Apartment Rentals Copenhagen
Here you will find an overview of all our available apartment rentals in Copenhagen. The lease period is unlimited and the contract has a 3 months notice. Among our leases you will find both furnished and unfurnished apartments. Use the filter function below to find an apartment that suits your needs and wishes. If you have questions or need help, you are of course very welcome to contact us.
Furnished and unfurnished apartment rentals in Copenhagen
If you are looking for an apartment in Copenhagen, City Apartment is the place to do so.
We have a large selection of apartments in Copenhagen and all of the leases are unlimited and at least one year, so you don’t have to worry about moving around all of the time during your stay in Denmark.
On this site, you will find both unfurnished and fully furnished apartments, so that you can decide for yourself whether you want to decorate the apartment and add your own touch. Or maybe you are in need of a place where you can feel at home from day 1 and want to use all of your spare time exploring the many experiences that Copenhagen has to offer. Whichever option fits you most, you will find it here.
City Apartment offers a wide selection of apartments that will guarantee the perfect match for you and/or your whole family. You always have the option to choose how many bedrooms you are in need of and you can choose from 1 bedroom apartments and up to at least 3 bedrooms – and sometimes more.
Our apartment rentals in Copenhagen come in various price ranges and make it possible to find an apartment that fits both your needs and your budget. The monthly rent usually includes water, but heating must be expected not to be included and therefore paid separately.
Feel free to contact us if you have any special requirements for your apartment rental in Copenhagen. We will always try our best to meet your needs.
Long term rent Copenhagen
When you choose City Apartment you also choose the possibility of long term rent in Copenhagen. This makes a perfect fit, if you e.g. are relocating to Denmark due to a new job situation or similar.
All of our apartments have unlimited lease periods and you can be sure of a minimum of a one year lease every time. This opportunity makes it easy for you to focus on other important stuff, such as job, family and new experiences, since you do not have to worry about moving to a new place every fourth month or so.
Please be aware that every apartment has a 3 month notice, which is a standard procedure in Denmark. This means that if you only want to rent the apartment for a year, you can simply terminate the lease after 9 months with a 3 month notice.
Places to visit in Copenhagen
Copenhagen offers many opportunities for good entertainment, activities and exciting attractions and you are not likely to get bored, if you choose to live in one of our apartment rentals in Copenhagen from City Apartment.
If you want to explore the city, you’ll find a small guide to Copenhagen below. Some of the most popular things to see in Copenhagen are of course all the different attractions.
The city of Copenhagen is divided into many bigger districts, all of which offer different attractions and you’ll find both historical, educational and cultural attractions and of course child-friendly activities. Many of the most popular attractions are to be found in the city centre and speak to many different interests.
Some of the top Copenhagen attractions are:
- The Round Tower
- Copenhagen Zoo in Frederiksberg
- The National Gallery of Denmark
- The Glyptotek
- The National Museum of Denmark
- Rosenborg Castle
- Amalienborg Castle
- Christiansborg Castle
- Tivoli and the Tivoli Gardens
- The botanical Garden
- The King’s Garden
- The Little Mermaid
- Frederik’s Church, also known as the Marble Church
All of the mentioned attractions are of course just a small selection of the largest and best known attractions in Copenhagen, and they are all easy to access if you live in one of our rental apartments in Copenhagen.
If you choose to live in one of our Copenhagen rental apartments, you also have a lot of other exciting attractions and activities within reach. The Experimentarium, The Open Air Museum of Old Denmark and Bakken (amusement park) are all located just a bit north from Copenhagen and are easily accessible by car or public transportation.
When living in Copenhagen there are almost endless opportunities for activities, no matter which kind of hobby you have. You’ll find countless local sports clubs and fitness centres, where you can enjoy being physically active. If you prefer active outdoor activities you are always within a short running distance from a park and if you enjoy swimming or rowing, you’ll be close to either the harbour bath or the ocean near Nordhavn or Amager Beach.
If you like shopping, then one of the best places to visit in Copenhagen is Strøget. It’s a long pedestrian street with multiple stores, ranging from shoe stores, clothing stores, interior design shops and much more.
Parking zones and free parking in Copenhagen
Copenhagen is a big city with many cars on the streets. Luckily, it is relatively easy to find a parking spot even in the city centre, without having to drive around for an hour looking for a free space.
Parking in Copenhagen offers different options, such as free parking, paid parking, parking garages and resident licences.
If you are looking for long term parking in Copenhagen, then the best option is the Copenhagen Airport parking lots. There, you’ll be able to park for longer periods of time, without worrying about the safety of your car and belongings.
Many of our rental apartments in Copenhagen are located in areas, where the municipality offers resident parking licences for specific areas. The licence can either be free or can be obtainable for an annual amount depending on the parking zone. You can get the licence from the municipality’s website.
Parking zones in Copenhagen
Copenhagen is divided into parking zones, which indicates where you are allowed to park with a given licence. It is important to locate the zone boundaries, so that you can avoid a parking ticket.
However, if you don’t have a licence for the specific parking zone, you can always pay for the time parked. The zones are divided into red, green, blue and yellow, which indicates the price of the parking.
Some areas offer free parking in Copenhagen.
Parking garages in Copenhagen
Parking garages usually only offer paid parking spaces.
Around the city centre, you are able to find multiple parking garages, including:
- Dronningens Tværgade
- Q-park in Illum
- Q-park Nørreport
- Q-park Industriens Hus
- Q-park Vesterport
Electric car parking spaces
It is free to park electric cars and motorcycles in public parking spaces at street level in all parking zones in Copenhagen.
Michelin and other good restaurants in Copenhagen
When choosing to live in one of our rental apartments in Copenhagen, you are guaranteed many gastronomic experiences nearby. Copenhagen is filled with restaurants and cafées where you can eat your heart out between everything from Danish, French, American, Indian, Italian and Chinese cuisines and specialties.
You’ll find Michelin restaurants in Copenhagen, known for their gastronomic experiences but also small sandwich and salad bars for a great lunch.
It can be quite difficult to make a list of places to eat in Copenhagen, because of the constant change in a city that never stays the same for long.
Public and international schools in Copenhagen
If you are a parent and looking for great schools in Copenhagen, there are many options. When living in a rental apartment in Copenhagen from City Apartment you have many primary and private schools nearby.
If you wish that your child attends a private school, you’ll find 59 schools in Copenhagen. Among the private schools you’ll also find international schools in Copenhagen.
All of the schools in Copenhagen have a high rate of well-being among the students.