Whatever the budget, a visit to the Stroget pedestrianized shopping precinct is a must when visiting Copenhagen. Shopping in Copenhagen is a restful experience especially when wandering along the longest pedestrian shopping area in Europe. This central area in Copenhagen is flanked by other main attractions including the City Hall Square located at the west end and the Tivoli Gardens. The Royal Danish Theatre can be found at the east end of Stroget at Kongens Nytorv which leads onto the Nyhavn area with its colourful buildings and restaurants - the perfect place to re-fuel after a day's shopping.
Enjoy a day shopping in Copenhagen
Budget-conscious shoppers should start at the Radhuspladsen end of Stroget where high street brand favourites like H&M can be found. Moving up towards Kongens Nytorv the shops evolve into exclusive international brand offerings such as Mulberry and Hermès. Whether in the area for some window shopping or looking for a few Danish treats, there is something for everyone in this bustling area. There are plenty of opportunities to people watch with cafes and buskers adding to the relaxed festival atmosphere of the streets.
Stroget is a wonderful place to spend some time soaking up the atmosphere of Copenhagen. The stylish architecture and fountains offer great photo opportunities to catch the city's skyline peeking between the buildings. Also don't miss out on family favourite the Lego shop, a nostalgia trip for adults and a fun way to spend some time exploring new toys for the kids.
Accommodation near Stroget
Keen shoppers will want accommodation in Copenhagen close to all the major sights. The Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen is a short 15 minute walk from the Stroget central shopping precinct. This modern hotel has 260 hotel rooms and suites to choose from, all showcasing Scandinavian design.