Cozy little apartment in the heart of Copenhagen.
The apartment is a charming 2-room apartment in Nørrebro, located a few metres from Sankt Hans Torv with many cafés and within walking distance of the city center
Welcome to my cozy little apartment in the heart of Copenhagen.
The apartment is a charming 2-room apartment in Nørrebro, located a few metres from Sankt Hans Torv with many cafés and within walking distance of the city center (15 min. walk to Nørreport Station).
The apartment consists of a light living room with tv and couch, a bedroom with a doublebed, a very well equipped kitchen and a bathroom. It's all yours.
There are several grocery shops nearby. The area also offers lots of cool and cosy cafes, bars, restaurants and takeaway, hip and multicultural shopping and the well known Assistens Cemetery where you can take a walk or lay in the grass with a book and a coffee..
The price includes free wi-fi, all utilities, linnen and towels.
It's easy to get to the apartment by bus, no matter whether you come from the airport or the central station ..
Looking forward to meet you
Der er adgang til hele boligen, samt vores gårdmiljø hvor der er muligt at grille om sommeren. Derudover ligger der tonsvis af cafeer og små parker i lokalområdet, som kan nås inden for kort tid på fods
Interaction with Guests
Jeg forsøger (email hidden) til stede i lejligheden når gæsterne ankommer, og overdrager nøglen. På den måde er det også muligt at besvare de spørgsmål I må have om lejligheden, området, landet osv.
Derefter vil jeg overlade det hele til jer, og ønske jer et godt ophold
Nørrebro and Nordvest make up the edgy and multicultural melting pot of Copenhagen. Many immigrants and students live here among a wealth of well-stocked produce stores, cozy coffee bars and quirky stores. The urban pulse throbs loudly and diversity is omnipresent. On a summer’s day, you’ll find hip Copenhageners sitting on Dronning Louises Bro, leaning against the fence and enjoying the sun with lounge music and a cold six-pack.
One of the first streets you’ll come across on the Nørrebro side of the bridge is Blågårdsgade. In the first part of the street, you will find popular little coffee and beer bars, for example Harbo Bar and Props Coffee Shop, which are frequently visited by both local Nørrebro people and guests from other parts of the town. Like most other places, everyone is in high spirits when the sun is shining and the many benches are packed with relaxed Copenhageners.
If you go a bit further, Blågårdsgade becomes Blågårds Plads with the popular hangout Blågårds Apotek and the alternative music store Insula Music, which sells analog gems that you won’t be able to find on Spotify. One of the city’s most popular places is Assistens Kirkegård where many legendary Danes are buried. The cemetery is used as a park and a place to relax and sometimes, people also work on their tan among the graves.
Jægersborggade is, among other things, known as the birthplace of Copenhagen initiatives such as the porridge shop Grød, the coffee gurus at The Coffee Collective and Michelin star restaurant Relæ with head chef Christian F. Puglisi, who is the driving force. In 2010, the restaurant got a little brother, namely Manfreds & Vin - the slightly cheaper and equally popular alternative, right across the street from the restaurant on Jægersborggade.
Nørrebro’s beating heart of rock music can be found at the combined music venue and nightclub Rust, right next to Sankt Hans Torv (Sankt Hans Square). At the square, you’ll find Kaffeplantagen where you can enjoy hot drinks in good company or by your laptop in a relaxed atmosphere.
If you’re in the mood for shopping, Elmegade is a good place to start. On this street, you’ll find some of the hippest clothes stores in town, for example the hyped designer label Acne and more classic stores such as Suit. You can also find second-hand treasures at Fremtiden, which is the Danish Red Cross’s idea of the thrift store of the future.
At the far end of Nørrebrogade, where Nørrebro becomes Nordvest, you’ll find Lygten Station. The disused train station has been converted into a culture center and houses, among other things, comedy events, movie nights and unique concert experiences. In this part of town, you can also get a good bite to eat, for instance seasonally inspired dishes at SWAG or lunch classics at Måltid.
Det er simpelt at komme til og fra lejligheden med offentlig transport. Bus 5A kører lige til døren, og henter dig igen og bringer dig til de mest centrale steder såsom Nørreport st. Københavns Hovedbanegård såvel som lufthavnen
Use what's in the refrigerator, take long hot baths - Make yourself at home.
The only thing not allowed is to steal, and smoking indoors (please use the yard)
Benjamin apartment is very well located. We loved it there. It was very easy to get to the apartment. The 5a bus will stop just a couple o meters away. Benjamin was nice enough to provide us with a traveling crib for our little one. We had a wonderful time in Copenhagen.
We had a great stay in Benjamin's flat. He responded to my emails within 1 day and sent us clear directions on how to reach his flat via public transit. It was an easy trip from the airport. The ground floor flat had everything we needed to make our stay comfortable, including a very large shower (by Copenhagen standards). The bed is a great size for 2 people. The mattress was very soft, but that is really personal preference. We had everything we needed to cook a great meal on our own.
We would definitely come back next time we're in town!
good flat quite near to the center. The bus is one minute of walk and the city center at about 15 minute. The flat is nice.
Great flat, and also very clean, in a very cool area. Benjamin is a great host. Hope to come back again :)
Noora & Erik
Petit appartement d'étudiant pas très luxueux mais très bien situé dans Norrebro à 20 minutes à pied du centre-ville. Premier, cuisine avec tous les condiments, sucre, céréales, etc., bonne douche, bon lit, bon divan. À faire: se louer un vélo pour la semaine pour 63$ à "Rent a bike".
This apartment is good value and quite inexpensive for Copenhagen. It is located at the beginning of the multicultural area of the city . It is a student apartment, so do not expect luxury, but you will find that the kitchen is well equipped, and the bed comfortable despite the small size of the bedroom. The only problem is you can't hang your clothes or even get them out of your suitcase because the closets are packed with Benjamin's belongings. If you are young, you probably won't mind, but if you are older it may be an irritation. The host was not loquacious, but he left some useful leaflets on Copenhagen on the table.
We had a terrific stay at Benjamin's apartment. It is in a great part of a wonderful city. You can easily walk to all key parts of town. The apartment is very modern and you feel right at home. Strongly recommended