COY5 Guide

Do you hold the world record of getting lost in ice cities? Or do you find it difficult to find your way out and do online research on to where you are going.

This web page intend to solve all that. Dont feel pani. Just read the information here and feel like a master on every direction in Copenhagen.

From cheap Asian Shops to the Ground Zero directions on Copenhagen for COP15 delegates:

A rough guide for delegates coming in for COP15

Food: A simple meal will cost you about DKK 60-80.  A McDonald Meal will cost DKK58.  A cup of coffee will cost DKK18-25.   A sandwich DKK35-55.  A street hotdog by train station will cost DKK20-28.  That would give you an idea.  But I would put in DKK120 per meal for this case. The food inside Bella Centre (venue for COP15) will be much more expansive.
 
        People’s kitchens will be set up on central spots in Copenhagen, such as info points, accommodation spaces, when possible, and in areas of activist activities. The biggest kitchen will be placed close to KlimaForum, and the Central station, at an infopoint. Other big kitchens will be at Folkets in Nørrebro and at Nemoland in Christiania. All kitchens will need volunteers during the hole period. Food will be brought out to the larger demos and actions. We will have to ask for donations, around 20 DKK (2-3 Euros) per meal.  – By CJA (Climate Justice Action) 
  
  
Public Transport within Denmark (& Malmo & Lund, Sweden)
 
 

It is understand that traveling on public transport during the COP15 is FREE if you are wearing the accredited pass. If you are not accredited and for see traveling a lot, do bring a passport size photo of yourself to enable you to purchase a 30-days pass for DKK 326.  

Transport Airport to Copenhagen Central Station:

The faster and most convenient transfer to Central Station is the airport train that departs every 10 minutes from the Arrival Hall.  Travel time approx 14 minutes to Central Station.  The Metro leaves every 4-6 minutes from 5am-midnight.  One-way ticker DKK30.

Guide to Transportation in Copenhagen

For info on Copenhagen’s public transport, please visit this site which contains transport info, route maps and links to the various train sites.

Taxi

It is called TAXA in Denmark.  Call +45 3535 3535 to reserve a Taxa.

Trip Planner
www.rejseplanen.dk – Planning trips on public transportation. Click on the UK flag at the bottom middle-right for English version. 

Maps:

Go to this website to see overview of locations of interests during COP15. The map will be updated continuously.

 
Bella CentreFor more information, do click on to this link.

http://en.cop15.dk/about+cop15/going+to+cop15/venue

  Booking Meeting Rooms in the Bella Center

All Meeting room bookings for the YOUNGO meeting room will be coordinated. Note that meetings must be no longer than one hour.  Please fill out the application form at: http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AnUo6WHbG6eGdFBtNVlYQ0l0SjNVQkJEelRPTkNGeWc&hl=en_GB

 CAN Booth – Fossil of the Day

Fossil of the Day will be presented with assistance from Avaaz at the CAN International booth, located beside the information Desk in the Bella Center at 6pm daily.

YOUNGO Logistic CoordinatorWe have Adrian Yeo based in Copenhagen to assist in all matters you need assistance in logistics and accommodation.  He can be contacted at ninoamigo@gmail.com

Basics for getting around

  

Food:

1. Price of Food

A simple meal will cost you about DKK 60-80.  A McDonald Meal will cost DKK58.  A cup of coffee will cost DKK18-25.   A sandwich DKK35-55.  A street hotdog by train station will cost DKK20-28.  That would give you an idea.  But I would put in DKK120 per meal for this case. The food inside Bella Centre (venue for COP15) will be much more expansive.  


2. People’s kitchens will be set up on central spots in Copenhagen, such as info points, accommodation spaces, when possible, and in areas of activist activities. The biggest kitchen will be placed close to KlimaForum, and the Central station, at an infopoint. Other big kitchens will be at Folkets in Nørrebro and at Nemoland in Christiania. All kitchens will need volunteers during the hole period. Food will be brought out to the larger demos and actions. We will have to ask for donations, around 20 DKK (2-3 Euros) per meal.  – By CJA (Climate Justice Action)

Telecommunication:

1. Internet

If you are inside Bella Centre all the time, you won’t need additional internet service.  It will be provided free, on wifi to everyone. 

 

2. SIM Cards

It would be wise for all of us to purchase the SIM Card from the same telco.  We have chosed LEBARA.  0 øre per minute to Lebara customers (DK to DK).  You can purchase LEBARA’s SIMs from any grocery shops or train stations.

  • Lebara 100 kroner Scratch cards in a shop
  • When you buy a 100 DKK top-up at a retailer you automatically get 150 kroner talk time (50DKK free)
  • 0 øre per minute to Lebara customers (DK to DK)
  • 1,99 kr per minute mobile and fixed Denmark
  • 0 minimum usage
  • 0 membership contribution
  • 0 kr in sign on fee
  • SMS Denmark 20 øre (with free airtime 13 øre)
  • 99 øre set up fee per call
  • International calls from 29 øre (see pricelist)

3. UNFCCC Mobile phones and SIM card purchase service
Sets of mobile phone (Sony Ericsson T700) and prepaid SIM card are available for purchase at the Bella Center Technical Shop located in Hall D.  Telephone: +45 36196262

 

Legal rights & Police:

1. A legal team of law-students has been set up in Copenhagen. They have worked out a paper on basic rights in Denmark for Danes and foreigners, see attached file. They are in contact with lawyers and will work from their office during the whole period of the COP.

Meanwhile we are setting up a prison solidarity support group, that will do the overall coordination of legal aid and prison support. They will be based in Støberiet, the main info point at Nørrebro.
So if you have any legal issue or question, go to Støberiet. Then they can redirect you to the office of the legal team if it’s needed (which is very close to Støberiet).

If you or your group wants to work on legal aid during the COP, please contact climate09legalaid@gmail.com, for coordination.  – By CJA (Climate Justice Action)

 

2. Do find the two (2) PDF documents at the bottom of this page <Attachments>.  They are information released by the Politi (Police) Denmark specifically for COP15.

Border control:

We strongly recommend you to bring your passport even though you are travelling from a country member of Schengen. People going to the G8-summit in Rostock in 2008 were checked at the Danish/German border and people not possessing a passport were immediately sent back. We expect the same to happen during the COP15.

Border support teams are being set up at the German/Danish border and the Swedish/Danish border, together with lawyer support from Copenhagen. There will be organized pick up spots for people being denied entrance. We will have more specific information on this in the final newsletter, such as phone number, etc.

If you’re a group working with border issues, please contact climate09legalaid@gmail.com, for coordination.  – By CJA (Climate Justice Action)

 

Financials:

1. Credit Cards
Major Credit cards are acceptable in Denmark.
If you lost your credit card here (all kind) call Tel: +45 4489 2929 (24 hour)

2. Bring your PIN code
The most common credit card in Copenhagen is Visa, but you should have no problem finding ATMs/cash machines that accept Mastercard or American Express as well. Major credit cards are widely accepted at hotels, stores, cafes and restaurants. Some places might charge a fee when accepting foreign credit cards as payment. Be sure to have your PIN code and a picture ID when using a credit card in Denmark.   - By www.visitcopenhagen.com

Visas:

  1. From some countries, including all Schengen countries, you don´t need a visa. See the list in the following link to see if you need one:http://www.nyidanmark.dk/en-us/coming_to_dk/visa/who_needs_visa.htm
    • If you have ascertained that you need one, you should apply for a visa as soon as possible to allow for processing times, which in some locations may take a couple of weeks. Please check here for guidelines and requirements for applying a visa. Those who intend to extend their visas for further travel after the conference should acquaint themselves with these guidelines.
  2. PLEASE BE AWARE: It can take up to 8 weeks to get a visa, and costs around 60 Euros. If you need a visa then you need to start the process immediately. 
    • To get a visa you need a reference in Denmark. The easiest and most direct way to get a visa is to go through KlimaForum, it doesn’t matter if you don’t intend to participate in the forum. You need to fill out the attached spreadsheet in this mail and send it to: klimaforum09@klimaforum09.org
    • It would ease the process a lot if you  register in groups. The deadline for registering is already the 6th of November.  – By CJA (Climate Justice Action)
  3. Can the organisation apply for visas on behalf of invitees?
    • No, you cannot. You can help people fill out the forms, but the application is personal.
  4. What happens if I do not comply with the visa rules?
    • You will be quarantined for a period, during which you will not be given a visa.


                               

Transport:

1. Public Transport within Denmark (& Malmo & Lund, Sweden)

It is understand that traveling on public transport during the COP15 is FREE if you are wearing the accredited pass. 

 

If you are not accredited and for see traveling a lot, do bring a passport size photo of yourself to enable you to purchase a 30-days pass for DKK 326. 

 

 

2. Transport Airport to Copenhagen Central Station:

The faster and most convenient transfer to Central Station is the airport train that departs every 10 minutes from the Arrival Hall.  Travel time approx 14 minutes to Central Station.  The Metro leaves every 4-6 minutes from 5am-midnight.  One-way ticker DKK30.

 

3. Guide to Transportation in Copenhagen

For info on Copenhagen’s public transport, please visit this site which contains transport info, route maps and links to the various train sites.

 

4. Taxi

It is called TAXA in Denmark.  Call +45 3535 3535 to reserve a Taxa.

 

5. Train into Denmark

To those of you who want to travel by train, check out this information from the UNFCCC on logistics for Copenhagen (http://unfccc.int/meetings/cop_15/logistics/items/5069.php):
German railways DB offers special Event Tickets at reduced fares only to participants in COP 15 to Copenhagen and back from any town in Germany. The round trip rate is EUR 89 for 2nd class and EUR 139 for 1st class.
The special Event Tickets will be issued via a dedicated DB hotline, telephone number +49 180 53 111 53 +49 180 53 111 53 +49 180 53 111 53 (charge Euro 0.14 per minute from Deutsche Telekom landline network). The hotline is reachable from Monday to Saturday from 08:00 hrs to 21:00 hrs. The booking reference is “UNFCCC”.
The Event Tickets are valid in the period between 1 November and 20 December 2009.
Visit DB homepage for train schedules and regular fares
If you travel from France (or any other neighbouring EU country), this means basically that you only have to pay the regular fare from your city to the nearest German city behind the border and then enjoy this special offer by DB.

6. Trip Planner

www.rejseplanen.dk – Planning trips on public transportation. Click on the UK flag at the bottom middle-right for English version.

 

Maps:

Go to this website to see overview of locations of interests during COP15. The map will be updated continuously.

Google Maps with Important Landmarks in Copenhagen

Weather

 

December weather in Copenhagen is very gloomy.  Do expect daylight on from 7.00am until 3.00pm only.  The sky will get dark very very early.  It will may be wet with slight rain throughout the day.  Please bring your waterproof jacket, pants and shoes.  The temperature can be 3-10 degree Celsius during the daytime and may be much lower after dark and with the wind factor.

 

1. If you want to know a little about the climate in Denmark please press this link:

http://www.athaia.org/denmark-meteo-climat.html

2. If you want to know the weather forecast the next six days ahead please press this link: http://www.dmi.dk/eng/index/forecasts.htm

- By expatindenmark.com

 

Bella Centre

1. Bella Centre

For more information, do click on to this link.

http://en.cop15.dk/about+cop15/going+to+cop15/venue

 

 

2. Booking Meeting Rooms in the Bella Center

All Meeting room bookings for the YOUNGO meeting room will be coordinated. Note that meetings must be no longer than one hour.  Please fill out the application form at: http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AnUo6WHbG6eGdFBtNVlYQ0l0SjNVQkJEelRPTkNGeWc&hl=en_GB

 

3.CAN Booth – Fossil of the Day

Fossil of the Day will be presented with assistance from Avaaz at the CAN International booth, located beside the information Desk in the Bella Center at 6pm daily.

 

Practical Info:

1. Time Zone
UtC/GMT +1 hours. Denmark is 1 hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). http://www.qlock.com/time/

2. What to bring

-Warm clothes, average temperature in DK in December is between 9 and 0 degrees Celsius, and at night below zero.

-Rain clothes, and water & windproof shoes, as it can be raining a lot, but usually snow will not come until January.

 

3. Electric Sockets

In Denmark our electrical sockets look like this:
http://www.kropla.com/!c.htm
http://www.kropla.com/!k.htm  

- By expatindenmark.com

 

4. Copenhagen’s wiki page can be found here.

 

5. Emergency

In case of emergency, you must call the emergency dispatch centre on 112.  To access the police, dial 114.

 

 

 

  • Amager Emergency room (closest to the Bella Center) +45 3234 3500; Italiensvej 1 & Kastrupvej 63; 2300 Copenhagen S. Treatment for emergency injuries and illnesses is free in Denmark.


6. KlimaForum Practical Info
http://www.klimaforum09.org/Practical-Information?lang=da

 

Accommodation:

Deadline for registering for accommodation <<Deadline Passed>>

Both People’s Climate Action and New Life Copenhagen are closing for the registration for accommodation shortly. The PCA deadline is the 15th of November. New Life Copenhagen is the 8th of November. After the deadline we cannot assist you in finding accommodation.

We have 2 main options at the moment to those who have yet to secure your accommodations.

1. Hostels and Private House
We are working closely with PCA and already surveyed a few possible options.  Do register yourself with me here.  http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AnUo6WHbG6eGdHJPMTMtQncycHlNOWZXak1DMkxXSVE&hl=en_GB 

There are two sheets, <Register here!!> enter your details & <Available Accommodation List> surveyed possible accommodations.  I’ll try my best working ‘inside’ the system to secure you the best possible and affordable place. First come, first served.  Immediate deposit required. Note: do let me know if you have previously registered yourself with PCA, to avoid double booking.


2. Private accommodation with (random) locals: (FREE)

If you want to sleep privately, sent an email to: (the deadline for sign up is the 8th of November)
contact@newlifecopenhagen.com

It’s an art project, in order to get people together. Everyone within an hour of transportation from Copenhagen can sign up as a host. The host and guest are put together randomly, so you can’t choose your host. Go to the website www.newlifecopenhagen.com to check out details.
This option involves some registration and centralized, bureaucratic distribution.

 

3. Hotel Ship

Hotel ship: Affordable accommodation from 14€/night/person in a hotel ship docked in the city center of Copenhagen. On-line booking tool together with ship and cabin descriptions, please click here

 

4. YOUNGO Logistic Coordinator

We have Adrian Yeo based in Copenhagen to assist in all matters you need assistance in logistics and accommodation.  He can be contacted at ninoamigo[at]gmail[dot]com 

Food:

1. Price of Food

A simple meal will cost you about DKK 60-80.  A McDonald Meal will cost DKK58.  A cup of coffee will cost DKK18-25.   A sandwich DKK35-55.  A street hotdog by train station will cost DKK20-28.  That would give you an idea.  But I would put in DKK120 per meal for this case. The food inside Bella Centre (venue for COP15) will be much more expansive.  


2. People’s kitchens will be set up on central spots in Copenhagen, such as info points, accommodation spaces, when possible, and in areas of activist activities. The biggest kitchen will be placed close to KlimaForum, and the Central station, at an infopoint. Other big kitchens will be at Folkets in Nørrebro and at Nemoland in Christiania. All kitchens will need volunteers during the hole period. Food will be brought out to the larger demos and actions. We will have to ask for donations, around 20 DKK (2-3 Euros) per meal.  – By CJA (Climate Justice Action)



Telecommunication:

1. Internet

If you are inside Bella Centre all the time, you won’t need additional internet service.  It will be provided free, on wifi to everyone. 

 

2. SIM Cards

It would be wise for all of us to purchase the SIM Card from the same telco.  We have chosed LEBARA.  0 øre per minute to Lebara customers (DK to DK).  You can purchase LEBARA’s SIMs from any grocery shops or train stations.


  • Lebara 100 kroner Scratch cards in a shop
  • When you buy a 100 DKK top-up at a retailer you automatically get 150 kroner talk time (50DKK free)
  • 0 øre per minute to Lebara customers (DK to DK)
  • 1,99 kr per minute mobile and fixed Denmark
  • 0 minimum usage
  • 0 membership contribution
  • 0 kr in sign on fee
  • SMS Denmark 20 øre (with free airtime 13 øre)
  • 99 øre set up fee per call
  • International calls from 29 øre (see pricelist)

3. UNFCCC Mobile phones and SIM card purchase service
Sets of mobile phone (Sony Ericsson T700) and prepaid SIM card are available for purchase at the Bella Center Technical Shop located in Hall D.  Telephone: +45 36196262

 

Legal rights & Police:

1. A legal team of law-students has been set up in Copenhagen. They have worked out a paper on basic rights in Denmark for Danes and foreigners, see attached file. They are in contact with lawyers and will work from their office during the whole period of the COP.

Meanwhile we are setting up a prison solidarity support group, that will do the overall coordination of legal aid and prison support. They will be based in Støberiet, the main info point at Nørrebro.

So if you have any legal issue or question, go to Støberiet. Then they can redirect you to the office of the legal team if it’s needed (which is very close to Støberiet).

If you or your group wants to work on legal aid during the COP, please contact climate09legalaid@gmail.com, for coordination.  – By CJA (Climate Justice Action)

 

2. Do find the two (2) PDF documents at the bottom of this page <Attachments>.  They are information released by the Politi (Police) Denmark specifically for COP15.

Border control:

We strongly recommend you to bring your passport even though you are travelling from a country member of Schengen. People going to the G8-summit in Rostock in 2008 were checked at the Danish/German border and people not possessing a passport were immediately sent back. We expect the same to happen during the COP15.

Border support teams are being set up at the German/Danish border and the Swedish/Danish border, together with lawyer support from Copenhagen. There will be organized pick up spots for people being denied entrance. We will have more specific information on this in the final newsletter, such as phone number, etc.

If you’re a group working with border issues, please contact climate09legalaid@gmail.com, for coordination.  – By CJA (Climate Justice Action)

 

Financials:

1. Credit Cards
Major Credit cards are acceptable in Denmark.
If you lost your credit card here (all kind) call Tel: +45 4489 2929 (24 hour)

2. Bring your PIN code
The most common credit card in Copenhagen is Visa, but you should have no problem finding ATMs/cash machines that accept Mastercard or American Express as well. Major credit cards are widely accepted at hotels, stores, cafes and restaurants. Some places might charge a fee when accepting foreign credit cards as payment. Be sure to have your PIN code and a picture ID when using a credit card in Denmark.   - By www.visitcopenhagen.com

Visas:

  1. From some countries, including all Schengen countries, you don´t need a visa. See the list in the following link to see if you need one:http://www.nyidanmark.dk/en-us/coming_to_dk/visa/who_needs_visa.htm
    • If you have ascertained that you need one, you should apply for a visa as soon as possible to allow for processing times, which in some locations may take a couple of weeks. Please check here for guidelines and requirements for applying a visa. Those who intend to extend their visas for further travel after the conference should acquaint themselves with these guidelines.
  2. PLEASE BE AWARE: It can take up to 8 weeks to get a visa, and costs around 60 Euros. If you need a visa then you need to start the process immediately. 
    • To get a visa you need a reference in Denmark. The easiest and most direct way to get a visa is to go through KlimaForum, it doesn’t matter if you don’t intend to participate in the forum. You need to fill out the attached spreadsheet in this mail and send it to: klimaforum09@klimaforum09.org
    • It would ease the process a lot if you  register in groups. The deadline for registering is already the 6th of November.  – By CJA (Climate Justice Action)
  3. Can the organisation apply for visas on behalf of invitees?
    • No, you cannot. You can help people fill out the forms, but the application is personal.
  4. What happens if I do not comply with the visa rules?
    • You will be quarantined for a period, during which you will not be given a visa.


                               

Transport:

1. Public Transport within Denmark (& Malmo & Lund, Sweden)

It is understand that traveling on public transport during the COP15 is FREE if you are wearing the accredited pass. 

 

If you are not accredited and for see traveling a lot, do bring a passport size photo of yourself to enable you to purchase a 30-days pass for DKK 326. 

 

 

2. Transport Airport to Copenhagen Central Station:

The faster and most convenient transfer to Central Station is the airport train that departs every 10 minutes from the Arrival Hall.  Travel time approx 14 minutes to Central Station.  The Metro leaves every 4-6 minutes from 5am-midnight.  One-way ticker DKK30.

 

3. Guide to Transportation in Copenhagen

For info on Copenhagen’s public transport, please visit this site which contains transport info, route maps and links to the various train sites.

 

4. Taxi

It is called TAXA in Denmark.  Call +45 3535 3535 to reserve a Taxa.

 

5. Train into Denmark

To those of you who want to travel by train, check out this information from the UNFCCC on logistics for Copenhagen (http://unfccc.int/meetings/cop_15/logistics/items/5069.php):
German railways DB offers special Event Tickets at reduced fares only to participants in COP 15 to Copenhagen and back from any town in Germany. The round trip rate is EUR 89 for 2nd class and EUR 139 for 1st class.
The special Event Tickets will be issued via a dedicated DB hotline, telephone number +49 180 53 111 53 +49 180 53 111 53 +49 180 53 111 53 (charge Euro 0.14 per minute from Deutsche Telekom landline network). The hotline is reachable from Monday to Saturday from 08:00 hrs to 21:00 hrs. The booking reference is “UNFCCC”.
The Event Tickets are valid in the period between 1 November and 20 December 2009.
Visit DB homepage for train schedules and regular fares
If you travel from France (or any other neighbouring EU country), this means basically that you only have to pay the regular fare from your city to the nearest German city behind the border and then enjoy this special offer by DB.

6. Trip Planner

www.rejseplanen.dk – Planning trips on public transportation. Click on the UK flag at the bottom middle-right for English version.

 

Maps:

Go to this website to see overview of locations of interests during COP15. The map will be updated continuously.

Google Maps with Important Landmarks in Copenhagen

Weather

 

December weather in Copenhagen is very gloomy.  Do expect daylight on from 7.00am until 3.00pm only.  The sky will get dark very very early.  It will may be wet with slight rain throughout the day.  Please bring your waterproof jacket, pants and shoes.  The temperature can be 3-10 degree Celsius during the daytime and may be much lower after dark and with the wind factor.

 

1. If you want to know a little about the climate in Denmark please press this link:

http://www.athaia.org/denmark-meteo-climat.html

2. If you want to know the weather forecast the next six days ahead please press this link: http://www.dmi.dk/eng/index/forecasts.htm

- By expatindenmark.com

 

Bella Centre

1. Bella Centre

For more information, do click on to this link.

http://en.cop15.dk/about+cop15/going+to+cop15/venue

 

2. Booking Meeting Rooms in the Bella Center

All Meeting room bookings for the YOUNGO meeting room will be coordinated. Note that meetings must be no longer than one hour.  Please fill out the application form at: http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AnUo6WHbG6eGdFBtNVlYQ0l0SjNVQkJEelRPTkNGeWc&hl=en_GB

 

3.CAN Booth – Fossil of the Day

Fossil of the Day will be presented with assistance from Avaaz at the CAN International booth, located beside the information Desk in the Bella Center at 6pm daily.


Practical Info:

1. Time Zone
UtC/GMT +1 hours. Denmark is 1 hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). http://www.qlock.com/time/

2. What to bring

-Warm clothes, average temperature in DK in December is between 9 and 0 degrees Celsius, and at night below zero.

-Rain clothes, and water & windproof shoes, as it can be raining a lot, but usually snow will not come until January.

 

3. Electric Sockets

In Denmark our electrical sockets look like this:
http://www.kropla.com/!c.htm
http://www.kropla.com/!k.htm  

- By expatindenmark.com

 

4. Copenhagen’s wiki page can be found here.

 

5. Emergency

In case of emergency, you must call the emergency dispatch centre on 112.  To access the police, dial 114.

 

 

 

  • Amager Emergency room (closest to the Bella Center) +45 3234 3500; Italiensvej 1 & Kastrupvej 63; 2300 Copenhagen S. Treatment for emergency injuries and illnesses is free in Denmark.


6. KlimaForum Practical Info
http://www.klimaforum09.org/Practical-Information?lang=da

 

Accommodation:

Deadline for registering for accommodation <<Deadline Passed>>

Both People’s Climate Action and New Life Copenhagen are closing for the registration for accommodation shortly. The PCA deadline is the 15th of November. New Life Copenhagen is the 8th of November. After the deadline we cannot assist you in finding accommodation.

We have 2 main options at the moment to those who have yet to secure your accommodations.

1. Hostels and Private House

We are working closely with PCA and already surveyed a few possible options.  Do register yourself with me here.  http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AnUo6WHbG6eGdHJPMTMtQncycHlNOWZXak1DMkxXSVE&hl=en_GB 

There are two sheets, <Register here!!> enter your details & <Available Accommodation List> surveyed possible accommodations.  I’ll try my best working ‘inside’ the system to secure you the best possible and affordable place. First come, first served.  Immediate deposit required.

Note: do let me know if you have previously registered yourself with PCA, to avoid double booking.


2. Private accommodation with (random) locals: (FREE)

If you want to sleep privately, sent an email to: (the deadline for sign up is the 8th of November)
contact@newlifecopenhagen.com

It’s an art project, in order to get people together. Everyone within an hour of transportation from Copenhagen can sign up as a host. The host and guest are put together randomly, so you can’t choose your host. Go to the website www.newlifecopenhagen.com to check out details.
This option involves some registration and centralized, bureaucratic distribution.

 

3. Hotel Ship

Hotel ship: Affordable accommodation from 14€/night/person in a hotel ship docked in the city center of Copenhagen. On-line booking tool together with ship and cabin descriptions, please click here

 

4. YOUNGO Logistic Coordinator

We have Adrian Yeo based in Copenhagen to assist in all matters you need assistance in logistics and accommodation.  He can be contacted at ninoamigo[at]gmail[dot]com