Large groups of travelers who want spacious accommodations during their stay in Copenhagen will appreciate a five-bedroom apartment at Knippelsbro Bridge. The apartment is on Strandgade in the Christianshavn neighborhood. This apartment is on the third floor of a building with a courtyard. It will accommodate nine people. Four of the bedrooms have a double bed for two people. The fifth bedroom has a single bed. The apartment has two bathrooms, a washer and a dryer. The refrigerator, stove, oven and dishwasher in the spacious kitchen make it easy for travelers to prepare their own meals. This kitchen is large enough for a dining table and chairs. Charming features of the apartment include a ceiling with exposed beams, wooden floors and dormer windows. Views of historic buildings in the city are visible from windows in the apartment. The large living room is a great place for travelers to relax after a day exploring Copenhagen. The apartment has a television set and Internet access.
The apartment is in a historic district just 100 meters (328 feet) from the Christianshavn metro station and within walking distance of the city center. Strandgade is lined with buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries. The artificial island of Christianshavn was constructed in the 17th century. Visitors who want to explore a historic building while they get a panoramic view of the city can climb to the spire of the Church of Our Saviour. The church was built in 1696, and the staircase to the top of the spire has 400 steps. People who are interested in history can visit the War Museum to learn about the Danish Navy’s history. Exhibits at the B&W Museum focus on the history of the Burmeister & Wain shipbuilding company. This museum is in a building that was built at the end of the 18th century. Experimentarium City is an interactive science center. Exhibitions here have focused on inventions, the brain and winter sports. The Copenhagen Opera House, the Royal Danish Playhouse and the Royal Danish Theatre are in the Christianshavn area. The Royal Danish Ballet, the Royal Danish Opera and the Royal Danish Orchestra perform at the opera house. Travelers who are hungry after sightseeing can enjoy Danish food at one of the restaurants in the area.