Some of best shopping malls in Copenhagen are:
- Field’s department store, .
- Frederiksberg Centret,
- Amager Centret, and
Denmark is home to a plethora of elegant boutiques and fashionable shops. These stores can be found across Copenhagen. Every fashionista and design lover who admires the Danish minimalism style should visit the Danish capital. However, there isn’t always enough time to see both the city’s attractions and go shopping, which is where this list of Copenhagen’s greatest shopping malls comes in.
Shopping malls in Copenhagen
Copenhagen has a wide range of department stores and shopping complexes that are frequently open after normal business hours. Classic department stores as well as modern malls with everything from shopping to theatres can be found.
Featuring 93 shops, 20 restaurants, and cafés and 14 cinema halls, Fisketorvet is the third-largest shopping mall in Denmark. Opened in 2000 by the waterfront at Kalvebod Brygge, Fisketorvet has been welcoming millions of visitors to its fashionable boutiques and modern cinemas for over 15 years. Cycle down the popular cycle bridge known as Cycle Snake (Cykelslangen), which stretches among the popular department stores and other modern architecture buildings, and find yourself in one of the city’s most known industrial districts.
Field’s department store
Fields are the second-biggest shopping center in Denmark and one of the largest in Scandinavia. It is located in Ørestad, Copenhagen, close to the E20 motorway and Ørestad station on the Copenhagen Metro. It takes 10 minutes from Ørestad station to the city center (Kongens Nytorv Station). Alternatively, it takes 7 minutes by regional trains on a direct railway link to Copenhagen Central Station. Amongst luxurious hotels and modern architecture department buildings in Copenhagen’s newly-built area of Ørestad, you’ll find Field’s.
A department store with the best in fashion and design couldn’t be missing from Copenhagen’s posh neighbourhood. Frederiksberg Centret opened its doors for the first time in 1996 and today counts 90 shops of all types. From clothing boutiques and jewellery stores to a bookstore and a toy shop, FRB.C offers plenty of choices for those who want to buy a little token from Copenhagen or add a Scandinavian-style garment to their wardrobe.
Amager Centret is located on Amager island close to Amagerbro metro station and around 30 minutes’ walk from Freetown Christiania. The relatively modest shopping centre might not be as impressive as Illum or Magasin du Nord but it has 65 stores as well as nine restaurants and cafés plus two supermarkets, which are all you need for a relaxed shopping day.
Since 1891, ILLUM has been delivering only the best of fashion and design to Copenhageners and is still considered to be one of the most prestigious department stores in Denmark. Located in the city centre, Illum is a great spot for a shopping break and a cup of coffee at the spectacular rooftop, where stylish bars and restaurants serve refreshing cocktails and delicious meals all day long. Clothes, Scandinavian design items and beauty products from renowned Danish and international brands such as Baum und Pferdgarten, Heliot Emil, and Fendi fill the store’s four floors, offering a unique shopping experience to visitors.
source: culture trip