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Shopping

Apart from the monetary aspect (some items may be quite expensive), Copenhagen is a perfect city to walk for shopping. Be just to stroll and see the window shopping (and what beautiful windows!). Even if it is to find one very special article of clothing or to buy a work of art.

The Strøget is a one-stop destination. Here in this vast open-air shopping area with about two kilometres, are the hallmarks of the most exclusive clothing and accessories, such as Prada, Kenzo, Mulberry, Chanel and Hermes. If the option is something else in mind, the areas along Strøget Pisserenden and known as The Latin Quarter, boast an interesting mix of shops: from spaces selling antiques shops to super-cool (vintage, second-hand clothes, accessories or disks). And it has the advantage of having less movement than Strøget.In terms of design - has been one of the great levers of the Danish city - Munthe plus Simonsen store is one of the best known. But the council is also to visit the gallery of two floors Designer Zoo in Vesterbrogade 137 (www.dzoo.dk).Arriving at the hottest time of year, between May and September the city hosts many street markets. This is the opportunity to find unique items, antiques or second-hand objects The most central is the Gammel Strand market, open on Fridays and Saturdays between 08.00 and 18.00. There are still others like Nørrebro Loppemarked or Gentofte, where he also sells furniture and second-hand clothes

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