How To Quickly Find Parking In Kødbyen
If you're planning a visit to Gaza Grill Kødbyen, here's what you need to know when it comes to parking.
We understand the importance of easy access to parking for people coming to eat at our restaurant. Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with the advantage of not having to struggle for a parking spot, especially during rush hour in Copenhagen, by reading this article.
Free parking at Kødbyen
Looking for parking in Copenhagen can be a challenge, especially in the popular Meatpacking District (Kødbyen). Flaesketorvet has 280 parking spaces, but you can only park for free for one hour between 8:00 and 17:00. So, unless you’re here for a quick bite to eat or want to take your food home, we recommend you to park in one of the paid parking garages near Gaza Grill Kødbyen.
Paid parking nearby Gaza Grill Kødbyen
The best way to park your car in Kødbyen is to pay for a parking space. Here is a list of the three closest to Gaza Grill Kødbyen:
The closest parking garage to Gaza Grill Kødbyen is Q-Park Scandic, which has a capacity of 150 cars. It’s located in the middle of the Meat Packing District, which is a four-minute walk from Gaza Grill. Parking for one hour costs 28 kr, while parking for 24 hours costs 220 kr.
DGI Byen Parkeringshus
Another option is DGI Byen Parkeringshus, which has a capacity of 192 cars and is and can also be reached on foot in 5 minutes. The price for parking there is 40 kr per hour.
Another closest alternative is ONEPARK which can accommodate several cars and is only an eight-minute walk away from our restaurant. Parking there costs 50 kr per hour.
And of course, if we are not too far from you that walking or biking isn’t an issue, consider one of the options, instead of paying for parking. They’re also fairly easy to access via public transportation routes that stop nearby: there’s no need for driving!
We hope that this blog post was useful in providing you with an overview of parking options near Kødbyen. While the driver goes to the parking spot, here’s the menu, so you can start planning what you’re going to order – assuming that’s what you had in mind.
Thank you for reading!