Coliving is a modern form of shared housing for like-minded people to live, work and play together. Fully furnished, specially-designed living spaces create an inspiring environment for people to interact and share experiences.
The biggest value of joining a coliving space is access to the community.
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Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, might be a compact city but it is bursting with culture and character. The fast Internet speeds and the availability of coliving spaces make it an ideal location for digital nomads and remote workers. Take some time out between working to visit the cool sights around Copenhagen, from the famed Little Mermaid Statue in the harbor to the historic Kronborg castle and the trendy Nyhavn
port. There are plenty of great places to get a bite to eat, catering for a wide range of budgets. You can easily find a restaurant, bar, or café offering free Wi-Fi so you can settle down with a coffee or a snack and get some work done. Copenhagen is ahead of the trends when it comes to coliving spaces, too, so you can choose from a selection of places including Nest Copenhagen and LifeX houses. Copenhagen has some of the trendiest coliving spaces around with amazing shared living spaces. Most of these coliving houses also host regular events for digital nomads and creators to socialize, network, and get to know each other. What better way to make friends, get advice, and exchange tips as you travel? It’s easy to make your way around Copenhagen, without any of the stress associated with traveling around most capital cities. Take your pick from the metro, trains, buses, and waterbuses, or hop on a bike and get some exercise along the way. Copenhagen is committed to sustainability and is one of the safest places to cycle around.
Here are some facts about Copenhagen that you might not know:
- The capital of Denmark, Copenhagen is home to 777,218 people.
- A surprisingly small city, you can cycle across Copenhagen in just 20 minutes.
- Copenhagen’s foodie scene is amazing, with 15 Michelin-starred restaurants in the city.
- You can also choose from hot dog stands to traditional restaurants, street food vans, and more all within Copenhagen.
- Copenhagen is a green city, committed to becoming carbon-neutral by 2025. If it achieves this, it will be the first capital in the world to meet these standards.
- For every car in Copenhagen, there are 5 bikes, with 41% of commuters cycling to work rather than driving or using public transport. Impressive! Every taxi has a rack to carry bikes, too.
- Not only is Copenhagen on the seafront, but it also has many canals and lakes too. It’s truly a city with a connection to the water – you can even take a boat down the canals yourself or go for a swim in the harbor.
- Copenhagen was named the capital of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden – the Kalmar Union – in 1416. This alliance continued for 150 years.
- A 10-mile long bridge was completed in 2000, connecting Copenhagen to Sweden.
- The Little Mermaid statue has watched over the Langelinie promenade since 1913 and is a major tourist attraction now.
Copenhagen is an exciting, upbeat destination for digital nomads, offering the most modern coliving and coworking spaces. With ample cultural offerings from museums to theme parks, theaters and more, you won’t get bored, and you’ll be impressed with the range of restaurants and bars around too.