Shopping in Copenhagen seems to be the same as in other Central European cities. There are no special or unique fashion or music shops. The only things which makes Copenhagen special are its porcelain shops on the Amagertorv square. Those are original Danish and something very typical and traditional.
Silver, crystal, and porcelain are the Danish pride. Some of those souvenirs can be found in the shopping mall “Ilums Bolighus”. Copenhagen is also well known for its antiquities. The best shops are located around Amalienborg palace. Some others also in Kompagniestraede and Laederstraede.
The biggest antiquities store of Copenhagen is Green Square Antiques in Strandlodsvej 11b. The shop offers a sales area of more than 10,000 square metres. Mostly furniture, lamps, paintings, and silver is sold there. The store is specialized on Chinese antiquities.
Ravnsborggade is a street and the most important meeting place for antiquities in Copenhagen. Many different antique shops can be visited which offer many different antique wares. From junk to precious rarities. Everything is available there.
Royal Copenhagen Antiques is another important antiquities store of Copenhagen. The place delights with a wide range of glass and tableware, and can be found in Amagertorv 6.
Antique books are available in Grossell’s Antikvariat (Laederstraede 15), and Paludan Boger Boghandel in Fiolstraede 10.
Atrium is the name of the Scandinavian design center, and offers many products of the most famous Danish glassblowers and silversmithers.
All types of household appliances are offered in the multi-storeyed store called Bodum, which can be found in Ostergade 10.
There are also flea markets in Copenhagen. One with a lot of clothes and fashion is located on the square behind the city hall. This flea market is known as “Fredriksberg“. Gammel Strand is another interesting fleamarket of Copenhagen. Its location is in Christiansborg. There are some good antiquities as well. Some people call Gammel Strand a noble flea market. If you want to visit a typical flea market in Copenhagen, you should see Iraels Plads. Located in Norreport Station.