Shopping in Copenhagen
No matter where you are in Copenhagen, you're close to high-end fashion at department stores and shopping malls and bargains from flea markets. There's a multitude of shopping opportunities in this city, whether you're looking for labels and brands from unique designer boutiques. We'll guide you to the best shopping in Copenhagen.
The best shopping in Copenhagen
Copenhagen is a shopping mecca without equal. You’ll find everything here from world-renowned Danish design and the biggest names in fashion to small, local art shops. Here are some of the best shopping streets in Copenhagen
Take a guided tour of the best shopping in Copenhagen!
Shopping on Værnedamsvej
Værnedamsvej connects Frederiksberg with Vesterbro. You’ll experience an almost Parisian atmosphere with wonderful pavement cafes, small specialty shops, and wonderful clothing stores. On Værnedamsvej, the locals meet over a glass of wine or a cup of coffee before continuing their shopping.
Hotels located in the vicinity of Værnedamsvej
Shop for the biggest brand names along Strøget
Strøget is the longest shopping street in Europe and is a must to visit if you’re looking for shopping in Copenhagen. Strøget stretches from Kongens Nytorv to Rådhuspladsen, and you’ll find shops that suit you perfectly whether you're looking for bargains or planning to do some serious shopping. Strøget also features historic city sights including Amager Torv, Copenhagen Court House as well as Gammeltorv and Nytorv.
Hotels close to Strøget
Jægersborggade – trendy shopping on Nørrebro
Pay a visit to Jægersborggade where 40 or so small, trendy shops await you. You’ll find one-of-a-kind jewelry, recycled clothing, and artistic furniture. If you have a sweet tooth, Jægersborggade is perfect for you. Tempt your taste buds with handmade sweets, delicious chocolate and ice cream made with liquid nitrogen.
Hotels close to Jægersborggade
Studiestraede - amazing outlet and vintage stores
This street in central Copenhagen has shops, galleries and cafés but is mostly known for it’s amazing outlet of vintage stores and gay bars. The oldest part of the street, between Nørregade and Vester Voldgade, is located in Copenhagen’s own Latin Quarter. The stylish shops on this street is everything but mainstream.