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In the middle of Nørrebro, the creative and cultural melting pot of Copenhagen, you find this bright, spacious and trendy apartment. The decoration is personal and creative with a touch of minimalism that leaves room for guests to take a brake.
Bright and spacious apartment on central Nørrebro a 15 min walk from the city center.
The spacious living- and dining room has three big windows turning south which means light and sun all day long. The art on the walls and the very carefully chosen design furniture make you feel the culture of Copenhagen inside the apartment as well as on the streets surrounding it.
I love cooking so the kitchen is well equipped with coffee grinder, mandolin, gas cooker etc.
A quiet, minimalist designed bedroom and a very comfy bed gives the best possible conditions for a good sleep.
There is an extra single mattres and the two couches are comfortable beds as well.
The hallway/stairway is a bit dodgy, but the apartment is clean and cosy with scandinavian deco and design. Note: its on the 4th floor and theres no lift.
Location: 10 min from Nørreport, 5 min from Forum metro station. cafes and shops on the street. 15 min walking to Rådhuspladsen/central Cph. 2 min from Assistens churchyard/ park. 5 min to Jægersborggade. 5 min to Blågårdsgade.
Adgang for gæster
The whole apartment will be yours during your stay.
Kontakt med gæster
Before your stay I will send you my own personal recommendations for the neighborhood and Copenhagen in general including suggestions for alternative tourist attractions in CPH.
I will be in the apartment to welcome you and will be available on phone or mail during your whole stay.
Nørrebro is Copenhagen's multicultural melting pot. Here you have kebab shops next door to designer shops and coffee shops, and this part of town attracts a lot of immigrants and students.
The neighbourhood stretches out from the Assistens Kirkegård, the churchyard, where many famous Danes are buried. The churchyard also acts as a calm, lush breathing space in the middle of the city, and many locals go there to sunbathe, relax and have picnics by the old headstones.
One of Copenhagen's by far most creative streets is located in Nørrebro 5 minutes away from the apartment on Rantzausgade. Jægersborggade has everything from luxurious vintage clothing in Mélange De Luxe to the wafer-thin, hand-made ceramic design in Inge Vincents' workshop and gallery. Jægerborggade, that used to be a rough, socially burdened street, is well on its way to becoming Nørrebro's centre for exciting little shops and high-quality cuisine.
Transport: busstop on the street 50 meters from apartment. Metro (easiest way to get to/ from the airport) 500 meters away. Or rent a bike and get around in copenhagen like a local.
Writing down all the house rules apparently puts you higher on the ranking?! But I dont really have any house rules except from the smoking. But please take good care of my place and dont bother my neighbours with too much noise.
I like traveling and I love my apartment which I rent out when I am traveling myself. I am pretty easygoing which reflects in my home. Its not fancy and shiny, but I have put some effort into creating a cosy, creative and personal home. I like the idea of others using my home when I´m not around and I certainly prefer to stay in someones home rather than a boring hotel room when I am traveling.
I also like:
Good coffee, Jonathan Safran Foer and Franzen, art that makes me wonder, bridges, words, The Wire, Six Feet Under, Seoul, Maputo, music festivals, red wine, scandinavian design, swimming in the canals/ the ocean and much more.