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We had a great stay. The rooms was nice. Location good. The most kind person there was the security guard there at night called kim. A personal thanks to him for all his help, first time i have ever meet such a nice staff on...More
We visited the pool on Saturday. It was an excellent place to swim.. next to central copenhagen main station. Special diving pool is very excited and feel like I am in to another world when diving in to pool from top. Sauna, hot bubble pool,...More
I'm a swimmer and when I have the occasion I try to go swimming wherever I am, also abroad. I was looking for a pool near my hotel in Copenhagen (Hotel Du Nord) and found this one just 6 min away.
I had to try!...More
We arrived late evening.
We were dropped off near the hotel but had bit of trouble finding the entrance.
Since we were tired we went straight to bed when we got the room.
I could not understand the noises I thought I heard during the...More
Just returned from 3 days staying at this hotel. Typical Scandinavian furnishings. Comfortable beds, cleaned daily, easy to operate shower with lovely warm water , toiletries in dispensers but absolutely fine. kettle and plastic glasses in room. Card cups and coffee, tea etc available FREE...More
Visited Copenhagen many times and stayed in this hotel for 5 nights. It is perfectly positioned if you want to arrive/depart by train, if you want to be in a short distance to swimming pool, if you want to be in a walking distance to...More
Hotel is very near to the central station. Very clean and comfortable hotel. Great breakfast. Very friendly staff. Easy walking distance to centre and just round the corner from Tivoli gardens. Don't let the fact that it is part of a leisure complex put u...More
We went for the evening whilst on holiday in hundested about 80 minutes away,
There are 5 pools, circular pool, square lane pool, children's pool, hot water pool, diving pool and jacuzzi.
There was also a climing wall above the diving pool but it was...More
This neighbourhood is home to Tivoli Gardens, a world famous amusement park and beautiful garden always worth a visit. Just west of Tivoli, you’ll find Copenhagen Central Station, from where you can reach just about every part of Denmark within 5 or 6 hours, or you can reach Copenhagen Airport in less than 15 minutes. Next to the Central Station, you’re in the middle of “old” Vesterbro, where several cultures and
hundreds of languages are spoken in an area not more than one square mile. This neighbourhood is considered one of the most trendy places to live in and to visit in Copenhagen. For a real treat, visit Kødbyen ("meat town"), home to several restaurants, cafés and nightclubs, all within a short walk of each other.
I am completely stuck! I have looked at all the restaurants on the aok website for inspiration but the choice is too vast or I don't know what I'm reading in Danish! Can anyone recommend a restaurant for New Year's Eve? We are staying at DGI-Byen but don't mind travelling on metro to get somewhere. There will be two of us and we are willing to spend up to £50 each for 3 courses, coffee and wine. Any suggestions would be very welcome. Cheers Spark
November 08, 2006|
Walking to DGI-byen from Neil Ebbens Vej & Forhabningsholms (8 Replies)
We are staying in a flat near Neil Ebbens Vej & Forhabningsholms Alle. Can you suggest a safe walking route to the swim center at DGI-byen? I read that the area near the train station is not so safe. This is the route suggested by online search: Stenosgade to Viktonagade to Abel Catherines Gade to Kvaegtorsgade to Tietgensgade Is this route safe? Any better routes?
April 15, 2013|
Avoiding a public street in daylight or evening hours for safety concerns is unheard of in Copenhagen, not to say Denmark. Whatever you have heard, the conclusion is exaggerated. There are red light district traits along Istedgade near the central station in particular, which can be depressing or unpleasant, but it is not unsafe per se, and there are for instance plenty of established hotels in the area. Just be sensible. In the late evening and during the night I would be a little more...More