This apartment is located in the vibrant neighborhood of Nørrebro, which is also centrally located in the city of Copenhagen making it easy to reach most other areas of the city.
This apartment is located in the vibrant neighborhood of Nørrebro, which is also a centrally located in the city of Copenhagen making it easy to reach most other areas of the city.
Nørrebro is known for its multiethnic and artistic character and from the apartment you’ll find plenty of opportunities the go explore a wide range of cafés, shops, farmers and flea markets, parks, restaurants, museums and music venues.
The apartment lies in a brick building from the early 1980’s. It has a bedroom with a double bed, an office with books and a work desk, a large living room with a dining table, chairs and couch. The kitchen is big with all the equipment you will ever need (we love to cook), and the bathroom contains the toilet and a large shower.
It is possible to set up our guest beds and sleep in both the office and the living room if you need more sleeping options besides the bedroom.
The apartment is both cozy and well lit and the large windows allows for a lot of daylight inside during the day.
We have fast and free Wi Fi, which you can use along with all the other things in the apartment that you might need.
It is easy and fast to walk, bike and take public transportation to almost all other parts of Copenhagen.
We would like to keep the good relation to our sweet neighbors, therfore we encourage guests not to make too much noise after midnight.
We will obviously clean the whole apartment thoroughly before any Air BnB guests arrive. When don’t expect Air BnB guest to clean as much when they leave, but we do expect that no dirty dishes, glasses etc. are left out, that floors are lightly swept, tables wiped clean, the bed linens are removed and things have been tidied up a bit in the apartment.
I'm very easy going person and like to help foreigners so they can experience Copenhagen best possible. I live together with my girlfriend who is studying and I’ve just finished my master in comparative literature.
I have often used Couch Surfing when traveling, Gomore (danish car-sharing-service) and other community based web sites, which I think is some of the best examples of what the internet cab be used for. Now I want to try Airbnb and get a chance to meet new and interesting people and obviously save on rent when my girlfriend and I are out of town.