Copenhagen is one of the most visited cities in Scandinavia, and for good reason. It’s full of Michelin star restaurants, stunning architecture, and, you guessed it, top class shopping. There are so many different neighbourhoods that are easily accessible from the city centre, all with something different to offer the discerning shopper.
The main shopping street in Copenhagen and the longest pedestrian thoroughfare in Europe. It’s an interesting mix of high street fashion brands like Topshop and Urban Outfitters alongside high-end boutiques like Gucci and Louis Vuitton. There are luxurious patisseries and cafes, Danish designer boutiques, and an award winning hot dog stand.
If you love vintage shopping, the Latin Quarter is the place to head. Consisting of Studiestræde, Larsbjørnsstræde, Teglgårdsstræde, and Skt. Pedersstræde streets, there are plenty of places to go style hunting. This neighbourhood is also home to Copenhagen’s oldest bakery, Sankt Peders Bageri. It’s most famous for it’s cinnamon rolls, a must try.
Head to this up and coming hipster side of town, known once as the red light district, for unique boutiques, particularly of the home-wear variety. Lokal and Dansk will make all of your Scandinavian interior design dreams come true. It’s also an area full of chic wine bars and funky cafes.
This street and several surrounding it have recently become the place for Danish designers to set up shop. Storm is a great Danish fashion house that should not be missed. Here you’ll also find beautiful boutique shoe shops, high end jewelry, and chocolate cafes. Head into Galleri K for more Danish designers like Charlotte Eskildsen and Dyrberg.
Copenhagen is a city full of high end fashion, delicious restaurants and cafes, funky neighbourhoods, and very stylish people. Around every corner there seems to be more to see, eat, and wear.
What are some of your favorite place to shop in Copenhagen?