Malls of Copenhagen: Top 7 places you should visit 2024

A mall here is also a way to experience Danish architecture

Copenhagen is mostly associated with exciting smaller shops and preferably with unique products. But as an international destination, it also offers some substantial malls where you can shop under one roof. But it’s really not all about consuming. A mall in Copenhagen can also be a great place just to gather inspiration, experience exciting architecture and hang out when the rain pours down. Here we guide you to the most popular malls in and around the city.
By the way, don’t miss our list of specialty shops.

City 2

Out at Höjre Taastrup you will find City 2. Despite the fact that the area feels quite limited, the mall is all the more interesting. Here, it is a gigantic venue with open spaces and about 65 shops. There are of course also many good places to eat. You also find Copenhagen Designer Outlet.
From the train station it is a 10 minute walk to get here.
Cityringen 4, Taastrup

An incomparably large roof impresses most people


Probably the most well-known mall in Copenhagen. And its location near the bridge to Sweden makes it an international meeting place.
Around 100 shops are offered here. And you can easily reach Fields via Metro from the city. In fact, trains from Sweden stop right next door.
Arne Jacobsens Allé 12

Metro stops right outside

Fredriksberg Centret

A nice place in the upmarket district of Fredriksberg. Here there is a varied selection with a food section at the top of the house.
Falkoner Alle 21

Just before the shops open for the day

Amager Centret

86 different shops gather here. This is not the most modern place, and the lack of daylight takes away from the experience. However, the place is popular and despite the older premises well worth a visit.
Reberbanegade 3

Quite narrow walkways and low ceilings apply here

Fisketorvet Copenhagen Mall

One of the latest additions in Copenhagen. Its location next to the canal and the new IKEA city store makes it a pleasant experience. And here it is also really bright and spacious too. Unfortunately, the death of shops is also felt here and there are many vacant spaces. For more info click here.
From the city you can have a nice 25 minute walk along the canal to get here.
Kalvebod Brygge 59

I guess the artwork is supposed to represent a shoal of fish

Lyngby Storcenter

Lyngby storcenter has been around for quite a while. In fact, with its about 100 shops, it is one of the bigger malls. Moreover, a number of events are organized here and there are plenty of great places to eat. Overall a very nice place in beautiful surroundings.
The train station is just a few minutes walk away.
Lyngby Storcenter 1

Several interesting eateries on the main square

Waterfront Shopping

If you are in the vicinity of Tuborg and Tuborg harbour, you should not miss Waterfront shopping. Admittedly, it belongs to the smaller malls, but in return the location is super nice right next to the water and marina. In addition to shops, there are really good places to eat here.
Philip Heymans Alle 17

A waterfront modern mall in northern Copenhagen

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