Getting to Copenhagen
Finding the venues
Sleeping accommodations

Directions to the venues for training Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Getting around in Copenhagen is easy. There’s a metro, s-train and an extensive bus service.

Danes are very friendly, so if you’re in doubt, just ask the first person you meet, everybody speaks English – so just go for it.

The turist board has made a site about transport in and about Copenhagen.

From the Airport to Copenhagen City Centre
Take the metro from “Lufthavnen Station” (Metro) line M2 to “Hovedbanegarden” or “Norrebro Station”. “Hovedbanegården” is the main station and it offers good and safe storrage for your stuff, if you don’t want to take it along to the training hall.

How to get to the Capoeira events friday, saturday and sunday
Please note!!! The training locations vary during the week, so look carefully below for directions to each location:

Directions Friday 22. november 2019:
Porcelænstorvet 4,
2500 Copenhagen

On Friday, saturday and sunday we are training at Prøvehallen which is a nice training gym located in Copenhagen Valby. From outside the building looks like a thearter and also has a theater, hence the name beside “Teater V”. You enter between the sign that says “Prøvehallen” and “Teater V”. In front of the door, walk through and turn left in to the hall and walk upstairs to the second floor. The hall we will be in i called “Idrætshallen” and is a large sports hall.

Please note: We are sharing this location with a theatre so as you enter please respect that the entrance area is for the guests at the theatre. We have our space upstairs on the second floor.

Good to know:
The building only has shower rooms on the first floor, and you need to be aware that it is a public building, so keep your belongings with you at all times. Don’t leave your stuff in the changing rooms when you leave. There is no staff looking after it and the training is upstairs. Toilets are on all floors.

Directions Saturday 23. november 2019:

Getting to the Prøvehallen, venue for the activities Saturday:

Go to Valby Station just 5 min from Momondo (choose language)

Easyjet aprox. 56,98 euro (hand luggage only)

Easyjet about 133 euro

SuperSaver aprox. 1200 Dkr (Dk text only ask for our help)






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Sleeping accommodations

Accomodation can be arranged for free, remember to bring a sleeping bag.

House rules:
You can keep your food in the fridge at the sleeping place.
No drinking, smoking or partying. You may smoke on the street or in the yard.

Other cheap accommodations in Copenhagen (small cost)
Contact Sagui with any accommadation issue contact information below.

Sleep-In Heaven, Struenseegade 7 (00 +45 3535 4648;, in Norrebro. M: Forum. Take bus 5A from the airport or from Kobenhavn H. (dir.: Husum; every 10-20min.) to Stengade. Go down Stengade and take your first right on Korsgade. Slight right to continue on Korsgade, left on Kapelvej, quick right onto HansTavsensGade and left into the alley. Laid-back hostel with friendly vibe and warm and helpful staff. Smoke-free. Breakfast 40kr. Linens 40kr. Lockers (refundable deposit). Free Wi-Fi. Max. 5-night stay. Reception and security guard 24hr. Dorms 145-160kr; doubles 500kr; triples 600kr. Ages 16-35. AmEx/MC/V; 5% surcharge.

City Public Hostel, Absalonsgade 8 (? +45 3331 2070). Go down Vesterbrogade and take a left on Absalonsgade, just before the Copenhagen Museum. Cheap rates and great location attracts a diverse crowd of travelers to this hostel with a rocker-styled reception area. Breakfast 30kr-40kr. Locks for storage 30kr. Linens and pillow 40kr, towel 10kr. Internet available. Reception 24hr. Open May-Aug. Dorms 110-150kr. Cash only.

2,5 Km from Korsgade hallen

Bus: complicated, better to walk it takes about 20 min.

Jorgensens Hostel/Hotel Jorgensen, Romersgade 11 (+45 3313 8186; M: Norreport. Small yet comfortable rooms in a convenient location. Breakfast and linens included. Max. 5-night stay. Dorm lockout 11am-3pm. 6- to 14-bed dorms 150kr. Singles 475-625kr and doubles 575-750kr; include TV and private en-suite bathrooms. Under age 35. Cash only for dorms; AmEx/MC/V for private rooms.

Danhostel: Kobenhavn Vandrehjem Copenhagen City (HI), H.C. Andersens Bvd. 50 (+45 3311 8585; A popular 15-story resting place, only 5min. from the city center, feels more like a hotel than a hostel. Reseve ahead. Great for large groups. Breakfast 50kr. Linens 60kr. Internet 14kr per 20min; 29kr per hr. Bike rental 100kr per day. Reception 24hr. Check-in 2-5pm. Reserve ahead.Single-sex-dorms 145-180kr; private rooms 580-720kr. 35kr HI discount. AmEx/MC/V.

Bus 2A from Stormgade/Glyptoteket to Vodroffsvej/Rosenorns All. About 25 min

Danhostel: Downtown Vandkunsten Copenhagen City (HI), Vandkunsten 5, Phone: +45 70 23 21 10, Right in the heart of the city you’ll find the youth hostel: Dan Hostel DownTown
The rates are cheap (for Denmark) and it’s close to the training and the parties.
A double room is Dkr 449,- (about euro 60) per night (Dkr 225,- per person)
It’s also possible to sleep in a room with 8 beds, which makes the rate much cheaperA it’s about Dkr 130,- (euro 17,50) per night.

Bus 2A from Stormgade/Glyptoteket to Vodroffsvej/Rosenorns All. About 25 min

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