About this listing
Welcome to my place!
Of all the neighbourhoods in Copenhagen Nørrebro is my absolute favorite. Laidback atmosphere, talkative and friendly residents, multiethnic cultures, casual bars and cool shops.
- A melting pot of people and local adventures.
It is a newly renovated two room apartment. The bedroom has a queen size bed (160 x 200 cm) for two people. And the living room has a couch if you are 3 people staying here. There is a dining table in the livingroom, a 32 inch flatscreen TV (cable channels), speaker for iPhone/iPod and a mixture of new and vintage furniture. In the kitchen you can cook and prepare your meals and store your food in the fridge.
I will provide clean towels, sheets and linens. You will also find a washing machine and dryer here that you are welcome to use for free.
The apartment is situated on a quiet street in one of the most vibrant areas of the city with diverse cultural offers and lots of opportunities for you to meet the Danes and explore the "Danish way of living". Nørrebro has a variety of live music scenes, clubs, theatre and dining - In the apartment you will find a small homemade guide to the neighborhood and you are more than welcome to ask for any recommendations.
Right next to the apartment there is a small public park where people practice their skills on the climbing wall, there are basketball hoops, a soccer cage, ping pong table and playground.
Vintage stores, flea markets, designer shops, cheap local taverns, cosy bars with tipsy, happy Danes celebrating the weekend - and the best coffee in town is just around the corner. The lively "Sankt Hans Torv" with cafés and restaurants is within walking distance. So is "Fælledparken" if you need a green break from the urban vibe and want to go for a relaxing walk in the park where Copenhageners meet up for the international workers day and go for barbecues during the summer.
If you are on a tight budget and want to eat in you can find supermarkets, grocery stores and nice specialty shops in the surrounding streets.
Busses leave every 6 minutes and you can easily get to all the other parts of Copenhagen - 15 minutes by bus (30 by foot) to the center of Copenhagen and 10 minutes by bus to “Nørreport station” where the metro takes you to Copenhagen airport and around the city. Bikes can be rented close to the apartment.
I always send an email with my homemade guide to guests before arrival. And I will be happy to answer any questions you may have about Copenhagen or give you advice about sights and specific events taking place around the time of your stay.
Looking forward to seeing you.