Get into the Christmas spirit
Experience a good old-fashioned Christmas with Christmas trees and decorations, 180,000 sparking Christmas lights, secret pixies, reindeer and Santa’s sleigh. Visit Copenhagen’s charming Christmas village with cute little log cabins imported directly from the Tyrol. Go Christmas present hunting in cabins with the best Christmas decorations in town, all packed to the brim with fine glass, paper cut-outs, delicacies, woollen socks and knitwear.
Enjoy German frankfurters from the giant barbecue, and the Reich family’s homemade glühwein, made by renowned master brewers since 1882. A sweet Tempranillo wine blended with cinnamon, cardamom, and orange and lemon peel. Enjoy hot chocolate with whipped cream and apple punch made from sweet apple juice with aniseed, orange and cloves. Relish the warmth and cosiness of the most charming Christmas village, next to the Strøget shopping street, Illum’s department store and the Stork Fountain.
Discover an old-fashioned Christmas universe in the heart of Copenhagen’s ancient medieval city. Højbroplads is the heart of Copenhagen. It emerged after the fire of 1795 after demolishing the block between Store Færgestræde and Højbrostræde. In 1902, the square, which was used as a vegetable and flower market, saw the erection of Vilhelm Bissen’s equestrian statue of Bishop Absalon.
We look forward to welcoming you to the most charming, prettiest Christmas market in Copenhagen.
Monday to Wednesday: 11 am – 7 pm
Thursday 11 am – 20 pm
Friday: 11 am – 9 pm
Saturday: 11 am – 9 pm
Sunday: 12 am – 7 pm
Monday – Wednesday 11-19, Thursday 11-20, Friday 11 – 21, Saturday 10-21, Sunday 11-18