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15

International Street Market On Stroeget In Copenhagen

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International street market in Copenhagen

International street market

The first half of this weekend, I and Tatiana spent in Copenhagen with my sister’s family: two lovely kids. Then, on the way back home we decided to wander around the downtown area a little bit. On the “Strøget” street, which is a famous tourist attraction in Copenhagen, we ran into an international street market. So, I could not resist but take some pictures of the market represented by many nationalities. It was mostly food and souvenirs. But 85% it was about national foods e.g. Dutch cheese and pancakes, Italian wines, Spanish Paella an so on.

Check out the pictures as it should give you a quick taste into different foods.

A big sign “International Street Market” as we are walking in … Also in the background you can see a bit of the stand with plates and dishes from the UK.

German salami and sausages

Spanish paella

Tatiana was almost dying to try this cheese from Holland. Yummy and nice presentation.

Some interesting vegetables. Alas, don’t remember what country it was

Sauces and vinegars (price varies)

Huge German sausages (40 kr = $7 /per hotdog)

French tartiflette (60 kr = $10)

Some really nice souvenirs from Africa

British sweets

There were so many people around this stand with the Dutch pancakes that I could not even get closer and I did not want to wait long. So this left me with a thought that I will need to try Dutch pancakes next time when I have a chance.

More cheese from Italy

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8 Responses to “International Street Market On Stroeget In Copenhagen”

  1. mufiedNo Gravatar says:

    November 19th, 2008 at 12:34 am

    waaaaaaaa….its nice place,,^^

  2. yllzaNo Gravatar says:

    November 20th, 2008 at 12:10 am

    ooooooooooo….. I like British sweets

  3. AnnaNo Gravatar says:

    November 24th, 2008 at 1:33 pm

    the sausages mentioned in the picture were not dutch, but German, as well as the huge stand with candy. Just a small notification in case you want to be more correct! otherwise the pictures are lovely.

  4. VladimirChenNo Gravatar says:

    November 24th, 2008 at 1:42 pm

    @ Anna - corrected! Thanks for noticing and glad you liked the pictures!

  5. AnnaNo Gravatar says:

    November 25th, 2008 at 11:08 pm

    another thing - in the last picture the cheese is not from France, but from italy :) the french cheese stand was on the other side of the square, behind the german salami stand.

  6. VladimirChenNo Gravatar says:

    November 26th, 2008 at 8:49 am

    Thanks Anna for yet another correction ;) I might have gotten some of them mixed up. It looks like you were also there. Was it just a visit or perhaps you had a stand representing a certain country?

  7. AnnaNo Gravatar says:

    November 26th, 2008 at 8:47 pm

    Let’s just say i am in one of your pictures :)

  8. Dutch Traditional PancakesNo Gravatar says:

    December 16th, 2008 at 10:34 pm

    Very nice pictures and I’m sorry you did not get to try my Dutch pancakes…. Maybe next time when we’re in Copenhagen! It nice to read that you’ve enjoyed yourselves.
    I would like to correct Anna, thinks that she knows everything :-)
    The sweets company is actually based in Brittain, but the owner is German, so you not far of…..
    Hope to see next time!

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