A nice and cosy Copenhagen apartment for 2 people. Close to Copenhagen central station and to the cultural Vesterbro neighbourhood (Halmtorvet, Kødbyen, Istedgade) with great restaurants and shops. Private kitchen, bathroom and balcony, shared courtyard.
My apartment is light, cosy and perfect for two people. I have 1 bedroom, with a double bed and a lot of space. Enjoy the sun on the balcony and all the light in the living room. Please note that I moved things around in the apartment. The pictures are not an accurate description ;o)
You will have access to a fully equipped kitchen were you can also store your own groceries for cooking.
Off limits is only the obvious; my wardrope, dry food stash, records, spirits and so on...
I would like to hand over the key when you arrive for your stay, or maybe leave it at a agreed-upon place for you. But I will not be present during your stay. I will leave my phone number though, so you can call if you need help finding your way or anything:)
The streets around this area are very nice, both for walks, shopping and cultural sightseeing. Vesterbro is a diverse, cool and exiting district with a lot of different things going on. There's museums, pop-up restaurants, parties and hang-outs. It is also close to the harbor-area, from where you can take a long walk by the waterfront, passing by the Royal Library, The Opera and all the way to Nyhavn and the inner city. But even though it is close to the inner city, you have all the charming, small and local shops, cafes and restaurants in the streets just around the corner.
About 4 minutes walk from the apartment you'll find the train station called Dybbølsbro Station. From there it takes about two minutes to get to the Central station, and from there you can get all over Copenhagen by train, bus or bicycle.
But it is also a short and nice walk around the area and it only takes about 10 minutes to walk to the Central station.
From the airport you would take the Metro-line to Nørreport station, and from there the S-train (line E or A) to Dybbølsbro station. It all takes about 25 min.
Or you can tjeck the danish travel planner:
There's parking areas on the street but it does not come with the apartment and you'll have to pay for it by the hour.
Accès des voyageurs
The whole apartment
Échanges avec les voyageurs
You can always call me ;o)
Check-out is at noon if we haven't made another agreement.
NB: Since it has been a long time since the pictures of the apartment was taken, I have moved things around a bit. But don't worry - it looks better now ;o)
I do not allow pets or smoking indoor. Other than that, I wish for you to feel like home and behave as if it was your own place. ;-)
I live on Krusågade in Copenhagen. I often travel to the great cities of Europe in the summertime. I am a reliable person who take care of people and things around me.
Hope to hear from you.