The new marketplace in Copenhagen, near Nørreport station (S-train, buses, Metro, Regionaltog, Oresundstog), Torvehallerne at Israels Plads has just opened. You will find 74 shops and coffee shops inside and some outside, lots of specialities from Denmark, lunch restaurants, baker shops, butchers, fishmongers and a few shops with fresh farm products. Fancy and good looking shops, but has very little to do with a traditional farmers market with lots of fresh produce right from the country side, if you ask me. I know you didn’t, but I’ll tell you anyway. But it looks inviting, lots of interesting and delicious products, a neat place to see if you’re visiting from abroad. And they can offer nice and clean restrooms, with wheelchair accessibility, and hopefully an upcoming changing facility for babies., read more about Copenhagen restrooms at Need 2 Go Now Places
And as an extra treat, if you drop by a Saturday, you’ll find an antique flea market on the other side of Israels Plads, read more here
For the older kids, Israels Plads can even offer a neat and newly remodelled playground, at the far back side close to the Ørsted Park by the Car park, read more here.
Opening hours for the new Torvehallerne are: Monday Closed, Tuesday-Thursday 10am-7pm, Friday 10am-8pm, Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4pm.