Strøget is the longest shopping streets in Copenhagen and even in Europe.
Common opening stors hours:
Monday - Friday: 10.00 to 18.00 or 19.00 (10 am - 6 or 7 pm)
Saturday: 9.00 to 15.00 (9 am - 3 pm)
Sunday: only bakeries and souvenir shops.
One of two large department stores - Det Ny Illum is situated half-way down Stroget, at Amagertorv.
A other one - Magasin du Nord is located across the Royal Theatre.
What to buy: Malls may have longer opening hours.
What to pay: Depend
Stroeget is Copenhagen's main pedestrian shopping street. Here you will find most of the major international retail names - and prices similar to London and New York. But do try to visit the small neighbourhood shops, many of them lively, funky and unique.
Selling latest fashion trend clothing for women, men & children.
A long pedestrian lane of shopping store catering to everybody's favourites design label Mango, Adidas, Hermes, H&M. Marlboro Classic and more....
The shops lining Stroget are not to be missed. While some of the prices are expensive, there is an amazing variety of high end and bargain goods. You can buy clothes, shoes, electronics, art, jewelry, furnishings, etc. It is always crowded and festive, particulalry on the weekends. If you are traveling with non-shoppers, they can always stop off at a sidewalk cafe for a drink or head to Nyhavn just a quick walk away.
What to buy: Copenhagen has amazing interior furnishings. The Royal Copenhagen china shop is also located on Stroget. Shoe stores also abound - one danish brand to look out for is Bianco.
What to pay: Prices range from very low to very high. It all depends on what store you go into.
This main walking street full of all kinds of shops , u would find here big shop centers such as Illum and Magasin as well.Full of restaurants and small caffes.
Stroget is the main shopping street in Copenhagen. A beautiful narrow pedestrian walkway full of many shops.
In Ströget, Europe´s longest shopping street that is over 4 km´s long, you really can find everthing you need. It runs all the way from Kongens Nytorv up to the Radhus Platsen.
Stroget is a pedestrian only street that is the main shopping street in Copenhagen. It includes numerous restaurants, souvenir shops and the flagship shop for Legos.
A street full of shops and interesting buildings to see. It stretches for miles and if you can't find what you're looking for, it's probably not available anywhere!