Strøget street, the main artery of Copenhagen and believed to be the longest pedestrian street in Europe at one kilometre long, was provisionally closed to vehicular traffic in the sixties, but this became permanent when the bustling pedestrian shopping proved to be successful. Its cobbles lead from the area of the Royal theatre in Kongens Nytorv to the Town Hall Square and Tivoli Gardens. In Strøget you'll find everything from large shopping centres and luxury brands to small gift and craft shops, among which there is no shortage of Little Mermaid miniatures, the symbol of the city. The terraces sprinkle this lively stream of street performers and is crossed by several shopping streets, so if your wish is to spend a day shopping, the best starting point would be Strøget street.
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