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Visiting the Torvehallerne in Copenhagen

The Torvehallerne in Copenhagen


Torvehallerne is an amazing market full of delights in Copenhagen. The first thing that I saw when I visited the capital of Denmark was this place. Seriously, when I left the train station I saw it, and I was like “Yeap, this trip is going to be good!”. If you don’t know yet, I’m crazy about markets; I love everything about them. This place is pretty big and well organized, it’s divided into two barns.

I kindly call them “Sweety Barn” and “Salty Barn” (my definition, of course) because from what I realized one has more stands focused on salty food/products and the other has sweeter food/products. Again, that’s just a very general division that I made to differ them. You can find a big vary of products in there, from spices to beers, and also some delicious bites to eat inside or outside of the market (they have outdoor tables).

I kindly call them “Sweety Barn” and “Salty Barn” (my definition, of course) because from what I realized one has more stands focused on salty food/products and the other has sweet related food/products. Again, that’s just a very general division that I made to differ them. You can find a big vary of products in there, from spices to beers, and also some delicious bites to eat inside or outside of the market (they have tables outside).

The ambiance is nice, but it can get crowded at the end of the afternoon. Outside, you’ll also find a fair selling fresh products (fruits, vegetables, flowers) and a few others spots to grab a bite. The prices are ok, not the cheapest food but not the most expensive one as well. We (we were in two people) tried the Fish and Chips from the Fiskerikajen; the food was pretty tasty.

Budget-friendly tip: We got the food at the Fiskerikajen and bought a bottle of wine at the closest market. Best idea ever! The bottles at the Torvehallerne were much more expensive than the one we got.

The market opens every single day, but it doesn’t close too late. So, you better go early or during lunch/afternoon snack. If you are a food enthusiast, then you don’t want to miss it, I totally recommend a visit. It’s pretty easy to get in there; the Nørreport Station is the closest, one of the exits is almost inside of the market.

Here are the highlights of Torvehallerne in pictures

 

The Torvehallerne in Copenhagen

The entrance of the Torvehallerne in Copenhagen

The Torvehallerne in Copenhagen

Sweets at the Torvehallerne in Copenhagen

The Torvehallerne in Copenhagen

Fishes at the Torvehallerne in Copenhagen

Fish and chips at the Torvehallerne in Copenhagen

Smørrebrøds at the Torvehallerne in Copenhagen

Beers at the Torvehallerne in Copenhagen

The Torvehallerne in Copenhagen

The Torvehallerne in Copenhagen


Practical Information

When? Monday to Thursday from 10 am to 7 pm. Friday from 10 am to 20 pm Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm. Sunday and holidays from 11 am to 5 pm.

Where? Frederiksborggade 21, 1360 Copenhagen, Denmark | Official Website


 


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