Bed & Breakfast BONVIE

Frederiksberggade 25 C, 2. (Strøget), Copenhagen, DK-1459, Denmark

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    B&B Bonvie


    The B&B is centrally located near the townhall and in the pedestrian shopping street. It is actally an apartment and the lady rents out the rooms. Only one bathroom/toilet which can be a problem. We had a lovely big room overlooking the street, but it was very noisy at night

    Unique Quality: Excellent location and good value for money

    Directions: Above McDonalds

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Local Travel / Restaurants

by deskrull

Can we travel by rail from the Copenhaven airport to Osterport Station?
Can you recommend cheap but good restaurants in the Amerika Plats 7 area?
We will be overnighting at the Adina Hotel

Re: Local Travel / Restaurants

by IndianPacific

Answer to first question: Definitely, every tenth minute. And without changing (trains going to Helsingør (=Elsinore) or possibly Nivå).

Re: Local Travel / Restaurants

by HansDK

Yes, there are trains every 8-12 min from Copenhagen Airport to Osterport Station. The trains depart from platform 2 and are direct. One-way fare: DKK 34.50 per adult.

There no restaurants close to Adina Apartments.

Travel Tips for Copenhagen

Horrible experience with Dansommer, Denmark

by passionshower

We spent one week vacation in a Dansommer summerhouse D1254 in Denmark. When we arrived at the summerhouse D1254, we got a written note, “Inspection of the house has finished”. How can the inspection of the house be finished, when,

1. bathroom sink is blocked with hair! (which we had to clean up!)
2. heating radiator in the bedroom is not working!
3. main garbage container at the garden door is overflowing and inviting flies!
4. there is no sanitary disposal container for the ladies in the bathroom!
5. no bathmat on the bathroom floor!
6. most of the corners in the house are full of spider nets!
7. the tumble-dryer gives out wet clothes after 3 hours of waste of electricity!

And, why so many porn/sex TV-channels? This is totally unacceptable, because we are families with kids!

Bad maintenance and unprofessional service ruined our vacation.

Moreover, they took almost one month to refund our deposit. What kind of awful business are they running?

Danish Money

by Ewingjr98

Despite Denmark being part of the European Union, the Danish people chose not to convert to the Euro in 2000 with the rest of Europe. Danish Money is called the Krone (plural is Kroner). The exchange rate between the Krone and the Euro is now fixed to ensure a more stable currency in relation to the rest of the EU. Denmark rejected adoption of the Euro in 2000, and the government dropped another proposed referendum in 2004. The Danish government would still like to adopt the Euro sometime in the near future.

Kroner are easy to find in the major cities. ATMs are common and major credit cards are widely accepted.

Tivoli & Strøget
Funsters will...

by alvin9747

Tivoli & Strøget
Funsters will want to head to Tivoli, the popular amusement park-cum-flower garden in the heart of the city. The famed park has been operating for over 150 years and so has had plenty of time to figure out how to best cater to the hordes of tourists and locals, many trailing enthusiastic youngsters, who flock there between mid-April and late-September each year. There are all the usual fun-park attractions, such as a roller coaster, Ferris wheel, open-air performances, carnival games and food pavilions. For the more cultured fun-loving palates, there are also traditional folk dances and a large concert hall hosting international symphony orchestras and ballet troupes. Tivoli also opens up for a few weeks prior to Christmas for holiday festivities, a seasonal market and ice-skating on the lake.

When you've had all the gee-whiz, whoop-it-up, wallet-emptying festivities you can stomach, stagger out to the northern corner of the Tivoli compound and proceed in a calmer consumer-oriented manner up the world's longest pedestrian mall, Strøget. Strøget is a long chain of five streets that is replete with shops and eateries, as well as a myriad of entertainment options including street theatre.

General information II

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Radhuspladsen is the main city square.
The longest in Europe foot street Stroget begins at the Radhuspladsen. Stroget comes to an end near the picturesque channel Nyhavn keeping a spirit of Andersen's Copenhagen.
The island of Slotsholmen lays to the east from Stroget. The history of the city began from there. There is a building of the Royal palace, the government of Denmark sits there today.

Christianshavn area cut up by channels and constructed under the decree of the king Christian IV for defense of the city is located opposite to the island. Besides several museums and a beautiful church, there is Christiania - "a free state" of hippies.
There is the park and castle Kastellet with well-known water-nymph in the northern part of the city. New area of Norrebro is to the northwest from the city centre, and area of Vesterbro is to the southwest.

Changing of the Gaurd

by jo104

Unfortunately when we arrived at Rosenberg Castle the procession was leaving & marching at a fast rate. So let me share the details with you so you don't miss out on this cool daily event. Every day at 11.30am the Queens life Gaurds (bodygaurds) march from Rosenberg castle through the city streets to Amalienborg Palace where the daily changing of the gaurds is at 12 noon. They are always exactly on time according to Allan

When the queen is in residence they are accompanied by the Royal Life Guards band


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Address: Frederiksberggade 25 C, 2. (Strøget), Copenhagen, DK-1459, Denmark