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Shopping at Denmark

Shopping is one most important thing in everyone life. I never seen a person not going for shopping, Denmark is same when it comes to shopping. But, only difference is some of products areexpensive compare to other part of world. But, when if your visitor to Denmark. Mostly you like to buy some souvenirs, gifts and clothing etc. if souvenirs and gift you can buy from here will mermaid status and amber which are kind of represent they are from Denmark.

You can get these souvenirs and gift from walking street near to Rådhuspladsen. If you're planning on buy other then these it differs according to your budget. You can see from high end product store to low end product store.

Common opening hours in Copenhagen are
Monday - Friday: 10.00 to 18.00 or 19.00 (10 am - 6 or 7 pm)
Saturday: 9.00 to 15.00 (9 am - 3 pm)
Sunday: only bakeries, florists and souvenir shops.
(Note: - some grocery shops will open from 10:00 to 22:00 or 23:00 everyday. every first Sunday of the month all grocery shops will be open)

Low End Shopping

In these shops you get product for low price, when you compare it to India they are bit higher. But, in Denmark all students prefer to shop here. For groceries Netto and Aldi, for clothing H&M, for furniture IKEA and for electronics Elgiganten

Medium End Shopping

These are shops between low and high end. Prices over here are reasonable. some time you get products in low prices when there is offer. When you like to buy meat, these shops are best to go for - Superbest, Superbrugsen, kwickly. When it comes to electronics, Fona is in this range.

High End Shopping

When I say high end don't be afraid to run to them. If you run into them and your luck you can get good product for good price if they have offer. For groceries Irma, even though prices are highyouu can get all kind of groceries here, which you may miss in other shops. Few department stores come into this category are Illum and Magasin .