The apartment is located at Rahbeks Allé close to Vesterbrogade and Istedgade, which are two of the most well-known and central streets in Copenhagen. The areas surrounding these streets are filled with small coffee shops and vintage clothing stores.
Rahbeks Allé itself is a charming street with big green trees and free parking which is especially rare in Copenhagen. The apartment is also placed right next door to the famous Carlsberg Silo. This means you will have access to enjoy the Silo’s private park any time you would like.This park is a place of peace and is full of flowers and green trees. There are tables and barbeque grills you can use as much as you would like – and when it’s sunny I always love eat my breakfast in the park. I have blanket in the apartment you can use if you want to relax in the park after a long day of sightseeing. Both the apartment and park are surprisingly quiet, considering the nightlife and noise from lovely busy Vesterbro located just around the corner. The apartment is small but charming. It is a light and open apartment and was renovated only one year ago. For Copenhagen standards the bathroom is big and there is a small kitchen if you prefer doing your own cooking. There is a nice king size bed perfect for two people. There is also free wifi, a washing machine and a dryer. Fresh linen and towels are provided.
Vesterbro is currently one of the most fashionable districts in Copenhagen. A short walk from the apartment you will find the Meat Packing District with galleries, dining, clubbing and all kinds of different happenings. Between Vesterbrogade and the Meat Packing District you will find Istedgade. In the likes of the red light district in Amsterdam and Reeperbahn in Hamburg, Istedgade offers a genuine big city urban vibe. This is the one place in Copenhagen where you will find everything from hookers to lawyers to artistic souls, all of whom take part in creating an atmosphere that some might refer to as “the real Copenhagen”
Most of Copenhagen’s great spots are within very short walking distance from the apartment. It is only about a 10 minutes’ walk from the Central station, City center, Copenhagen Zoo, Frederiksberg Garden, and Tivoli.
Just outside the apartment is the bus stop for bus 6a. This bus will take you to and from all the big famous squares in Copenhagen such as the City Center, Town Hall Square, and Nørreport Station. From Nørreport Station you can continue your journey switching either to a different bus or jumping on the subway. From Nørreport Station you can go to pretty much any place in Copenhagen. You can take the subway from the airport to Nørreport Station and then switch to 6a all the way to the apartment. This will take you about 25 minutes.
A 2 minutes’ walk from the apartment you will find three supermarkets and a decent Danish bakery. Also, there are many different options for takeaway regardless if you are in the mood for sushi, pizza, a sandwich or oriental foods.
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