Central Copenhagen and its suburbs have shops, shopping centres, markets and department stores that will supply you with anything from designer labels to delicacies and discount goods. Items that are bought with advantage in Denmark are Danish designs in porcelain, silverware, and furniture.
|Normal opening hours:||Mon-Fri: 09:00 – 19:00|
|Saturday: 09:00 – 16:00|
|Sunday: some shops are open from 09:00 – 16:00|
These are supermarkets with student friendly prices:
…and the ones a bit more expensive and quality orientated:
All-round and bigger supermarkets:
Clothes and other stuff
You will find the best offers in the big shopping malls. The local shopping malls such as Glostrup Storcenter or Amagercentret are a little bit cheaper and less exclusive than the big shopping malls outside town.
Shopping centre in the city very close to the Central Station. There are more than 100 shops and restaurants and you can find a “Føtex” supermarket on the ground floor. There is also a cinema in the centre as well, featuring Scandinavia's largest screen.
One of the biggest shopping malls in Scandinavia, with more than 140 shops and an entire floor for all the fun - restaurants and entertainment. The mall is easily accessible by the Metro train. You will find a “Bilka” supermarket on the ground floor.
Shopping centre in Lyngby, one of the nicer areas of the Capital Region of Denmark. The mall is situated next to a pedestrian street with various shops. Here you can also find a “Føtex” and "Irma" supermarket (ground floor). There is a cinema next to the centre.
You will find out that Danes like to organize flea markets “loppemarkeder”. You can usually find a flea market somewhere in your neighbourhood almost every weekend. Ads for “loppemarkeder” are usually placed in your local neighbourhood newspapers, on noticeboards in local supermarkets and a list is available online: Markedskalenderen.