Christmas Market Copenhagen

For everyone who likes unique designs. For everyone with a sweet tooth. For everyone who just loves everything Christmas. The 2019 Christmas markets in Copenhagen are for everyone!

Experience a Christmas market in Copenhagen in 2019

Throughout November and December, Christmas markets galore will be popping up in Copenhagen. They're spread all over the city so you'll be almost certain of finding one, no matter which area you visit. One thing every Christmas market in Copenhagen 2019 has in common: A wonderful Christmas atmosphere!

Christmas at Tivoli

The Christmas spirit is alive and well at Tivoli’s Christmas market. You can visit Santa’s house here, see the enchanting Christmas scenes and of course try one of the many amusement rides at Tivoli. Christmas at Tivoli is open 16 November–5 January.

Christmas candles at Tivoli | Photo: VisitDenmark

Christiania Christmas market

Join us for a true Copenhagen experience at Christiania’s Christmas market. You’ll find everything here from homemade honey and handmade jewellery to imaginative Christmas decorations. If you get hungry, the market abounds with food stalls. The Christmas market is open 7–20 December.

Flids Christmas Market

Are you into unique and unusual handicrafts? Or are you looking for that special Christmas gift you can’t find in the shops? Then Flids Christmas Market is the place for you. You’ll find more than 100 booths filled with art, jewellery, ceramics and textiles. Flids Christmas Market is open 30 November–1 December.

Ceramics | Photo: Mette Johnsen, VisitDenmark

Christmas Market at Kongens Nytorv

Christmas festivities, elves and an abundance of Christmas atmosphere enhanced by the many beautiful lights of the square make the Christmas Market at Kongens Nytorv a must do on every Christmas lover’s list. Should you, against all odds, not find that special something, Strøget is located right behind the Market. The Christmas Market at Kongens Nytorv is open 15 November–22 December. 

Glazed apples | Photo: Niclas Jessen, VisitDenmark