If you are deciding to move to Denmark, finding a property for rent will surely be the first thing to do. The costs of properties for rent in the capital are among the highest in the country but thanks to efficient public transport, you can look for properties for rent even in neighboring towns and still be well connected with the center.
The capital is very popular as a destination for findingproperties for rent for both Danes and expatriates both because it boasts a higher quality of life and because it is one of the safest cities. In the capital the prices for rental properties are high, the cheapest apartments are located in the suburbs especially in the western districts
In larger urban centers, various rental solutions are available: studios, apartments and individual houses.
Sharing properties for rent in Denmark is a widespread practice especially among students and young professionals.
Social housing is available for both Danes and foreigners.
The Danish population has 5.6 million, of which 1.2 million live in the capital of Copenhagen. In Denmark there are many opportunities both for cultural activities, city life, the countryside, entertainment and shopping.
If you are looking for a property for rent in Denmark we present you some of the best and most sought after locations.
Aalborg is the largest city in the Nordjylland region. Aalborg is known for its large industries. Aalborg is the fourth largest city in Denmark and is located in one of the narrowest points of Limfjorden. The most important streets of the city of Aalborg where you can find excellent properties for rent are Boulevarden, Algade, Vesterbro and Bispensgade.
Esbjerg instead is located near the North Sea in the south west of Denmark. It is the fifth largest city in Denmark. If you are looking for a property for rent in Esbjerg, you can start your search in these areas: Esbjerg, Esbjerg N, Esbjerg V, Esbjerg Ø
Randers is located at the end of the Randers Fjord. Randers is the only city in Denmark with a natural river port. In addition, Randers has its own airport - Randers flyveplads.
Kolding is located in the center of southern Denmark and is the largest city in the municipality of Kolding and is one of the most important trading cities in the Kolding, Vejle and Fredericia triangle region. The city is divided in two by the small river Kolding Å: part of the city belongs to Nordjylland while the other part belongs to Sønderjylland.