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Danhostel Amager is one of the hostels with least expensive rentals in Copenhagen and towel is also included but not the soap. They advertise as separate men’s dorm and women’s dorm but this is a little tricky, they have men’s dorm rooms and women’s dorm...More
My friend booked this hostel which is cheap. The place is clean and roomy and the facilities are adequate. However, I would not choose it since it is far from the city and nothing around. Get a 24 hour city pass for 80 DKK at...More
before judging i have to say this was my first hostel , i booked a private room , the size was good with clean bathroom , but i didnt like the fact that they dont clean the room and give you one bed sheet and...More
İt is a avarage hostel good for familys a lot of green easy to go to the city center with bus number 34 or 250s but hard to go from the airport you must change 2 lines. I booked a family room with private bath....More
This is a great hostel providing the best of both worlds in that it is only a short walk and then Metro ride from the city but it is surrounded by green fields for those people who would like countryside surroundings. The hostel is very...More
$78 - $145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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In the eastern part of this neighbourhood, visitors will discover Amager Strandpark, a beach area which has become increasingly popular. It’s only a 30 minute bicycle ride or a 10 minute Metro trip away from the city center. Only a few hundred yards inland, some of the most creative musicians, artists, and writers in Copenhagen are occupying some of the old storage houses and production facilities. The western part is
one of Copenhagen's most rapidly evolving areas, here you’ll find international architecture of the highest rank, the state of the art TV-Byen (the Danish pendant to BBC), a golf course as well as Copenhagen's best (and tiniest) ice bar.
So it is a train and then a bus or metro and we bought a tourist ticket for 72hours to get around, costing 200DK. If your planning on sightseeing i would recommend the Copenhagen Card instead to prevent having to pay for... More
So it is a train and then a bus or metro and we bought a tourist ticket for 72hours to get around, costing 200DK. If your planning on sightseeing i would recommend the Copenhagen Card instead to prevent having to pay for more sights. Breakfast was 750DK for bread, cereal and fruit. They have good fridge/cooking facilities so I would suggest this instead.