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3-star apartment, steps from Nyhavn
1 Double Bed
1 Double Bed
1 Double Bed
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Rental basis: Entire house or apartment
Number of bedrooms: 3; Number of other rooms with beds: 0
This apartment is located in one of the inner courtyards of Nyhavn so you can relax and enjoy the quiet after the busy day in town.
This renowned harbor is continuously voted the most popular attraction in Copenhagen. With it’s colorful 17th century buildings and old ships docked, Nyhavn still feels as authentic as ever. It remains the perfect place to end a long day for locals, with a cold one at the docks, or at one of the many restaurants.
The beautiful old houses have been well maintained throughout the years, and long-running restaurants dominate the old port. Nyhavn is filled with people enjoying the relaxed atmosphere by the canal, local jazz bands and great food.
Truly one of the best spots in Copenhagen, and with the new walking bridge connecting Nyhavn to the stunningly gorgeous old town of Christianshavn on the east side of the harbor, and the vibrant, modern part of Copenhagen to the west, this really is the place to be, as getting anywhere will take you no time.
Important: building renovation is being held till January 2022 hence it can be noisy from 8:00 till 17:00.
No private parking provided. Public parking is available across Copenhagen. In most of the city you will have to pay to park and in some areas comply with restrictions. For more information, we recommend that you copy the link below, and type the address of where you are staying in Copenhagen in the search bar.
Distance to Grocery shopping: 200 Meters
Distance to Kongens Nytorv Metro Station: 200 Meters
Distance to the Kings Garden: 500 Meters
Distance to Airport: 8 Kilometers
The canals of Nyhavn - Amalienborg, just northeast of downtown Copenhagen, are dotted with historic wooden ships and tour boats, and the quayside is a great place to enjoy a cocktail and watch the silhouettes of ships against the sunset. Jazz fills the air in the evenings, and Hans Christian Andersen used to call a Nyhavn townhouse home.
Amalienborg palace is a great example of Danish Rococo architecture, and dates from the 1700s. Although the palace is home to the royal family, tours are offered, and the mid-day changing of the guard is a popular event.
Breakage deposit: EUR 134.07 per stay
This property accepts credit/debit cards.