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Hints & tips for housing in Denmark

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  • Where to find housing in Denmark
    Students and professionals from outside Denmark,  here is where you can find places to stay (rooms, apartments) while studying or working in Copenhagen, Roskilde, Odense, Aalborg, Århus. Study and have fun!
  • Internet connections in Denmark
    Knowing about Danish internet connection is important for when you move to Denmark and want to get going with your life here. FInd out about the possiblities, potential providers, potential costs and what you should look out for.

  •  Denmark cat-sitting exchange
    You take care of my cat and I take care of your cat, such that the cat stays in the known environment, while you are not there. This is the principle of the cat-sitting group. All people joining the group are cat owners and therefore have experiences with cats. They know what they need: Food, water, a clean cat toilet and (depending on the cat) many, many fondlings. You enjoy your well-deserved holiday knowing that your furry friend is in good hands.

The hints collected here and many more are covered in the "Worktrotter's Guide to Denmark"in chapter 11. Housing. Benefit of the collective knowledge of other expats who moved to Denmark. You don't need to re-invent the wheel and go through our mistakes as well.

                                                        The Worktrotter's Guide to Denmark
                                                The Worktrotter's Guide to Denmark
                                         Step-by-step instructions for life in Denmark

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