Cozy 2b situated in quiet area in industrial surroundings in Østerbro close to the sea, the train, the UN Building, great shopping spots and a beautiful park. The bedroom is quiet and dimly lit, the living room full of books, the kitchen fully functioning, and the bathroom newly renovated. Five-minute-train ride to the city centre. A great place to retire after a day of sightseeing or work.
Getting from the airport:
Take the metro to Nørreport Station, it takes 13 minutes, then take the "S-tog" North two stops to Nordhavn Station (the opposite direction of København H). You can take any train except the one called Østerport+. When you get off at Nordhavn Station, you turn right on Østbanegade, which is the street you land on when you exit the station. Then you walk 5 to 10 minutes down this street, along the rails. When you have crossed Vordingborggade, the next street is mine, Ringkøbinggade.
Tickets from the airport:
You'll need a 3 zone ticket to get to Copenhagen from the airport, which you can buy in either the machines at the metro station or at the DSB ticket sales in Terminal 3 close to metro station. Also, if you know you'll be using trains, buses and metro a lot, a City Pass might be the best solution (though it only works up until 72 hours). The City Pass covers the 3 vital zones in Copenhagen.
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