Room 4 Mighty+

Pris: 92.270 DKK/Month
Adresse: Copenhagen, Denmark Show map

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Description - space
The apartment is located on the 4th floor and has 5 spacious rooms, 4 of which are suitable for a couple rooms and 1 single room. It has a spacious living room, a kitchen with an open layout and a cosy library area for a relaxing time. There are 2 bathrooms and a guest toilet.

Description - area
Vesterbro is one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world (it was actually awarded this title in 2017!). It is a very diverse district, home to people from all over the world and also suited to everyone from creatives and students to families and retirees. Vesterbro offers a little bit of everything, great food, bars, shops, and very close proximity to the downtown area without the hustle and bustle at your doorstep.

Description - around the apartment
The apartment is at 5 min walking distance from the Central and Vesterport station, and 5 min to the new metro line that goes all around the centre. The famous Lakes are 2 min away where you can take a stroll and look at the swans, the Danish national animal. There are plenty of cafés and restaurants nearby - both on Gammel Kongevej and Vesterbrogade. The city centre is only 10 min away and so is the Tivoli garden/amusement park. In 1577 it became forbidden to slaughter animals in the city center due to the fear of diseases spreading and due to the bad smells. The butchers therefore moved in 1671 outside of Vesteport, where they twice a week had a horse and cattle market. The market was meant to control that charges were paid for the animals that were slaughtered and brought into town. As a signal of the market opening, a drum was hit, which is the story behind the name of the street Trommesalen which in English is translated to Drumhall. Later the market was moved to the well known meat-packing district next to Kalveboderne.

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