Copenhagen was still rather expensive. We found that the groceries stores, however, were reasonably priced and wished we had been able to shop there more. Our hostel told us that we couldn’t bring in outside food or drink, so without access to a refrigerator or kitchen, it was not entire worth buying groceries until we moved on to the AirBnB.
Below is the map of places we went in Copenhagen, along with a breakdown of what we spent money on. Everything has been converted into US Dollars.
Generator Hostel (Copenhagen) - $9.57 (Soy latte, drip coffee)
Cafe - $6.79 (Drip Coffee)
Cafe Oasen - $8.99 (Soy latte, espresso)
Emmerys - $17.88 (2 drip coffees, avocado on rye, chocolate croissant)
Floras Café - $16.89 (French Press for 2, cheese plate)
Starbucks - $8.36 (Almondmilk latte)
Coffee Total - $68.48
Generator Hostel (Copenhagen) - $21.16 (Wine, Beer, Fries)
Generator Hostel (Copenhagen) - $12.39 (2 Wines, 2 Beers - Happy Hour)
Aldi - $1.96 (Small Merlot)
Generator Hostel (Copenhagen) - $18.81 (2 Wines, 2 Beers, Fries - Happy Hour)
The Globe - $17.88 (2 Beers)
Alcohol Total - $72.20
Irma - $15.25 (Vegan pate, vegan turkey, mustard, beer)
Netto - $5.08 (Bananas, bread, chocolate/hazelnut bars)
7-Eleven - $3.93 (Mini Oreos)
Groceries Total - $24.26
simpleRAW - $49.77 (2 vegan burgers, edamame)
Le Presidente Bistro - $16.32 (Pizza, sparkling water)
Italian Cafe - $6.46 (Veggie sandwich)
Papa Ramen - $20.24 (Vegan ramen)
Veggie Heroes - $43.72 (2 vegan buffet)
Riz Raz - $37.39 (2 vegan buffet, water)
Bronx Burger - $41.99 (Falafel burger, nachos)
Restaurant Total - $215.89
Food & Drink Total - $380.83
Metro Ticket at Airport - $12.20 (This was from the airport to the hostel)
Total - $12.20
Days in Copenhagen
Did we stay on budget? YES! We were under budget by $136.34.
*The hostel and AirBnB were purchased prior to arriving in Copenhagen. We spent $617.86 while in Hamburg.