Many of the leading Danish fashion brands have their own flagship store in the city centre, but you should also take the time to discover upcoming Danish designers located in small boutiques around the city.
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 2015 the shops will be closed:
1 January 2015 (New Year's Day)
2 April 2015 (Maundy Thursday)
3 April 2015 (Good Friday)
5 April 2015 (Easter Sunday)
6 April 2015 (Easter Monday)
1 May 2015 (Day of Prayer)
14 May 2015 (Ascension Day)
24 May 2015 (Whit Sunday)
25 May 2015 (Whit Monday)
5 June 2015 (Constitution Day)
24 December 2015 (Christmas Eve)
25 December 2015 (Christmas Day)
26 December 2015 (Boxing Day)
1 January 2016 (New Year's Day)
Monday - Friday 09:00 - 16:00/16:30.