Scandinavian coziness

Scandinavian coziness

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Anne Christine

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Currently looking for:
- a swap in Portugal or Spain during the summer 2018
- a swap for Christmas 2018
- a long term swap (min. 1 month) pretty much anywhere for summer 2019
But I'm always open to any kind of offer. Please contact me whether your offer corresponds to my requests listed above or not :-)
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Welcome to Denmark!

My home is a little studio apartment on the 5th floor. It's located in a brand new building with everything you need: a supermarket downstairs, a laundry room, terraces on the 1st, 5th, 6th and 7th floor to enjoy a meal or the sunset.
The apartment itself is furnished in a very recognizable scandinavian style, and there are no direct neighbors in front of the floor-to-ceiling windows, so you'll have a very nice feeling of privacy staying here. Altough the place itself is not big, it is big enough for the both of you - and in case you'd like to lay on the couch to read a book, you'll find a (common) furnished living room down the hall. Of course wifi is accessible to you in the apartment, and so is a printer and a tv - but there are no channels on it, so you'll have to connect your computer to it. In the kitchen you'll find a fridge, a little freezerbox, a oven and of course a stove.

In other words, you'll have everything you need for a nice time in Copenhagen. The building is situated right on the limit between the northern neighborhood of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg, and so you'll be located close to a couple of bakeries, a lot of nice cafés, bars, restaurants - and all the public transportation you need. The place is only 35 minutes from the airport if you take the metro + a bus for a few stops.

The building is a students residency, so there are no families here. But even though you'll be staying in a place with a young atmosphere, you won't be bothered. We have clear house rules and noise is not an issue around here. There is enough place for 2 guests, as the bed is 160x200 cm. I only have cotton bedding, so allergies should not be a problem.

I speak Danish, English and French fluently, but I'm open to swap homes with anyone who should be interested in visiting our amazing city!

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  1. I've spent my childhood in France, but I moved back to Denmark a couple of years ago. I'll treat your home like I would treat my own, with delicacy and respect.

  2. I study Film- and media at the university of Copenhagen. I'm very interested in culture, art, architecture, and of course film, but especially media and politics. When I travel I always have an interest in discovering the country's political and cultural values and traditions.

  3. I'm a huge animal lover, so if you have cats or dogs, it's only a plus.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Sliders, Cafe Auto, Alabama Social,...
Cool bars
Musiksmag, Bar Next Door,...
Cozy cafés
The Coffee Collective, Cafe Retro, anything around Stefansgade/Jægersborggade actually!
Retail therapy
On a sunny day, go to the center of Copenhagen, but on a rainy day you might as well go to the Frederiksberg Center, which has been named as the best mall in northern Europe.
Bit of culture
There are a lot of museums and churches in Copenhagen, so you should be able to experience as much of it as you want to. None of it is far away.
Walks in the park
Assistens Kirkegård, Frederiksberg Have
Spot of exercise
Danes are really active people, so you'll probably see a lot of runners. Nice running spots could for example be The Lakes or Frederiksberg Have.
Day tripping
Take a train to the museum 'Louisiana', it's worth the trip. Also - you could go to Malmö in Sweden. It doesn't take long by train.

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