Go to Copenhagen Torvehallerne market this weekend!
Frederiksborggade 21, 1362 K benhavn,
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 10:00-19:00
At 10:00 on Friday - 20:00
At 10:00 on Saturday - 18:00
11-17:00 on Sunday
Time changes more, be sure to go again!
Contact number: +45 70106070
December's root Hagen,
The temperature is close to breaking below freezing.
The whole city seemed quiet,
But coming to Copenhagen Torvehallerne,
This is not just all of Denmark,
It is also one of the 35 largest food markets in the world.
The atmosphere began to heat up.
It was first used as a wet market in 1889,
In 1956, the entire market moved to Valby,
Eight years ago, sponsored by the Oitcon foundation,
The city of Copenhagen spent dkr60 million,
Danish architect Hans Peter Hagens was hired to design and build the ke interior market, which opened again in 2011 and covers an area of 7,000 square meters.
Vegetables, fruits, cheese, seafood, household tools,
More than 60,000 people a week come to shopping.
Torvehallerne market consists of cottages,
Shopkeepers sell everything from raw ingredients to Danish burritos.
Here, the density of good stores increases exponentially:
You can come in the morning GR Ø D drink porridge,
You can also chat with friends at Coffee Collective in the afternoon,
Stroll around in the evening
HALLERNES SM Ø RREBR Ø D drink a glass of wine,
There's more and more.
At the market, near Copenhagen
The freshest fruits and vegetables from any farm or farm.
Every day, the color of life
It's one of the most fascinating sights on the market.
If you like to cook,
This is absolutely everything you need.
And more than you think.
As the oldest country in Europe,
Denmark has a unique geographical location and is rich in seafood.
On-site live fish treatment,
I'm just going to cut open the oyster that's dripping with the water,
No one can refuse to be alive.
Torvehallerne market has nearly a hundred stalls,
Goods sold range from desserts, olive oil, cheese,
Everything from fresh fish to meat.
Not only the native Danish cuisine,
There are also special dishes from all over Europe,
Many stalls are available for tasting.
It's never hard to get a good drink in northern Europe.
After a day and a glass of mulled wine at dusk,
I couldn't help slowing down a bit.
As the Christmas season approaches, the whole market is decorated.
Go to Torvehallerne for a Christmas weekend,
Must be the happiest thing all year.