Cosy apartment located in what could be called Copenhagen´s Little Africa right next to Nørrebrogade and with African shops and everything you need just around the corner.
THE APARTMENT has a modern and relaxed atmosphere. It has 2 rooms, one big living room and a bedroom with double bed, an extra individual bed and an extra queen size mattress at your disposal for in total one to four persons.
Both kitchen and bathroom are modern and functional with all needed utensils. The kitchen encourages very much to cook your own meals to save some money.
There is also a small balcony where you can smoke.
Copenhagen is generally a safe capital city and this goes for my neighborhood as well. Recently the famed restaurant Spiseriet and beer bar Mikkeller opened further down the street and you will also find the night clubs Rust and Stengade 30 within a radius of 400 meters. The supermarkets Irma and Netto are just around the corner, and if you're in the mood for beer, coffee or a meal there are lots of nice, laid-back options in Blågårdsgade.
Also the Forum metro station is only 3 minutes walk from here.
There are a lot of events, happenings and social and cultural attractions to experience in this area. If you need any guidance you are welcome to ask.
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I'm 27 years old, I have a bachelor in Ethnology (culture studies) from Copenhagen University and I am now doing a master in Agricultural Development. I enjoy very much traveling and getting to know other people and cultures. I have lived in Argentina with an Argentinian family for 6 months, been studying in Mexico for 1 year, and lived in the Peruvian rainforest for 5 months, working for an NGO called FORMABIAP.
Also I'm quite interested in permaculture which focuses on creative sustainability and positive reciprocity, and have recently been travelling around in Chile for 4 months, working on ecological farms with the purpose of developing my practical and theoretical knowledge about permaculture and self-sufficiency.
I can make myself understood in Spanish, English, "Scandinavian", and (to some extend) German.
I consider myself to be sociable, open-minded, and laid-back.
Let me know if you need guidance and recommendations concerning social and cultural events and sights!