Living in Copenhagen

Living in Copenhagen is becoming increasingly popular and has a reputation for being one of the most exciting cities in Northern Europe. People who plan on living in Copenhagen have many opportunities to choose from. The inner city of Copenhagen is the heart of the Danish capital. Christianshavn with its canals and its harbor is located here.  Its small and narrow streets, crooked houses, shopping opportunities, cozy cafés, and green areas recognize the oldest neighbourhood. Strøget is the main street and runs from the City Hall Square to Kongens Nytorv.

South of Inner Copenhagen there is Amager which offers lots of new residential areas and flats, for instance in Ørestad, Bella Center and Islands Brygge. Copenhagen IT University and Denmark’s Radio (DR) are also located here. The area offers many jobs in the service industry as well as the social and healthcare sector.

One of the most popular areas in Copenhagen is Vesterbro. Vesterbro is considered as one of the most fashionable places to spend your time when living in Copenhagen. You will find lots of bars, restaurants and designer stores in this district.

If you plan on living in Copenhagen, you can begin your housing search in these areas: København K, FrederikbergNørrebro, Vesterbro, ØsterbroNordvest, Amager, Sydhavn

Relevant links about Copenhagen:
About living in Copenhagen
Find office space in Copenhagen

Living in Denmark