If one would equate a good shopping experience with the number of shopping malls or centers in a place, then Denmark will certainly not be far below in the list. But more than the number of shopping places to visit is the variety and quality of products being offered. Most of the more notable ones can be found in the vicinity of Copenhagen, Århus, Odense, and Aalborg. There are also shopping finds to be had in Frederikssund, Elsinore, Herning, Hillerod, Horsens, Kolding, Næstved, Randers, Roskilde, Slagelse, Vejle, and Viborg.
By virtue of being the capital city of Denmark, Copenhagen is expected to provide the most offering. It does not disappoint , ditto with its surrounding suburbs. Bredgade is a must-visit for hunters of fine antique art and furniture. Kongens Nytorv houses the most popular Danish fashion brands as well as interesting interior design shops. The main shopping street of Copenhagen is Strøget. This is where well-known department stores can be found as well as exclusive shops for both Danish and international brands. Læderstræde is a more quiet version with cafes to spend some time in while resting from jewelry, fashion, and interior design shopping.
The avant-garde market will find a shopping haven in the Latin Quarter which is located just on the other side of Copenhagen University. If you are into quality second-hand items, Jægersborggade is the place to be. Frederiksberg is where the Royal Copenhagen factory outlet shop can be found. This is where one can buy fine porcelain items which made the company very popular. For last minute shopping tasks, the shops in Copenhagen Airport can save the day.