Finding a place to live Renting tips Here are 6 renting tips to help you find a place to live in Copenhagen. Average renting costs It is generally quite expensive to live in Copenhagen and renting costs often depend on location, size and type of housing. Tenant rights and legal aid You can seek legal assistance related to housing from relevant organisations for free or for a fee. Neighbourhoods in Copenhagen Copenhagen consists of many different neighbourhoods. Most are only 20 minutes away from the city centre by bike or public transport. Housing benefits (boligstøtte) If you meet certain conditions, you may be eligible to apply for housing benefits from the municipality of Copenhagen. Buying a home If you wish to buy property in Copenhagen, there are several things you need to be aware of. Loan for housing deposit (beboerindskud) You can apply for a loan to pay for your housing deposit, if you meet certain requirements. Find your home in Copenhagen We have gathered a list of housing types and links to housing websites to give you a good head start in Copenhagen. Housing Finding a place to live Here you will find resources on renting and buying a home, legal aid and an overview of the neighbourhoods in Copenhagen. Moving to a new place Whether you are moving to a new address or relocating to another country from Denmark, you need to report your move to the authorities. Settling into your new home Practical information to help you settle into your new home. CPR, registration and documents Learn more about getting your CPR number, yellow health card, and other important documents. Housing Finding a place to live is key to obtaining a CPR number and starting your life in Denmark. Healthcare Your yellow health card (sundhedskort) gives you access to the Danish healthcare system. Culture and leisure There are many opportunities to live an engaged, social and active life that balances cultural and leisure activities in Copenhagen. Online self-services As a resident in Copenhagen, you can use online self-services to order a NemID, receive Digital Post and much more. Childcare and school You have several options when it comes to childcare, schooling and after school care in Copenhagen. Learn Danish If you are 18, live in Denmark and have a CPR number, you are eligible for Danish courses offered by your local municipality. Transport and parking Find out various ways you get around by public transport, biking or driving in Copenhagen. Report to the authorities Contact the right authorities if you want to report a crime, an emergency or other problems in the City of Copenhagen.