This place is well out of Copenhagen's inner city, but the trip to Amager might be worthwhile if you really want to shop big. Here, size definitely does matter as the building boasts a 70,000 square feet of shopping space with rare European antiques of almost every style and age. The price range is mid to high-end. The shop specializes in Chinese antiques, being best known for its Chinese furniture and wedding objects in red and black. You will also find a large selection of Danish antiques from the 18th and 19th Centuries.
Aplace is a high-end fashion boutique in Malmo which stocks a wide range seasonally-inspired fashion clothing, footwear, and accessories for men, women and children made by various fashion designers from Sweden and around the world. The store also a wide range of kitchenware, stationery, candles, books and electronic gadgets. Walk into an Aplace store to get a taste of the best of Scandinavian and International fashion.
Located in the heart of the city, Gustav Adolf Torg is a prominent public square. Not only is the square nestled amidst a number of historical buildings and important landmarks but the square is also close to The Old Cemetery. Besides the buildings, the square is also known for the number of sculptures and architectural pieces scattered across it as well as the number of cafes and shopping stalls housed here. The square is host to summer festivals as well. Whether you marvel at the historic Children Playing sculpture, relax in one of the cafes or shop for souvenirs, you can be rest assured of a memorable time in the buzzing space that is Gustav Adolfs Torg.
Situé à Strget dans le centre de Copenhague, Illums Bolighus est l'un des magasins de meubles et de décorations les plus branchés du pays. Le magasin s'étale sur quatre étages et contient tout ce dont vous pourrez avoir besoin pour la maison, des immenses armoires aux tout petits accessoires de cuisine. La plupart des produits sont fait par des noms classiques comme Georg Jensen, Dux et Bodrum. Les prix sont généralement assez exorbitants mais la qualité est exceptionnelle. Veuillez vérifier le site web pour les horaires qui sont saisonnières.
Le Royal Cristal de Copenhague à Amagertorv est situé à côté de l'établissement royal de la porcelaine de Copenhague. Au rez-de-chaussée du magasin de cristal est exposée à l'admiration des spectateurs une grande collection de cristaux, de services de verres à vin, vases, saladiers et autres objets en verre. Au premier étage du magasin sont exposées des pièces uniques d'objets en verre avec des expositions du travail d'artistes et de designers danois et internationaux célèbres.
Arnold Busck est l'une des librairies les plus populaires à Copenhague. Elle est située à Kbmagergade, une rue transversale à Strget et l'une des rues commerçante les plus animées de Copenhague. L'université de Copenhague est proche et à l'origine la boutique était destinée aux étudiants en littérature. Maintenant elle est devenue "publique" avec un accent spécial sur les livres traitant de l'art et de l'architecture. La sélection de livres de fiction est aussi grande. Depuis un an ce magasin a une vente et malgré que ce soit bondée, c'est un bon endroit pour faire de bonnes affaires.
Enjoy freshly brewed coffee at this micro-roastery and coffee boutique located in the heart of the city. Established in 2004, Risteriet was an early entrant in in the city's flourishing coffee culture. Their keen focus on quality right from sourcing the best beans to perfect roasting has made them a standout among the city's coffee houses. The store interiors are cozy, and suited to leisurely conversations over a cup. There's a bar area as well serving up espresso drinks as well as tea and hot chocolate. Apart from this, there's a small section selling freshly roasted coffee as well as brewing equipment and accessories. Check website for more.
The Danish Art and Christmas Shop is a real tourist attraction, with the rich variety of Danish Christmas decorations and art displayed on the shelves of the store. It is possible to watch the craftspeople braiding Christmas hearts and to buy a rich variety of crawling pixies, hearts, Christmas mobiles, knitted elves, Christmas mice, hay Christmas trestles, advent calendars in felt and jumping cardboard elves. The shop also sells ordinary souvenirs and Danish art articles, such as Little Mermaid miniatures.
Faraos Cigarer, operating from two neighboring locations on Skindergade, is somewhat of a mecca for gamers and comic book nerds of Copenhagen. One of the most popular comic book stores in the Danish capital, this vibrant gem of Kobenhaven K, is also the sole retailer of Tintin merchandise. In fact the place is also named for the fourth album of Adventures of Tintin, Cigars of the Pharaoh (Faraos Cigarer when translated in Danish); needless to say, this place is collector's dream! Apart from that, they offer a wealth of fan paraphernalia like teeshirts, wall clocks, figurines and other collectibles. The wonder doesn't stop here, located right next door to the comic book store, is the gamer's favorite haunt - discover a galore of board games, card games, role play games, DVDs, CDs and lots more here.
The Booktrader is the main English language bookshop in Copenhagen. It is located in the Latin District of the center of Copenhagen. For a specialist bookshop it is rather big, perhaps because it has two specialties. Primarily, the shop sells books in English, mainly by English authors. The selection is wide and the ambience is somewhat British. The store also specializes in books on history of art and philosophy. In these fields, the languages vary from English to Danish and German. The sections in both specialties are good.