Shopping is the norm when people visit new places. Visitors tend to buy unique souvenir items made by locals whether for their own collection or to give as presents to their friends and loved ones when they go back to their homes.
Here are some tips then as to the best places to go for shopping when in Denmark.
- Pissereden – Situated in the capital of Copenhagen, here you will find the Quartier Latin de Copenhague on Sankt Pedersstraede, Larsbjornsstraede and Studestraede where design and second hand shops abound.
- Lyngby Loppertorv – Every Sunday from the months of May to October, flea markets with more than 100 stalls are put up behind the Lyngby Storcenter.
- Horsholm Midtpunkt – This mall is literally your one-stop shop selling goods and services.
- NO v/ Lea Nortved Pedersen – Here you will find the NO design shop which sells accessories artistically designed by the owner.
- Atheneum Boghandel A/S – This is the place to go to if you’re looking for all kinds of English books.
- Royal Copenhagen Porcelain factory – Visit this place for your unique hand painted porcelain items. Quality workmanship is what this factory boasts of for a long time now.
- Hanne Gundelack House of Art and Design – This sells handcast items such as sculptures, table decors, candlesticks created by well known artists.
- Ravnsborggade – If you’re searching for antiques from furniture, jewelry to art and glass in Copenhagen, locate this street.
- W.O. Larsen – Tobacco lovers will love it here. Since 1864, the shop and museum at the same time has been providing a wide selection of cigars and pipe tobacco.
- Magasin Du Nord – This is the oldest and biggest department in the Danish capital with five stories offering a wide selection of goods including clothing for men, women and kids.