Copenhagen really isn’t dangerous, aside from the recent news and things :D I would say Damhostel, there are two nearby, one in Vesterbro, which is arguably in the center still, and one near Amager, which is another city really. Your friend would know ;) Anyhoo, they are pretty inexpensive and you can rental bikes and I think get a free or relatively cheap breakfast. I hope this helps, I don’t know too too much about accommodations in CPH because I lived there, I didn’t visit :D Here is the link:
the Danhostel seems to be the cheapest one from all the others in Copenhagen.Is it risky not to book the hostel in advance?You lived,so u may not know,but i’m just curious..
thank u very much!
Not usually, it’s way off season right now, but it never hurts to book. Sometimes you even get cheaper rates :D
Well, in general the city of Copenhagen (or København in Danish) is VERY safe.
Aalborg is on the other side of Denmark- are you taking the train out there? So would you want to stay near the train station?
I loved staying at the Best Western Hebron. Its about 1,050 – 1,450 kr. ($205 – $290) per night. It was a wonderful place to stay, and close to the train station. Breakfast is included in the rates.
I’m not sure other hotels- I stayed with friends the whole rest of the time I was in Denmark.
I hope you have an awesome trip- Denmark is such an AWESOME place.
$200 is little too much, ‘cause we r not going there to sleep, but to see as much of Copenhagen in 2 days as we can :-) but thanks, we’ll do our best to enjoy this ‘AWESOME place’ ;-)
btw,good luck with achieving ur travelling goals!(ignore the grammar;-)
ps:and no,we r taking a bus to Aalborg-hopefully we won’t regret it..
omi!!! Yea,on a bus it’s a LONG trip!!! That is northern Jutland! Is it possible for you to change to a train? I would!
we haven’t booked the ticket yet,but the friend said it is less expensive.well,it’s just 6hrs or so,isn’t it?at least we’ll catch up the sleep..but thx for warning/
It’s a difference of 38 DKK (5 €). I think by bus it will be over 6 hours. The train is only 5. Also, you can take the train from Københavns hovedbanegården (Copenhagen’s central station) or the Airport, Ørestad, or Nørreport, which are all on the metro line too! That bus only leaves from Valby st. or the airport, if I am looking at the right one :D
Just looking out for ya!
I stayed in an inexpensive but very clean and safe place called the cab-inn: http://cab-inn.dk/ I liked it!
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