Copenhagen shops and boutiques
The name of the city of Copenhagen translates as «commercial harbor». The city does not forget about this part of its history to this day. During the day, lures buyers with colorful shop windows and auction houses. At night, shops are replaced by clubs and bars with discos.
Popular retail outlets
- In the center of old Copenhagen, part of the streets are given over to pedestrians. Frederiksberggade, Nygade, Vimmelskaftet, Amagertorv and Ostergade, collectively known as Stroget, are located between New Royal Square, Old Square and the Town Hall. All conditions are created here for pleasant walks, contemplation of ancient buildings, shopping, rest in restaurants.
- Department stores «Illum» and «Magasin du Nord» - old-timers of Copenhagen. They offer a variety of products: furniture, interior items, clothing, household appliances, food. The clothes in them are mostly of expensive brands. The second department store offers a wider presentation of youth fashion and clothes of Danish designers.
- Many Danish designers have their own shops and close to «Illum» in «Galleri K.» - This «Malene birger», «Day Birger et Mikkelsen», «Designers Remix Collection by Charlotte Eskildsen».
- Almost right there at Frederiksberggade, 2 there is a good souvenir shop «Danish Souvenir Aps». Prices are lower than those offered by shops owned by museums. Figures of the symbol of Copenhagen - Little Mermaids, models of sailing ships, souvenirs in the national style will decorate the house and remind of the trip.
- Amagertorv street will not leave indifferent fans of interior from true designers. Even if purchases of fashionable furniture and other household items are not planned, it makes sense to visit the local salons, at least for the sake of craving for beauty. These are the shops of the Dane Georg Jensen, the shop-museum of the royal factory «Royal copenhagen», multibrand center «lllums Bolighus».
- For lovers of vintage, there is a direct road to a kind of second-hand «Ca roule ma poule» and «Greibe & Kumari». The mere fact that they are located in the Stroget area suggests that they are unusual. Here things are only from very famous brands in excellent condition..
- Stroget also houses the flagship store of the children's favorite designer. «Lego». Of course, here you can buy almost any of its models or individual parts, get acquainted with the history of the company and collect locks, starships, airfields, gas stations and much more - in the play area.
- On the streets of Kobmagergade and Osterbro, there are a large number of both mono-boutiques of Danish designers and multi-brands, for example, «Bruuns bazar», which no connoisseur of Scandinavian design will pass by.
There are many of them in Copenhagen. Flea markets work mainly on weekends during the warm season. The oldest «flea» is located on Israels Plads next to the train station. Official dealers and individuals here offer all types of antiques here. Another market with quality antiques is in the Forum Copenhagen area. An indoor market with its own café awaits visitors at Den Bla Hal.