Torvehallerne, Copenhagen, Denmark

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Frederiksborggade

Copenhagen, Hovedstaden 1360 Denmark

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+45 70 10 60 70

http://torvehallernekbh.dk/‎

  • 2 mentions in Top 10 things to see in Copenhagen during a weekend

    • Lo M.

      Lo M. said, "...Promenade A drink at sunset at Halvandet Running around the lakesVisiting Rosenborg Slot and the Botanisk Have (Botanical Garden) Shopping in Torvehallerne Riding your bike to Dragor Eating at one of the restaurants facing the lakes such as Thai Pan or..." See More

    • nathan t.

      nathan t. said, "...the Kronborg slot is a very impressive castle. For places to eat, I recommend Formel B, Amass, Geranium, Told&Snaps, Andersens Bakery, Torvehallerne, Kødbyens Fiskebar, and Restaurant Geist. Hope you have a great time, I miss Copenhagen dearly and can't wait..." See More

  • 1 mention in Copenhagen 2016

    • Maria O.

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      Maria O. said, "...asked by a ticket inspector onboard. Hire a bike and travel like a local. It's really safe here. (2) Eat in Torvehallerne a brilliant market which has everything you could possibly want to eat! I picked up really nice salads for..." See More

  • 1 mention in Summer time in CPH- what are great museums and Danish design shops to see?

    • Jake M.

      Jake M. said, "...throughout the city, visitcopenhagen.com has a good list. Start a shopping trip with department store Illums Bolighus and the market hall Torvehallerne and from there explore the smaller boutiques...." See More

  • 1 mention in Great restaurants -- without reservations?

    • JR J.

      JR J. said, "...not your typical restaurant, but more of boutique food court, kind of like the Ferry Building in San Francisco. It's called Torvehallerne. Tons of different food/beer/desserts. It's great for lunch or an early dinner...." See More

  • 1 mention in Design enthusiast spending 5 days in July

    • Matthias H.

      Matthias H. said, "...coffee - my personal favourites (and I drink a lot of coffee): The Coffee Collective A/S - alternatively their location in Torvehallerne where you can find a ton of great food too. Original Coffee - on top of Illum, a Macy's-like..." See More

  • 1 mention in What would be the perfect local experience in Copenhagen?

    • Dennis J.

      Dennis J. said, "...of the areas outside of the innercity e.g. Vesterbro (Go to Istedgade, the old meatpacking district and Carlsberg) and Nørrebro ( Torvehallerne, Elmegade, Blågårdsgade) which is really cool and special in each way. Have a good trip and let me..." See More

  • 1 mention in 2 days in Copenhagen -- Hit-list recommendations

    • Dennis J.

      Dennis J. said, "...of the areas outside of the innercity e.g. Vesterbro (Go to Istedgade, the old meatpacking district and Carlsberg) and Nørrebro ( Torvehallerne, Elmegade ,Blågårdsgade) which is really cool and special in each way. Have a good trip and let me..." See More

  • 1 mention in Favorite ice cream shops in CPH?

    • claus a.

      claus a. said, "...ago. They have been insanely popular over the past few years. If you like gourmet then you should also pop by Torvehallerne where you can also find ice cream and various other gourmet things in a casual but trendy setting...." See More

  • 1 mention in What should I not miss in Copenhagen?

    • Chryssa O.

      Chryssa O. said, "...Europe at 1.1 km. Rundetårn: one of the many architectural projects of Christian IV, it was built as an astronomical observatory Torvehallerne: great food market with lots of shops Rosenborg Slot: a renaissance castle, originally built as a country summerhouse..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best Coffee Collective location?

    • Heather C.

      Heather C. said, "...I haven't been to them all but I think that the Torvehallerne food halls where they have a stand at the entrance are fabulous in their own right. I also visited their tiny place in Nørrebro but it's more to take..." See More

  • 1 mention in Things to do between Copenhagen and Legoland for both adults and kids?

    • Rene R.

      Rene R. said, "...is lots of space for the kids to fool around. Another fun place in town that works for all ages is Torvehallerne. It is a sort of upscale food market with great coffee, lots of food stalls with (for Copenhagen)..." See More

  • 1 mention in Playgrounds and dining side by side?

    • Nikolaj N.

      Nikolaj N. said, "...for Meyers Deli Magasin to be enjoyed in Kongens Have Spisehuset 56° has an awesome space outside for play. Go to Torvehallerne to pick up food and drink and head off into Kongens Have Botanisk Have (Botanical Garden) or Ørstedsparken. (With..." See More

  • 1 mention in Sunday/Monday Dining

    • JR J.

      JR J. said, "...For casual eats go check out Torvehallerne. It's an indoor/outdoor food hall. Kinda like a mini Ferry Bldg in SF but more food centric. It's one of those places you see and think, "i wish we had one of these..." See More

  • 1 mention in 8 hour layover in Copenhagen? What can we do?

    • JR J.

      JR J. said, "...for a beer where you can sit outside. Probably the best food in Nyhavn would be at Cap Horn. Also the Torvehallerne is a very cool newer food mart where you can eay/drink. Some of the coolest squares in the city..." See More

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