About this listing
Scandinavian style spacy room in the heart of Cph, 10 min walk to all attractions and 15 min by metro to the airport. The room is a part of a family apartment, you ´ll get entre to the kitchen and a bathroom. One doubble bed + extra baby/adult bed.
Christianshavn is a unique maritime and cosy district in the center of Copenhagen filled will cafés, galleries, old and new bars and of course Christiania. The artsy atomosphere and the different personalities who lives here truely shines troughout this part of copenhagen
Our apartment is locatet in the more quiet zone of Christianshavn, though it is only a walk of 15 minutes to "Strøget" - one of the worlds first pedestrains and the main shopping street in Cph. We can recomend you to see following tourist attractions: (website hidden)
The apartment is 7 minutes away from the metro but it is possible to borrow our spare bicycle and discover the streets of copenhagen by yourself.
The kitchen holds a dinning space and cooking facilities such as an oven, a microwave and a refrigirator were you can store your food.
The bathroom holds a bathtub with a shower above, and of course a toilet and a sink :)
We also have a common laundry room where you can wash and tumble dry.
If you have any questions, please ask!
Kitchen, bathroom and a common laundry room
Interaction with Guests
E-mail and mobilephone
Christianshavn is a vibrant and very popular place in copenhagen where you can discover the old copenhagen with our traditional houses but also see the more modern living style (for example the many different houseboats)
Here is a little list of the main attractions on Christianshavn:
1. The Freetown Christiania (Fristaden Christiania). Freetown Christiania is a world famous ‘Free Town’ right in the heart of Copenhagen. Originally there were military barracks on the site of the town, but the barracks were left empty in 1971. The barracks were soon occupied by swarms of young people who wanted autonomy from the Danish Government. The Danish Government made the decision to allow these young people to continue living there and they legalized the Free Town. Christiania is the second most visited attraction in Copenhagen behind Tivoli Gardens, and visitors to Copenhagen should find time to see this very unique social experiment in action. Christiania contains houses, workshops, good restaurants, pubs and several concert venues. There are only approximately one thousand people who actually live in Christiania. Every weekend there are guided tours. The tours start by the Gallopperiet by the main entrance on the street ‘Prinsessegade’.
2. Wilders Square (Wilders Plads). Wilders Square was originally a busy town square where plenty of trade would take place. The square has a pleasant atmosphere, and it is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the ample people traffic. In Wilders Square there is a beautiful two story timber framed house. The house was built in 1736, and it was originally a sail maker’s workshop.
3. Vor Frelsers Church (Vor Frelsers Kirke). Vor Frelsers Church was built in the year 1682. The Church was built in the Dutch baroque style and it was designed by the Dutch architect Lambert Van Haven. In 1752 the very unique spire you see today was added to the structure. The spire was designed by the architect Laurids de Thurah. The spire is 86.6 meters tall, and it is one of the highest in Copenhagen. There is free entrance into the church, but there is a small cost to go up the tower. The tower is has a great view of the Copenhagen skyline.
4. Knippel Bridge (Knippelsbro). Knippel Bridge is an impressive bascule bridge with tall copper coated bridge towers. There have been many bridges on the site. The present bridge was built in 1937 and it was named ‘Knippelsbro’ after one of the original operators of the first bridge. The first bridge was built by King Christian IV in 1618 and the name of one of the first bridge keepers was Hans Knip, so the town’s people called the bridge ‘Knippelbro’ (Knippel’s Bridge).
5. Christians Church (Christians Kirken) The Christians Church is an attractive rococo styled building which was built in 1759. The Church was designed by the famous Danish architect Nicolai Eigtved. The church was originally built for the many Germans who were living in the area at the time. The church was used exclusively by the German community until 1886. Today the church continues to conduct normal church services, as well as for many concerts and lectures.
By metro, bus, water bus and bicycles.
Other Things to Note
We have a little dog.
No parties, no noise after 11 p.m. No smooking in the apartment, but outside is okay (the apartment is on the ground floor) :)