This is one of the most talented pedestrian streets in Europe, one end of which is Copenhagen City Hall! Walking along Stroget Street, you can see shops, ancient buildings, big brands, famous Nagasin Du Nord Department Store and Royal Copenhagen Porcelain in Denmark.
Before leaving Copenhagen, I went to the pedestrian street for a stroll. It was very busy. There were exclusive stores, shopping malls, small shops, luxury brands and general brands. There are also many old buildings and beautiful street scenery. Due to time constraints, I took a quick look, bought only a T-shirt and left without taking more pictures.
Copenhagen's busiest and most prosperous area, a variety of commodity stores, price grades are in line with the taste of all kinds of people. Street performers do their best, and tourists naturally enjoy it. One of the most interesting pedestrian streets in Europe.
The first project to get to Gen Hagen was to go shopping. The surprise was to see the famous Danish brand Lego LEGO flagship store in the plan. The prototype of LEGO was born in a small village in Denmark. In its early years, it was a wooden toy. In 1949, it became a plastic brick-like toy that could be connected. In 1954, it registered the LOGA trademark. Baidu introduced that LEGO is a composite of Danish "leg godt", meaning "play well". In Latin, the word means "I put together" (I built them up). Lego uses "play on" (always playing) as its brand self-expression, which is in line with the brand meaning of "LEGO" "play well". This colorful flagship store is the kingdom of children's happiness, and many adults are putting together all kinds of shapes, which are full of joy and recall childhood.
Before leaving Denmark, I came to the pedestrian street. One end of the pedestrian street is New King's Square and the other is City Hall. The new King's Square is under repair. It's not very beautiful. There are all kinds of famous brand stores on the pedestrian street, what donkey brand, etc. There are also many local brands. Danish Royal Silver Shop George Jason, Porcelain Shop Royal Copenhagen have, Denmark's famous audio B O here are also franchised shops, want to buy earphones do not miss. ECCO shoes of course are also available, discount money is very cost-effective, you can also refund tax!
Small installation art can be seen everywhere in King's Square Pedestrian Street. Creativity is limitless. It is the longest commercial street in Europe, with a total length of 3 km!! Officially into a state of rampage ~! There's a good ice cream shop at the entrance of the pedestrian street in King's Square, Denmark. The brand here is more acceptable, that is, the store is not big, not many styles ~!