The Best Thrift & Vintage Shops in Copenhagen

Hello everybody! I am always talking about all the thrift shops I am visiting whenever I am in Copenhagen, so I feel that it is only fair that I start to share some of these places with you. I don’t know why I have not done this sooner, but alas, here we are now. These are my favorite places in Copenhagen to shop preloved.

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Hjerte til Hjerte Genbrug, Nørrebrogade 116: this is a biiig store with tons of stuff and it is perfect if you love digging through boxes and racks for treasures. They both have clothes, furniture, and all kinds of household and decor items. It’s definitely worth a visit.

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Prag, Vesterbrogade 98A: Prag is definitely also a place worth visiting. They are one of those second-hand stores where everything is carefully selected. It is primarily 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s clothes and one of the most pricier places, but the quality is also amazing. Be aware that they also sell jewelry and accessories which are not second hand.

Røde Kors, Nørrebrogade 40: A good ol’ Red Cross store never hurt anybody, this one is pretty decent, yeah you wouldn’t expect thrift shops to be “good” or “bad” but somehow they just are.

Episode, Larsbjørnsstræde 8: This is another vintage shop with carefully selected pieces, but it is HUGE. There is so much stuff and if you need 70’s, 80’s and 90’s clothes, this is the place it be.

Gemmeren, Fælledvej 9: A small thrift shop, also on Nørrebro and this one is really reasonably priced. I’ve made tons of good bargains in this thrift store, especially shoe-wise. They always seem to have amazing shoes.

Røde Kors Mega Store, Fælledvej 4: On the same street as Gemmeren is the biggest Red Cross store I have ever seen, it has several floors and stocks everything from kitchenware, furniture, to books, and clothes. I have bought countless things in this store and it is a place I always have to visit.

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