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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A place that is touted as the shoppers Paradise should be kept open for longer hours. We were disappointed to see most of the shops closed by 8:00 pm

Thank Sourav D
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Use Stroget to get from Nyhavn to, for instance, the museums or even Tivoli. It's an easy walk and provides opportunities to watch people, eat pastries and drink coffee at recommended stops, and visit stores like Ecco (Danish brand, excellent quality for less than the super luxe stores). From Stroget you can find your way to the Round Tower while you are at it, which is featured in the Atlas Obscura book.

Thank RoseDominguez
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Stroget is a long shopping street in the middle of Copenhagen. Here you will find local shops, high street brands like H&M and Zara and luxury brand like Chanel etc.
Definitely worth a visit if you have a hour of so to spare.

Thank Stephstraveldiary
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you go to Copenhagen to shop then this is the place for you. If not it’s still a lovely wide street to wander down and have coffee somewhere and drop in to see the beautiful Royal Copenhagen porcelain shop. Danish furniture is lovely so window shopping is a pleasure. Illums department store is fabulous. You’ll want all of it. And a beautiful coffee shop Cafe La Glacé is just off this road. Cakes are stunning.

Thank annieda
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Visiting Copenhagen the Walking Street “Strøget” is absolutely a place that you have to see. A fantastic atmosphere walking from the Town Hall Square and the Tivoli Gardens - passing lots of small cafes and restaurants, shop by shop, warehouses to “Kongens Nytorv” (King’s New Square) and “Nyhavn” (New Harbour) - an excellent place with the best atmosphere and a perfect spot to finish the walk having a nice beer and a meal.

Thank LarsK51
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you plan to see the actual Copenhagen streets buzzing with people, then this is the street. Streets are full of shops and eateries. We get multiple cuisines here and at varied prices. This street is close to many attractions and one of the most prominent ones is the Tivoli Gardens. Even if you are planning to take a memorabilia back home, then this is the street for good deals.

Thank ArvindYerram
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The coolest place I've been, so relaxed with the top shelf shops, bars, pubs, cafes, makes you want to live in Copenhagen. Street musicians, meeting places and close to everywhere you want to go.

Thank Chris M
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Chicago has its Magnificent Mile; Beverly Hills has Rodeo Drive; New York has Fifth and Madison avenues; London has Bond and Oxford streets; and Oslo has Karl Johan’s Gate. In Copenhagen, Strøget is the place to shop. Since at least the early 1700s, many of the city’s most famous and expensive stores have been located along this 1.1 km strip, which has been open exclusively to pedestrian access since about 1964. You’ll also find some of the most famous and expensive luxury brand chain stores in the world here, as well as many souvenir shops and fast food outlets. One thing you won’t find much of here is air conditioning, which we discovered when we visited during a July hot spell. We spent about three hours wandering around here, and enjoyed the winding streets with lots of benches and occasional fountains. Our favorite stores included the Royal Copenhagan Flagship Store, the Conditori La Glace pastry confectionery, and The Chocolate Hotel, which as far as we could tell, was just a chocolate store and not a hotel at all. Most of the buildings along the street date to the late 19th or early 20th centuries, with the oldest going back to 1616. These days, they estimate around 80,000 people use Strøget every day at the height of summer tourist season, and about 48,000 visit here on a winter’s day, with peak visitation of about 120,000 on the last Sunday before Christmas. I wish we could have spent more time exploring all the many side streets, but Strøget is definitely a must visit in Copenhagen.

Thank Dmarkwind
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

You came here due to curiosity about how one of the longest pedestrian streets in Europe is. You can find a great number of stores (raging from luxury brands like Gucci, Louis Vuitton...to budget-chains), restaurants, cafe... there. You may stop by a small restaurant, sit outside to enjoy traditional Danish open sandwiches and people watch. You should not miss this street if you love shopping or just come for window shopping. One interesting thing was that we were attracted to walk into a sparkling alley covered with glass ceiling by a man playing accordion. So beautiful!
BWT, I guess this street will look great at Christmas time.

Thank LisaWellOz
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful street of shopping and restaurants. There are almost always people playing music as well. The restaurants all have outdoor seating with heaters and blankets. A great way to people watch and have great food. Also very clean and safe.

Thank jsvatoews
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