Shopping in Copenhagen Besides offering a great classic shopping, the Danes are famous for their range of quality designed cloths, furnitures, glasswares, ceramics and jewelleries. The inner city has lots of exiting and creative handcrafters and designers with small ateliers. One of the things that make Copenhagen so attractive for shoppers is that you can do the whole thing by foot. Be sure you visit the pedestrian shopping street Strøget and Købmagergade with several small boutiques and the malls as Illum and Magasin. You can wander for hours and still find the shopping exciting. You find shopping malls in the heart of the city as in the outskirts of Copenhagen. In the shopping malls you find exclusive boutiques as well as chain shops represented all over Denmark.turkeyarena.com Strøget Main pedestrian street begins here Department stores, Cafes, Clothing, Design, Food, Gifts, Jewelry, Souvenirs, Shoes, Toys, etc. Field's Copenhagen Arne Jacobsens Allé 12 (5-10 minutes by train from City Center) Bed linens & comforters, Crystal, Danish design, Food, Gifts, Galssware, Handicrafts, Home electronics, Interior furnishings, Jewelry, Kitchen items, Porcelain, Souvenirs, Table linens. Georg Jensen Damask Ny Østergade 19 (map C4) Bed linens & comforters, Damask, Handicrafts, Table linens. Green Square Copenhagen Ltd. Strandlodsvej 11B (about 10 minutes by taxi from City Center) Antiques, Arts & crafts, Furniture, Gifts, Interior furnishings, Porcelain. House of Amber Langelinie Cruise Pier (map D2), Kongens Nytorv (map C4), Frederiksberggade 34 (map B5), Vesterbrogade 1B (map B5) Amber, Gifts, Jewelry, Souvenirs. Royal Copenhagen Amagertorv 6 (map B/C4) Handpainted Dinnerware, Figurines, Collectibles and Gift articles.