We live at 21 Ingolfs Allé in an attractive old residential neighborhood on the island of Amager. Our Homeowners’ Association, called Gimle, was founded in 1899 and has therefore long since celebrated its 100th anniversary. Our house was built in 1910 and therefore turns 106 this year. The neighborhood is nice and quiet and the traffic is regulated by speed bumps. There is usually no noise apart from birds singing in the garden. It’s easy to find Ingolfs Allé when driving along the highway south of Copenhagen. Here’s a map showing how to get here from the highway and here’s a map showing Ingolfs Alle and neighbouring streets. Please also check the submenu Contact. Of course you can also get to Ingolfs Alle by bus, train and plane. You can learn more about transportation options here.
CLOSE to SHOPPING.
Ingolfs Alle is a side road to Amagerbrogade, which is one of Denmark’s longest shopping streets with a host of different shops, kiosks and restaurants. Bus 5A , which is only 3 minutes walk from here, will take you to the Town Hall Square and Strøget “the pedestrian street” in 25 minutes. Bus 5A runs to the Amagerbro metro station where you can catch a train to the large shopping center Fields with over 150 different shops and restaurants. You can also go by car to Fields, it takes no more than 10 minutes and parking is cheap.
CLOSE on CULTURE.
Bus 5A runs to Amagerbro Metro Station, and a 6 minutes ride will take you to Kongens Nytorv where you find The Royal Theatre and The Playhouse. Learn more about The Metro here. You can go to The Opera by public transport in 30 minutes. It takes 15 minutes by car and there is free parking if you arrive early. The DR Koncerthuset is within walking distance – approx. 20 minutes – but you can also take the bus and Metro – it also takes approx. 20 minutes. Arken – The Museum of Modern Art in Ishoej can be reached by car in 25 minutes, while it takes a little longer to go to Louisiana Art Museum in North Zealand.