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Apartment with 3 rooms in central Copenhagen
I have an apartment with three rooms in Copenhagen, which is divided into two bedrooms, each with a double bed in them. The last room is the living room with a 42” plasma TV, HIFI stereo, WI-FI, big sofa, dinning table with for chairs and one balcony. There is also a bathroom with toilet and a shower and at last a kitchen.
The apartment is on the ground floor in an apartment block so there is easy access to the apartment. In the summertime the small balcony is of big value. I usually just open the balcony doors when at home during the summer. The small balcony (only room for two) is a great place to read or to eat your breakfast etc. The apartment has room for four people; one master bedroom with a double bed and a smaller room, also with a double bed. Perfect for a family with kids or if you are a group.
The apartment is located on the boarder between Frederiksberg and Vesterbro - between Frederiksberg Allé and Vesterbrogade. It’s a very quiet area and just one block away you will find a very vibrant and trendy, laidback atmosphere. Together with Nørrebro this is the area where all the Danes hangout in clubs, bars, cafés and restaurant.
Just 30 meters from the apartment you will find the closest grocery shop where you can buy mainly food and standard household stuff. If you want a big supermarket you will find a Føtex only a 100 meters from the apartment.
Smaller kiosk for fresh vegetables are everywhere.
The area within 1km
Von Fressen (Vesterbrogade
Verden Mindste Kaffebar (Tullinsgade)
Bang & Jensen (Istedgade)
Dyrehaven (Sønder Boulevard 72)
Le le (Vesterbrogade)
Bertsens ballade (Vesterbrogade)
A bunch of Sushi places in the area
Cofoco (takeaway at Værnedamsvej)
Cofoco restaurant (Abel Katrinesgade)
DonDon Japanees takeaway Værnedamsvej)
Meatpacking district (Halmtorvet)
Lille Vega (small concerts)
Store Vega (big concerts)
Brass Monkey (Enghavevej)
Bars on Istedage
Dyrehaven (Sønder Boulevard 72)
Frederik d.6 (Alahmbravej)
Skipper Bodega (Old and dogdy place on Istedgade)
mKulds Bodega (Istedgade)
Café Ludvig (Vesterbrogade)
just walk down Istedgade and Vesterbrogade
(Otherwise Elmegade on Nørrebro and Strøget in the center. Try the surounding small street near Strøget too)
Fakta (grocery shop) 20m
Føtex supermarket 100m
Frederiksberg Metro 932m (Bike 3min. Walk 11min. or take Bus 3A every 9min)
Central station 1 km (Bike/walk / Bus 6A or Bus 26 every 6min)
Tivoli 1,3 km (Bike/walk / Bus 6A or Bus 26 every 6min)
The Town Hall & Square 1,5 km (Bike/walk / Bus 6A or Bus 26 every 6min)
Strøget (Main shopping) 1,5 km (Bike/walk / Bus 6A or Bus 26 every 6min)
The Zoo 1,8 km
Frederiksberg Garden 1,1 km
Vesterbrogade 20m (one block)
Istedgade 0,3 km (three blocks)
Christiania 4,2 km (Bike/bus/Metro
Nørrebro 3,6 km (Bike/ Bus 3A every 9min)
I really hope there is someone or somebody in NYC who wants to visit Copenhagen in July/August which is the best time to visit Denmark. There are many reasons why you should visit and the latest reason is written by your own newpaper - The New York Times:-)
Just read city #5 http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/10/travel/10places.html?pagewanted=all
Daniel Toke hansen