Top 30 attractions

Most of Copenhagen's major attractions are within walking distance. Here you will find a guide to the 30 most visited in Copenhagen and the capital region.

Copenhagen on a budget

If you want to squeeze as much as possible out of Copenhagen, without blowing your travel budget, here are some great affordable and free places.

Danish design shops

Functional. Elegant. Timeless simplicity. Danish Design is all those things and more. Here is our shopping guide to the best interior design stores.

Opening hours

Shopping in Copenhagen
Since the liberalisation of the socalled Danish closing hour law 1 October 2012, the shops in Copenhagen are allowed to stay open every Sunday and longer on Saturdays and weekdays.

Opening hours vary though, and department stores and supermarkets usually stay open longer. Outside ordinary shopping hours various kiosks are open for sale of tobacco, newspapers and sweets etc. Bakeries, florists and souvenir shops are usually open seven days a week.

These are the most common opening hours:

Monday - Thursday 10:00 - 18:00
Friday 10:00 - 19:00
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Sunday 12:00 - 16:00

For more information visit Copenhagen City Center's website. Information in Danish only.

In 2016 the shops will be closed:

1 January (New Year's Day) 
24 March (Maundy Thursday) 
25 March (Good Friday) 
27 March (Easter Sunday)
28 March (Easter Monday) 
22 April (General Prayer Day)
5 May (Ascension Day)
15 May (Whit Sunday) 
16 May (Whit Monday)
5 June (Constitution Day)
24 December (Christmas Eve)
25 December (Christmas Day)
26 December (Boxing Day)

Office hours:

Monday - Friday 09:00 - 16:00/16:30.


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