My apartment is located 150 meters from Forum metro station (direct line to the airport). I live 10 minutes walk from Rådhuspladsen and Tivoli and night life. In the area there are many local restaurants, however it is also in a residential area and my apartment is in a quiet street. My apt is a one bedroom apt with a sunny balcony.
If you travel as a family, please let me know and you will be able to stay with a child (it will be a madras on the floor in the bedroom). Also a playground is close by.
Smoking is not allowed, but you can smoke on the balcony - rain or shine and with the door to the apartment closed.
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You will have access to the entire apartment. I will not be there, but I will be able to help you through email with any questions you might have.
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Copenhagen is a great city and if I were to visit Copenhagen for the first time and live in my apartment, I would spend the first day walking (or biking) by the lake, Peblinge Sø, ( walk on the north side of the lake where there is no traffic). The walk would take you to Dronning Louise's bridge and here I would watch people biking to work. I would go to Nansensgade or Torvehallerne and eat something there - and and then visit Statens Museum for Kunst and maybe also other museums in this area (Rosenborg, Botanical Gardens, Rundetårn, Davids Samling, Hirshsprungske.
If my arrival was later in the day, then I would still walk towards Dronning Louises bro and on a sunny day, then I would just sit on the bridge and watch people with a caffe latte or a beer in my hand. After that I would go to one of the many eateries at Nørrebro - go as far as Empire Bio in your search for a place to eat - this is also a residential area there are no tourists and no museums - if it is still daytime you might want to check out Assistent Kirkegård (even though it is a cemetery - and speaking of cemeteries - the Jewish cemetery at Nørrebro is also worth a visit)
On other days I would visit:
1. Glyptoteket, which is free on Tuesdays.... - Glyptoteket is next to Tivoli and National museet and I would make my way back to the apt through the safe and lively (and kind of redlight-ish area of Halmtorvet and maybe have a coffee at the smallest hotel in the world in Tullinsgade (Centralhotellet).
2. I would visit Christania - maybe take a guided tour - and also see Copenhagen from Vor Frelsers kirke
3. I would do much more.... enjoy Copenhagen - and please let me know if you need more advice about how to spend your time in my wonderful city