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Stroeget, Copenhagen

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A shopaholic's dream come true, Stroeget is a large, traffic-free shopping area in the center of the city. Clear of motorized traffic since the early 1960s, this is one of the longest pedestrian-friendly streets in Europe. Bookended by two major public squares, the street opens up into a number of side alleys, each one dotted by upscale shops, bars, and restaurants. Bustling with tourists and street performers, the area attracts nearly 100,000 daily visitors at the height of the tourist season and about half that many during the colder months. Start your stroll or bike ride at the area's famous porcelain store, located inside one of the city's oldest houses. Plan your Stroeget visit and explore what else you can see and do in Copenhagen using our Copenhagen itinerary planner.
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Most of the hotels in Copenhagen are located in the central Vesterbro or hip Indre By areas, though there are many more adventurous (and somewhat more affordable) places to stay during your vacation. As in the rest of Denmark, accommodations in Copenhagen are quite expensive. If you're traveling on a tight budget, consider camping along the Mølleå River or staying in one of the city's many backpacker hostels. If you prefer an inexpensive hotel, explore options in the Helgolandsgade and Colbjørnsensgade neighborhoods. For a taste of Denmark's art scene, head to the up-and-coming Kongens Nytorv and Nyhavn areas. Travelers who like to stay outside of the main tourist areas should set their sights on one of the city's suburbs, like the northern section where you can stay at a beachfront hotel or on a houseboat.
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  • Strøget may be the part of Copenhagen i appreciate the least. It differs very little from pedestrian shopping streets in any other city of Europe. There are do many other places to be or things to exp...  more »
  • If you have time and would like to see one part of Copenhagen then Stroget or so called walking street is a good place. There are shops and eatery on the both side of road.  more »
  • This is a nice street to walk down. There are plenty of shops and food choices at a variety of price ranges.  more »