Fashion- and flea markets
For scoping out upcoming Danish designers, we recommend FindersKeepers – an indoor design and fashion market situated in Copenhagen, Odense and Aarhus. To give your clients a glimpse of local low-key shopping culture, let them set out for some of the many open-air flea markets that are open from April to September.
The ultimate shopping experience
It’s not just the many famous, local brands that make shopping attractive in Denmark. Strolling down the sidewalks in the provinces or wandering in the old narrow streets of the city centres contribute significantly to the shopping experience. In Copenhagen, Strøget, the main shopping artery of the capital and one of the longest pedestrian streets in the world – offers a great variety of shopping opportunities, like the flagship store of Royal Copenhagen and the crown jewel of Danish interior design, Illums Bolighus. Outside of Copenhagen, cities like Aalborg, Odense and Aarhus present charming settings for shopping with a more local twist.
In the know
No matter the budget, Denmark offers exciting, cool and classic shopping experiences for every visitor. Browse our other themes to find ideas on accommodation and gastronomy in Denmark. After all, even hard-core fashionistas have to eat and sleep.