centre in the mid-19th century, it had to construct bridges to connect the newly incorporated areas.

Each of the three main ‘bridge’ neighbourhoods – Vesterbro, Nørrebro and Østerbro – has a distinctive personality but within each are micro-neighbourhoods that have their own character as well, all worth checking out


Amalienborg is the royal palace and a major work of Danish architecture designed by the architect Nicolai Eigtved in the 1750s. The palace is actually made up of four identical buildings that surround the palace square.

Here on the square, you can watch the unforgettable changing of the guard ceremony (the Royal Guard changes every two hours, with a complete change of the guard every day at noon) and, if you’re lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of a royal family member or two. The area around Amalienborg is also really beautiful, with views of the harbour and lots of cute shops and cafes to explore.


15 minutes by e-scooter from the city centre you’ll find Refshaleøen. The area was once home to B&W, one of the world’s biggest shipyards. In recent years, the former industrial district has become one of Copenhagen’s hippest areas and a hub for creativity, alternative urban development, festivals and excellent foods of different kinds.

Refshaleøen also offers a diversity of sport halls and extreme sport activities. Easily reached by either scooter or even boat, the island is an integral part of the city but with its very own identity.

Do your part – safety begins with you

At Voi, we believe in safe and inclusive cities made for living. Therefore, we urge you to always consider others while riding, and park properly to help keep the pavements an accessible space for all. Keep yourself informed of the local regulations in regards to riding and parking – and abide by them.

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