I am going to spend 2 months in Copenhagen this summer. I have now found somewhere to live. It is in located in Bispebjerg, and Bispebjerg station is nearby. It is likely that I will visit central Copenhagen at least 5 days a week. In this case, Central Copenhagen means Indre By and nearby areas. Probably mainly Indre By. Some weekends will be spent somewhere else, and I will also spend a week in Jutland. But most time will be spent in Copenhagen, and I do not want to stay in Bispebjerg all the time.
I have checked up public transport and bikes, but I am confused. I am so confused that I seriously consider to walk exactly everywhere and every day. If I want a bike, I either have to pay per hour or per day or week. I didn’t find a good option if I want to rent a bike longer than that. There are period cards (including flexcards) for public transport, but I have no idea what would be the best option for me. All I really know is that Bispebjerg is located in zone 2, and I know the travel times for S-trains and buses to central Copenhagen.
I know that Copenhagen is considered to be a walkable city, but it’s mainly for tourists who spend most of their time in more central areas. It would probably be a bad idea for me, who will live in Bispebjerg. So should I try to rent a bike long term (if so, how) or focus on public transport? What would be the best for me?