Wednesday

Travel Denmark. Copenhagen - Breakfast and a browse at TORVEHALLERNE

There is this friendly neighbourhood market I just stumbled across by chance. What better way than to start the day with breakfast in town ...


TORVEHALLERNE - a neighbourhood market


The two steel market halls, which resemble greenhouses, form TORVEHALLERNE. Here you get pretty much everything you would expect to get at a neighbourhood market. Bread, fruit and veg, coffee, flowers, cheese, cupcakes, juices, olive oil. 

While I stroll around to take a few pics I even got invited to do some more. I love this friendly and open minded attitude of the stall holders. They most certainly were not your average “don’t-take-a-pic-I-am-special-and-stash-up-the-apples-in-a-very-certain-way-person.”  

Having a coffee and watching the people, old, young, couples with their babies in prams, locals and tourists doing their grocery and/or souvenir shopping for the weekend, it was an excellent start into the day.  








TORVEHALLERNE. Frederiksborggade 21, 1360 Copenhagen.

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