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Copenhagen Shopping

Copenhagen’s designers are among the world’s most promising.  Due to this fact, the city’s retail scene is varied in price and styles.  Those who love to shop will marvel in the number of one-of-a-kind boutiques and the amazing opportunities for finding real bargains while Copenhagen shopping.

Shopping Centers
If you wish to start your Copenhagen shopping at a large venue, Fisketorvet by the harbor is a great choice.  This stylish shopping mall is a fine example of Danish architecture.  It features four stories filled with outstanding retailers, a food court and entertainment.  Among the most frequented stores is Luciano Grosso, where the gentlemen enjoy buying.  It stocks a great selection of suits, shirts and casual wear.  The ladies, on the other hand, buy at Provoque.  They carry the latest trends in clothing.  And for unique lingerie and sleep wear, Wunderwear is a must.  The center is also home to icons like Esprit and Pieces which specialize in footwear and leather accessories for the young crowds.  If you’re in the mood for a movie, the Cinemaxx offers a wide selection of films.

Another fabulous hot spot to do all your Copenhagen shopping is the Frederiksberg Center.  It’s big and varied in merchandise. There’s something for every member of the family.  There are superb boutiques selling baby’s first clothes as well as teenagers’ chic.  And when in need to refuel, the food court offers great meal choices. 

A Shopper’s Dream
Both locals and tourists alike love to walk down the streets of Kronprinsesgade for their Copenhagen shopping needs.  It’s the place to see and be seen.  It’s home to boutiques owned by young Danish fashionistas who are blazing the trail of the European fashion trends. 

Tip:  Find out when some of the boutiques feature special shows.  It’s an excellent opportunity to see the models strut down the catwalk with the latest for Copenhagen shopping. 

Specialty Shops
Those who appreciate the old and well preserved will want to do their Copenhagen shopping at GB Antiques.  They carry a wonderful collection of glassware and silverware from different periods. 

And for exquisite furnishings, home décor and antique paintings, the Gallery of Christopher Egelund is a superb establishment for Copenhagen shopping.  Even if you’re not going to purchase something, the shop has beautiful examples of Asian and European antiquities for you to see.  

You’ve probably heard that Royal Copenhagen china has been around since 1775.  The factory which you’ll have to include on your list of places for Copenhagen shopping was first opened under auspices of the Queen of Denmark.  Its chemist Franz Muller perfected the art of making hard porcelain and created the most magnificent blue fluted plates, cups and saucers.  The firm’s signature pattern which you’ll see displayed is the Flora Danica.  It   was commissioned by the King especially for Russia’s Catherine the Great.  Presently, it’s the most expensive tableware in the world.  The china is so beautiful and delicate that it’s the still the choice of some of the palaces and embassies around the globe even today. 


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