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- Private room
7 sqm. room located at oesterbro, Copenhagen. Lovely small room, with its own balcony in a peacefull neighborhood. You have full acess to everything in the 97 sqm. apartment fx. washing machine, kitchen, fridge, living room facilities. You will share the apartment with a family of 3... Victoria, Kasper and our son Birk.
- Private room
- Vesterbro - Kongens Enghave
The room is in a typical Copenhagen 90 m2 flat on the ground floor in the heart of Vesterbro, close to the central station and the meat packing district. The room has an independant balcony. You will appreciate the quiet atmosphere of the neighborhood, and many trendy restaurants and cafés around. Easy access to all metro station (max 10 mins walk) and 15 min to the city center. The place is great for a single person or a couple.
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Your guide to Copenhagen
All About Copenhagen
The Danish capital city of Copenhagen faces the waters of Øresund — the Sound — on the country’s eastern edge and is linked to neighboring Sweden by the snaking Øresund bridge. Bold, ultra-modern architecture sits comfortably alongside Roman, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque-style buildings. Recent years have cemented Copenhagen as a culinary powerhouse, with a plethora of award-winning restaurants calling the city home. You’ll still find low-key eateries all over town, from kitted-out shipping containers to traditional hot dog kiosks.
Pass by bookshops and bike racks in bohemian neighborhoods on your way to the world-renowned Kunsthal Charlottenborg, one of the leading contemporary art galleries in Europe. The rides and manicured lawns at historic Tivoli Gardens provide an adrenaline rush in magical surroundings, from bright blooms in summer to twinkling lights in the snow. One of the most sustainable metropolitan centers on the planet, Copenhagen boasts open-air bathing pools in the harbor, foraged feasts, and an unwavering sense of style.
How do I get around Copenhagen?
Copenhagen Airport (CPH) is the central hub for international flights into the region and the most common entry point for visitors. Getting into the city is straightforward, with taxis, ride-hailing companies, and private and public buses offering transport throughout the metropolitan area. Copenhagen was designed to prioritize sustainability and livability, boasting one of the world’s most extensive networks of bike paths and pedestrian walkways. Renting a bike or walking is one of the best, most convenient, and most affordable ways to experience the city. An efficient and all-encompassing public transit system is also available. The metro, above-ground trains, buses, and water buses are all easy to use to reach most places in the wider Copenhagen region.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Copenhagen?
Its location in northern Europe means that Copenhagen experiences cold and dark winter months. But after the ice melts between about May through to September, the city explodes with vibrancy and activity. Pleasant temperatures and long, sun-filled days see bustling sidewalk cafes, live music that floats through the streets, and nightlife that never seems to end. This is also when many of the area’s music and art events occur, including one of Europe’s most well-known annual music festivals south of Roskilde. Despite the generally temperate conditions that come with summer, however, chilly winds can still blow in from the Baltic Sea, so it is a good idea to bring at least a light jacket to your Copenhagen vacation rental, along with an umbrella, as July and August supply most of the year’s rain.
What are the top things to do in Copenhagen?
Copenhagen Botanical Garden
The Copenhagen Botanical Garden is a sanctuary in the heart of the city. Take a break from exploring the cobbled streets and immerse yourself in the impressive collection of more than 13,000 plant species throughout the many greenhouses that date back to the 1800s. The site is home to a vibrant rhododendron garden, a butterfly house, and a Danish beer garden for a tipple in scenic surroundings.
Saunas and spas
An invigorating sauna session is one of the best-known Scandinavian traditions. Copenhagen offers a plethora of public and private spas, and you can soak in a warm bath, sweat in a wooden sauna, or even rent a floating saltwater hot tub while you sail up the river. A trip to the local sauna is a particularly popular pastime on crisp winter days.
The Torvehallerne KBH artisanal market is a food lover’s dream come true. This expansive space combines fresh vegetables, fish, spices, and local delicacies. In addition to the permanent shops, more than 80 stalls provide a unique selection of items not typically found in traditional grocery stores or markets. Several vendors also serve meals and desserts to enjoy on-site.