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Travel Guide To Qatar

Qatar is already a popular tourist destination but with just a month left for the world cup, tourism is going to soar to high numbers. Whether you’re travelling for sightseeing or travelling just for the world cup, here is a travel guide to Qatar that will benefit you!

Travel guide to Qatar, Doha

Entry Requirements

The first key information in our travel guide to Qatar is to find out about the entry requirements. As of this writing, you’ll need to bring a PCR test certification that shows a negative result (48 hours prior to your flight) or a valid rapid antigen test certificate (24 hours prior to your flight).

In addition, you must also register, via Ehteraz, 3 days prior to your arrival. To make the process seamless, download the Ehteraz app and have it ready on arrival. Also, you must complete an ‘undertaken and acknowledgement form’.

Visas aren’t required if your stay is less than 30 days.

To stay on the safe side, always look at government websites for any updates.

Money

The currency Qatar uses is called the Qatari Riyal (QAR). If you are travelling to large cities like Doha, ATMs will be everywhere but it’s always best to be prepared and have cash with you in case smaller shops don’t accept card payments.

Where can I book football tickets?

Your best bet on booking match tickets is going on official football sites. Consider the teams you want to watch play and search official ticket providers for their matches. Official websites always have reliable ticket information.

Where Should I Stay

Qatar is home to the Middle East’s finest and most luxurious hotels so whatever hotel you end up booking, you’ll have an amazing stay. If you’re travelling solely for the world cup, book a hotel that is close to the stadium for convenience.

If you’re travelling for a holiday, we recommend staying in the west bay (Doha) where you’ll find captivating and Instagram-picture-worthy buildings and landmarks.

Whatever hotel you choose, you’ll fall in love with it but remember to book a hotel suited to your travel needs.

Travel guide to Qatar

Qatari Culture

Qatar is a conservative Muslim country. Respect the country and follow the dress codes like wearing clothing that covers your shoulders and knees. Remember to not wear tank tops publicly.

Furthermore, if you are travelling during Ramadan, don’t eat or drink publicly during fasting hours.

Transport

Qatari transport is reliable and accessible to most locations you need. You will need a Hayya card to access buses, the metro and the tram. As you can imagine, the world cup match days will be very busy so plan your journey and leave plenty of time for you to eat and take pictures with friends and family.

Laundry Service

If you’re enjoying your trip and the world cup experience but need your laundry done as soon as possible, we have the perfect service for you!

Laundryheap operates in Qatar and with our quick and reliable service, we’ll collect your dirty laundry from your hotel and then return it back to you within 24 hours!

You don’t have to worry about the laundry because we’ll take care of it for you!

We hope you’ve found this travel guide to Qatar helpful!

Have a great and safe journey!

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5 Things To Remember When Travelling

Travelling is fulfilling; you experience new places, and food and learn about different cultures. In the midst of travelling, it does come with challenges because wondering what to pack and planning for the trip can be overwhelming. What if we told you that it doesn’t have to be that way? In this blog, we will go through the 5 things to remember when travelling!

Things To Remember While Travelling

1. Research The Entry Requirements

Every country has its own requirements to enter. While you’ll always need a passport or ID, there are other documents that don’t catch our attention as much. Keep a look out for VISA requirements but fortunately, countries like Bahrain make the process seamless with digital eVisa registering.

In addition, vaccines and other health documents are important things to remember when travelling. Follow the protocols.

2. Prepare Financially

Travelling by plane is not expensive but touring the country can be pricey so keep a budget. There are things you can do to prepare for your trip financially.

For starters, it always helps to know the currency exchange and to see how your currency compares to the local one. Also, find out if your credit card can be used on your trip and contact your bank just so they don’t block your card from being used overseas.

3. Use a Laundry Service

Packing dirty clothes on your way back home can be tedious. Many people don’t do their laundry while on holiday because launderettes can be expensive.

However, we are here to remind you that Laundryheap is here for your laundry! If you’re travelling to Netherlands, USA, UAE, Qatar, Denmark, Bahrain etc. you can book a laundry service with us! It’s affordable, flexible and fast!

Once booked, we’ll collect your laundry on the same day and return it back within 24 hours to your hotel! It saves you time and money on the tedious laundry chores and it makes your trip better!

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4. Find Out What Your Hotel Offers

If you’re on a budget trip, the chances are that your hotel may not have everything you need. It’s worth remembering, when travelling, that you’ll probably need to bring your own toiletries or a good towel that you feel comfortable in.

Most hotels will usually have towels and basic toiletries but just in case they don’t, be prepared and remember the essentials.

5. Remember To Pack Plug Adapter Before

Plug adapters are essential things to remember when travelling abroad. We need them to charge our phones and laptops. Avoid buying them at your destination because they can be quite expensive.

Always be prepared and pack a plug adapter beforehand to save you money and the hassle of going from shop to shop looking for one.

Travelling is a great experience and an opportunity to create memories with friends and family.

These are 5 things to remember when travelling but perhaps the most important thing to remember is to have fun and enjoy your trip!

If you need a laundry service, just contact us!

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6 Things You Should Never Put In The Tumble Dryer

Tumble dryers are a great appliance; they dry clothes efficiently and save you time from hanging clothes on the clothesline. However, while the tumble dryer makes the chores easier, it’s not made for every garment item.  Here is a list of items you should never put in the tumble dryer.

1. Leather Jacket

Leather jackets are the epitome of style and elegance. They’re clothing accessories that need to be taken care of. As good as they look, they should never be put in the tumble dryer because the heat in the dryer can ruin their shape and texture. So next time your leather jacket gets wet from the rain, hang it up to preserve its material.

Leather jacket - item shouldn't be put in tumble dryer

2. Bags and Packpacks

Whether it’s school bags or normal bags, they do need cleaning. Just like the leather jacket, bags shouldn’t be put in the tumble dryer because they will shrink and ruin the insides of the bags.

Also, if you are travelling, it’s best to avoid putting backpacks in the tumble dryer. It’s best to air-dry both backpacks and bags.

School bag - item should never be put in tumble dryer

3. Silk

Silks are delicate fabrics, and they should never be put in the tumble dryer because the heat will overwhelm the material and cause wrinkles to form.

silk is item that should never be put in the tumble dryer

4. Sweaters

Perfect for the winter weather, sweaters are items that can be quite sensitive to the dryer’s heat as it shrinks them. Once your clothes have been shrunk, it’s hard to get your sweater back to its original shape. Always follow the care labels and air-dry to take better care of your sweaters.

Sweaters - items that should never be put in tumble dryer

5. Swimwear

Washing your swimwear after using them is important to get rid of any sand or chlorine. Once washed, this item should never be put in the tumble dryer because of its fabric material. The heat will ruin the swimwear’s fabric.

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6. Wool

Wool is a delicate material that is prone to shrinking due to the high heat in the tumble dryer. It’s worth noting that some wool items are manufactured to withstand tumble dryers, but the rule of thumb is to always read the label for instructions. If your wool garment’s label says it is not made to go in the tumble dryer, heed the advice and start to air-dry.

For every item you put in the tumble dryer, always read the care label to be on the safe side. Your clothes deserve to be taken care of and safely laundered and dried.

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5 Hotel Mistakes To Avoid

Hotel owners have the responsibility to keep guests happy and keep the hotel running smoothly. It’s not an easy task and mistakes will occur throughout your journey as the owner. To help you get ahead of the curve, here are 5 hotel mistakes to avoid!

1. Not Including Key Details In Your Website

When guests are looking for a hotel to book, the first thing they look for is convenience. List all the important information that will be helpful to the guests. These could include information on breakfast, airport taxi transfers, check-in/check-out times or any attractions nearby the location.

Hotel Check in times reception

2. Not Looking After Your Guests

It goes without saying but one of the major hotel mistakes to avoid is not following up on your guests after they’ve booked. It’s great to welcome and greet your guests as they arrive but this should be followed upon. Always be available and provide assistance whenever they need help.

One way you can look after your guests is by partnering up with a laundry service. With Laundryheap, your guests will feel like royalty as we’ll come and collect their laundry and return it back to your hotel within 24 hours! It’s convenient and it makes your guests happy!

Hotel mistakes to avoid - not having a laundry service for guests

3. Not Upgrading Your Wi-FI

For most, having a fast internet connection is important. Your hotel is likely to attract businesspeople who will need the WI-FI to connect to their meetings. Unfortunately, the most common negative review is slow WI-FI.

Not fixing slow WI-FI is a bad hotel mistake. Upgrade your WI-FI and invest in boosters so that every room has a great signal. It will put smiles on faces, especially those who are travelling from abroad as a good steady WI-FI means they don’t need to worry about data roaming charges

WIFI connection

4. Not Investing In Better Bed Linens

Guests come to the hotel to have a cosy and comfortable stay and if your bed linens aren’t of high quality, you’ll receive negative reviews from your guests.

That’s why you should invest in better bed linens to give your guests that heavenly feeling of a goodnight’s sleep! With Laundryheap Linen, you can elevate your hotel room with luxurious, cosy, and soft bed linen!

Just visit Laundryheap Linen to book an order for your hotel! Trust us, your guests will fall in love with our bed linens!

Hotel Mistakes To Avoid - Not Investing in Bed Linens

5. Failing To Maintain An Online Presence

Regarding hotel mistakes, failing to maintain an online presence is a major one to avoid. In the modern day, the digital world is ever-changing, and your hotel needs to take advantage of it. Be active on the social media pages and look for any comments.

Keep track of guest reviews. Reply to the negative comments from previous guests and find a solution to their queries. It’s also beneficial if you replied to guests who give you good feedback.

Furthermore, use emails to follow up on hotel guests. Ask them to rate their experience and get their feedback. The more reviews your hotel gets, the better chance you can use the feedback to improve the overall service.

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Hotel mistakes are common, and every hotel will encounter mistakes at some point in its journey. However, there are ways to reduce the chances of these mistakes from happening.

We hope you’ve found our blog useful.

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Bahrain Travel Tips

Bahrain is a wonderful country that is enriched with culture, architecture, history, and delicious food. Because it is an island country with no land borders, Bahrain is a hidden gem that is worth exploring! If you are thinking of visiting, here are the key Bahrain travel tips for you!

Bahrain Travel Tips

Read Government Website

The past two years have seen some unprecedented times in our lifetime. Plans are constantly changing. To be on the safe side, frequently check the UK and Bahrani government websites to see the latest updates on travel restrictions, requirements etc. Finding out the country’s rules on masks and social distancing should be at the top of your priorities.

When To Visit Bahrain

Bahrain has a very hot climate. If you’re not so keen on the heat, visit between November to March. While the weather still will be hot, it won’t be as high as the other periods of the year.

If you do love Formula 1 and want to visit for the Bahrain Grand Prix, March and April will be the time to visit but make sure you stay hydrated, it will be very hot!

If you are on a budget, we recommend visiting Bahrain in January as that’s generally the cheapest time to fly.

Sunset. Bahrain Travel tips. Hot Weather.

Visa Requirements

It’s compulsory for anyone travelling with a UK passport to get a valid Bahrain visa. You may think this will be time-consuming but worry not, Bahrain now uses an electronic visa system known as the Evisa! The best thing about Evisa is that you can apply online – through your laptop or phone – which saves you the hassle of going to the Embassy.  Just make sure you apply 3 days before your trip.

Currency

Bahrain uses the Bahraini Dinar (BHD). To get a brief idea of how this compares with the British Pound Sterling, one Bahraini Dinar equals 2.26 pounds. This is an important Bahraini travel tip as currency information helps you to plan your trip better!

Having The Correct Adaptor

A tourist’s worst nightmare is going to a country and not having the correct adaptor to charge their low-battery phone.

This is why out of all the Bahrain travel tips, knowing what adaptor to use is essential.

Some go to Bahrain for a holiday while others visit for business reasons. If you are the latter, getting the right adaptor is fundamental in case you need to use your work laptop.

Bahrain currently uses the plug type G; this has three rectangular pins, and it operates on 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.

Public Transport

Taxis are usually the best way to get around in Bahrain. They are quick, convenient, and efficient with their service. Taxi drivers usually have a meter inside their car so keep an eye on it as you are being transferred to your location.

Bahrain also has a steady network of public buses that run from 6 am to 9 pm.

Laundryheap Services Are Available

If you are staying for a while and the laundry is piling up, here is a travel tip; just book a laundry service that does the laundry work for you!

Yes, that’s right – Laundryheap is available to book in Bahrain! If you need your laundry to be done, just get in touch with us and we’ll clean your clothes and return them back to your hotel within 24 hours!

We hope these Bahrain travel tips will make you even more prepared and excited to visit! It’s a truly remarkable place to visit and you’ll no doubt have a great time!

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How To Clean The Ironing Board

Ironing is synonymous with clean and fresh clothes. It helps keep the wrinkles away from our clothes and makes us feel good afterwards. However, while we focus on ironing our clothes, it’s easy to forget the importance of cleaning our ironing board. In this blog, we’ll take a look at how to clean the ironing board.

Like with everything we store in the house, ironing boards can be prone to dust, dirt and debris. If you don’t clean the ironing board, there is a high chance of all the dirt latching onto your clothes.

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1. Remove Cover and Pad

Before cleaning the ironing board, remove the cover and pad. In most cases, cover boards are fine to go inside the washing machine but always read the care label to be certain.

If your ironing board cover isn’t suited for a washing machine, proceed to manual wash. Spot the dirty stains and get one cup of water, one cup of vinegar and three tablespoons of baking soda in a spray bottle and start to spray the stained area. After a few minutes, get a damp cloth and wipe the ironing board.

2. Proceed Wiping The Ironing Board

To ensure you clean the ironing board effectively, get a good sanitizer, continue using a damp cloth and start wiping the top of the surface. Don’t miss any parts of the ironing board; be wary of any lurking cobwebs underneath the board. Wipe down the legs of the board and remove any cobwebs you see. Let the spray settle to ensure the best cleaning results.

3. Start Drying Your Ironing Board

Once you’ve cleaned the ironing board, replace your cloth with a dry one and start wiping it to dry it. Once it is fully dry, put back the ironing board cover and pad.

Your clothes are ready to be ironed again with no concerns of dirt or dust transferring to them!

It’s a general rule of thumb to clean the ironing board monthly if it’s stored in a good dust-free place.

A friendly reminder that at Laundryheap, we do offer ironing services. If your ironing board is not in good shape, just get in touch with us and we’ll iron your clothes to perfection!

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4 Ways To Make Your Washing Machine Last Longer

Washing machines need no introduction – they are an appliance that helps us with laundry but like with all appliances, malfunctions are common. Fortunately, you can reduce the chance of malfunctions happening. If you want to spend less money on repair or avoid buying a replacement, here are 4 ways to make your washing machine last longer.

Washing Machine last longer

1. Clean Consistently

It may seem poetic that an appliance that primarily functions on cleaning, needs to be cleaned itself. Look for any signs that your washing machine needs cleaning. Check for any mould or mildew. Bad smells are usually a sign that your washing machine needs cleaning.

Sometimes, if your clothes aren’t in the best condition, it could stem from the washing machine not being cleaned properly.

2. Double-Check That Pockets Are Empty

Believe it or not but it’s common for people to throw clothes into the washing machine without checking the pockets first. This could be because they are rushing their laundry and often times, they forget to empty coins and other items from their pockets. Consequently, coins can damage the drum because they go around the cycle.

3. Balance Your Laundry

Always make a habit of balancing your laundry and avoiding overloading clothes. Use your judgement and decide if there are enough clothes for one cycle. Patience is required to ensure there is sufficient space for each load of clothes. If you overload too many clothes, the drums inside will get overwhelmed and as a result, will damage the mechanical parts and it will absorb a lot of water.

4. Don’t Overuse Your Laundry Detergent

Make sure you’re using the right amount of laundry detergent. It can be tempting to put extra detergent on clothes with stains. However, more detergent can result in malfunctions and suds will only end up blocking the draining system; making it difficult for your washing machine to pump out water.

To be on the safe side, always pre-treat stains like chocolate, BBQ, ice cream etc.

Your washing machine takes care of your clothes, it’s only fair you take care of it by not overwhelming it.

If your washing machine isn’t working, just get in touch with Laundryheap! We’ll handle the laundry for you!

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Sights To See In Bahrain

Bahrain is a country located in Western Asia and a major tourist attraction for many due to its rich history. In a country that is known for its architecture, culture and museums, visitors have plenty of things to do. Here are the amazing sights to see in Bahrain.

Sights To See In Bahrain

1. Muharraq

One of the sights to see in Bahrain is Muharraq. If you are visiting Bahrain to explore its history further, we recommend Muharraq because it dates back to the Dilmun Civilisation and used to be the capital. The most iconic place to see in Muharraq is the Sheikh Ebrahim Bin Mohammed Al Khalifa Centre for Culture and Research. A place that is enriched with heritage.

Muharraq isn’t just known for its historical attractions, however. If you love football, you can visit the local team’s stadium too.

2. Bahrain National Museum

For a proper dive into Bahrain’s history, we recommend visiting the national museum in Bahrain. You’ll marvel at the architecture around it as you are walking toward the museum. There is so much more to offer when you go inside the museum.

3. Bahrain National Theatre

Bahrain’s national theatre is a must-see sight in Bahrain due to its majestic presence and iconic status in the Arab world. Currently, it is the third-largest theatre in the Arab world with a seating capacity of 1,001! If you love entertainment, you’ll love this theatre for its charm!

4. Bahrain International Circuit

The Bahrain International Circuit is one of the best sporting sights to see in Bahrain. The circuit has become a big attraction among Formula One fans and traditionally hosts the Grand Prix. Not only was this circuit the first in the Middle East to host a Formula One Grand Prix but it was also awarded the best ‘Organised Grand Prix’. If you really love cars, you can hop on a race car and ride along the F-1 track!

5. Wahooo! Water Park

If you’re travelling with family, the Wahooo! Water park is a beautiful sight to see in Bahrain. The waterpark is packed with rides, games, and pools to relax in. You and your family will have a great day out in this water park, especially if you go on super fun rides like Master Blaster, Matt Racer, Wave Pool etc.

Your clothes will get wet but you can always contact us to help you get them cleaned and ironed!

The water park is in the city centre that is home to the malls and restaurants.  Once your family have experienced the water park, you can go look around the shops in Bahrain or go for a nearby meal.

The sights in Bahrain are breathtaking with the perfect mixture of historical and modern attractions. If you are planning to visit, we wish you a great trip to a great country!

If you are staying for a week, consider booking a service with Laundryheap! We can handle your laundry for you while you enjoy your trip with no laundry hassle!

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Abu Dhabi: Expats Guide On Moving To UAE

Abu Dhabi is the capital and second-most populous city of the United Arab Emirates (after Dubai). The city is located on an island in the Persian Gulf, off the Central West Coast.

The whole of the UAE is home to over 200 nationalities, with Emiratis making up roughly 20% of the total population. It’s such a popular destination for Expats. This list will tell you all you need to know about moving to Abu Dhabi. 

guide to moving to UAE

What is it known for?

The capital of the UAE is a culturally unique city on the shore of the Arabian Sea. Abu Dhabi has been the traditional home of the federal government. The emirate owns 95% of the UAE’s oil production. As a result, the city provides a wealth of opportunities to ex-pats by allowing residents to live tax-free.

Abu Dhabi Island is the centre of the city, connected to the mainland by three bridges and surrounded by several smaller islands. The last decade has seen the city concentrate on developing its tourism, education, financial and cultural sectors.

Things to know before you go

Before you go to the UAE, you will need to apply for a visa. Most noteworthy, you will need a work permit, residence visa and an Emirates ID card. Often employers will apply for the visas for you and once granted, they last for up to two years. To get a residence visa for your family, you will need to show you earn at least AED 4,000 a month. 

Information to know once you arrive 

The main airport in the city is the Abu Dhabi International Airport, the second-largest in the UAE after Dubai. Another important detail to know before arrival is the currency, which is the UAE dirham (AED or Dhs) and is pegged against the US dollar at US$ 1: AED 3.6725. 

Arabic is the leading language spoken in Abu Dhabi, with English generally spoken throughout. As well to English, the other common languages spoken are Farsi, Hindi and Urdu.

Where to live?

One of the most desirable areas to live in the city is The Corniche on Abu Dhabi Island. The area is home to many mixed-use developments, hotels and malls. Similarly, the highly sought-after modern luxury developments found on other islands such as Al Reem prove very popular with Expats. Saadiyat Island is currently being developed with a host of villas and high-end apartment blocks and will be home to about 160,000 residents. 

While most Expats move to one of these Island suburbs, there are plenty of suburbs on the mainland suitable for potential Expats, such as Khalifa City along the Abu Dhabi – Dubai Road.

The weather

The climate of the UAE features a desert climate with hot summers and cold winters. Most days are sunny and pleasant except in the middle of the summer season (July – August) when it is VERY hot in the UAE.

As a result, the nicest period is during wintertime, which runs from October to March. The weather is moderate and pleasant during this time, making it ideal for sightseeing and outdoor activities. 

Moving to Abu Dhabi with family

The UAE is a very family-friendly country and a place you can make a fresh start with your spouse and children. Fortunately, English is widely spoken in Abu Dhabi, which makes the initial move more comfortable.

Family is highly valued throughout the United Arab Emirates, and this will give you a simple way to bond with locals and new colleagues. As for Education in Abu Dhabi, private or international schools are abundant, so there is plenty of option for your kids.

What is the food in Abu Dhabi like?

Brunch is very popular in Abu Dhabi, and beyond in the UAE. It is not uncommon for people to settle for double or even triple brunches in one day. Yes, you read that correctly, some people will repeatedly jump from one brunch to another once the weekend comes round. 

One staple food found all over the region is the national fruit: dates. You will see these fruits being sold everywhere and will often find them incorporated into local recipes. As well as these regional delicacies, you will be able to access almost every type of dining in Abu Dhabi, from high-end to fast food. Because of its diverse population, Abu Dhabi has a plethora of different cuisines, as you’d find in any big city. 

Another reason to go to Abu Dhabi is that Laundryheap operates there! We offer the people of Abu Dhabi a same-day laundry and dry cleaning collection with free next-day delivery.

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Facts About Copenhagen

Copenhagen is a beautiful city that attracts tourists every year. Located in Denmark, the city has so much to offer.  From cycling to coffee, check out these fun facts about Copenhagen!

Copenhagen

1. Cycling In Copenhagen Is Popular

When you think about cycling and European cities, you instantly think of Amsterdam but cycling in Copenhagen is also popular. To give you an idea of how popular cycling is, 55% of people commute to work by bicycle in Copenhagen in the year. Even when it rains, this doesn’t put off Copenhageners from cycling.

2. Euros Aren’t Accepted In Copenhagen

If you are planning to visit Copenhagen, just remember that the Euro isn’t accepted as currency. Make sure you have Danish Krones on you to get the best out of your trip to Copenhagen or most of Denmark!

3. Copenhagen Cares About The Environment

Copenhagen has a reputation for being eco-friendly. Perhaps this isn’t surprising when you consider that Copenhageners love to cycle. For its efforts in being eco-friendly, it was awarded the title of ‘Green Capital of The Year’ in 2014. This isn’t just a one-off as they are also setting goals to be entirely carbon-neutral by 2025!

4. Nyhavn Harbour Can Be Used For Swimming

If you love swimming, you’ll also love Copenhagen because the Nyhavn Harbour is so clean that you are allowed to swim in it! So make sure you pack your swimsuit if you are planning to visit the Harbour!

5. Laundryheap Services Are Available In Copenhagen

Copenhagen is a big city, and you deserve to explore it without distractions like laundry chores. If you are going to be cycling or swimming in the harbour, you’ll most likely need your laundry done.

Get in touch with Laundryheap and we’ll handle your laundry! Simply visit our website to book a service with us. We’ll collect your dirty clothes and return them to you all clean within 24 hours!

Laundry Services in Copenhagen

6. Coffee In Copenhagen

If you can’t go a day without drinking coffee, we have some good news for you. Copenhageners love their coffee and statistically, Denmark ranks 7th in the world for coffee consumption. Coffee shops in Copenhagen are like London buses; they’re everywhere and you’ll never struggle to find one!

And if you accidentally spill coffee on yourself, just get in touch with us and we’ll get rid of the coffee stains on your clothes!

These facts about Copenhagen will make you wiser the next time you visit the beautiful city! Comment below if you want to share more facts about Copenhagen!

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