Field's, Copenhagen

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Arne Jacobsens allé 12, 2300 København S 70 208 505

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  • It's a mall world after all!
    It's a mall world after all!
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    Field's: The largest shopping mall in Scandinavia?

    by yooperprof Written Jan 16, 2007

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    It's a mall world after all!

    I know, I know, if you're from the USA you haven't come to Copenhagen to go a shopping mall! But if you ever face a rainy day in Denmark - and it could just happen - the shiny new "Fields" center in Ørestad is a good place to get some of your gift shopping for the folks back home.

    What to buy: All the standard stuff

    What to pay: Lots of Krøner, but who's counting?

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    Fields: Shopping Mall

    by jonkb Written Apr 7, 2004

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    Europeans and Americans has long had a thing for shopping malls. Now another of these malls has opened just outside Copenhagen. Bigger than ever. With it's very own highway intersection, and close to the airport: Fields

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  • Field's: Shopping at the airport?

    by liggjash Updated Jul 12, 2012

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    When at Kastrup airport, and you intend to look for some shopping, look no further as there is a large shopping center a couple of train stops away from the airport with much better choices and prices. Virtually just tobacco is cheaper at the airport.

    From the baggage hall at the airport, you walk straight ahead through the terminal until you see the exit on both sides to the train. By a ticket for 2 zones either in the machine or at the desk (just ask for Field's shopping center). Walk down to the train stop. Make sure you chose the exit NOT marked Malmø, or you'll end up in Sweden. If the train is marked Nivå or Helsingør, you are on the right track, literally.

    Ride to the second train stop called Ørestad, and you're at Field's shopping center.

    If you have time to spare, you should forget about shopping at the airport, as the prices are outrageous on most items.

    What to buy: Field's is an enormous mall with all sorts of shops. For something really danish, try the supermarket and look for food items.
    Danish made cookies and chocolates are nice. Winegums too. Fish lovers can buy nice pickled herring in jars. A fast lunch on the street should involve a traditional hot dog from one of the street vendors.

    What to pay: Scandinavia is not cheap, but looking for local products will get you a nice price.

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    Field's and Fiskertorvet: Two major malls to check out in Copenhagen

    by chenvova11 Written Jul 12, 2009

    Hello, I have just checked it and unfortunately there is no C&A story in Copenhagen. I have checked it on their website and also I don't remember having seen or come across their logo. Normally, when I see a logo I would recall it. But there are hundreds of other similar shops you may want to check out. For example, check these: (huge shopping mall), here is another one They have lists of all shops you may want to check out prior our trip. Good luck!

    What to buy: pretty much everything you can thing of

    What to pay: varies

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