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which mall is better for shopping in a short time????

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which mall is better for shopping in a short time????

Hi

I am going to Copenhagen on 15th June as a business trip and I have limited time for shopping. would you pls let me know which mall is better also would you pls tell me at this time the malls are on sales or not?

kind regards

Leila

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1. Re: which mall is better for shopping in a short time????

Depending on where you are staying. Fisketorvet is near city center, Fields is the biggest, but I personally like Frederiksberg Centret. But you should consider Strøget, the pedestrian street in the city center. It has plenty of shops, and two department stores as well.

Not sure about sales, but they usually start mid-june.

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2. Re: which mall is better for shopping in a short time????

thanks alot for your kindness,actually our hotel is Admiral.I think its in the city center,

is it possible to let me know about the brands also prices in these mentioned malls.

thanks in advance

Leila

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3. Re: which mall is better for shopping in a short time????

What are you interested in buying?

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4. Re: which mall is better for shopping in a short time????

If you're at the Admiral, the easiest is definitely to go to Stroeget, the main shopping street. It's a five minute walk from your hotel. There are two large department stores, Magasin and Illum that both have really good fashion and homeware concessions. Definitely worth looking into. You can find info about sales etc on www.magasin.dk and http://www.illum.dk/ - Illum is open until 8pm on weekdays and I believe Magasin is roughly the same.

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5. Re: which mall is better for shopping in a short time????

many many thanks for your concern,actually I want to buy some cloths,shoes,bags,cosmetics. I like Zara & Mango &bebe also S&A and H&M, can I find this brands at this address???

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6. Re: which mall is better for shopping in a short time????

sorry C&A

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7. Re: which mall is better for shopping in a short time????

All of the brands you mention are available on Stroget or in the surrounding area with the exception of C&A which we don't have in Denmark.

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8. Re: which mall is better for shopping in a short time????

many thanks and Stroget is a name of street yes??? I am searching the city map in google but couldnt find stroget :(

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9. Re: which mall is better for shopping in a short time????

"Strøget" is the general name of several, individual walking streets, stretching from "Rådhuspladsen/Town Hall Square" to "Kongens Nytorv" Square.

The exact names of the streets are Frederiksberggade, Nygade, Vimmelskaftet, Amagertorv and Østergade.

There are a good deal other pedestrian streets near Strøget too.

Edited: 30 May 2014, 18:14
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10. Re: which mall is better for shopping in a short time????

Here´s a map showing pedestrian streets and zones in Copenhagen

(= those with the orange colour):

std.dkuug.dk/jtc1/sc2/wg2/docs/cop-map.html

Edited: 30 May 2014, 18:16