Bredgade is not only Copenhagen's ultimate shopping street but also a tourist trail that includes some of the city's monuments, such as the Amalienborg Palace and the Alexander Nevsky orthodox church. If you like antiques and objects with Nordic-influenced designs, luxury or avant-garde clothing brands, Bredgade brings together the best shops that are easy on the wallet, for little treats to the most exclusive gifts. Among the names that you'll find along the way are the window displays of Arne Jacobsen and Finn Juhl. You will recognise the unmistakeable chairs of designer and interior designer Finn Juhl, father of 1940s' 'Danish design', with their retro-modernist style, organic forms and luxury materials. Arne Jacobsen's lamps, coffee makers and psychedelic cutlery are another 'must' for your day of shopping in Copenhagen.
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