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Fisketorvet (Copenhagen).jpg
Fisketorvet seen from Havneholmen
LocationVesterbro, Copenhagen, Denmark
Coordinates55°39′43″N 12°33′41″E / 55.6620°N 12.5615°E / 55.6620; 12.5615
Opening date10 October 2000
ArchitectKiehlers Architects
No. of stores and servicesc. 120
Total retail floor area58,000 m2 (620,000 sq ft)
No. of floors4
Parking200+ spaces

Fisketorvet - Copenhagen Mall is a shopping centre located on Kalvebod Brygge waterfront in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is Denmark's third largest shopping center by size.[citation needed]

Fisketorvet - Copenhagen Mall regularly hosts events for the guests such as:

  • Fastelavn (a Danish Carnival)
  • Copenhagen Cooking & Food Festival
  • Holiday tickets

The centre is located at Fisketorvet Dybbølsbro station next to the harbour.


The shopping centre takes its name after Copenhagen's old fish market which was located at the site from 1958 until 1999 when it moved to new premises in the North Harbour. The shopping centre was designed by Kiehlers Architects (Carl Gustaf Åkerström) and opened on 10 October 2000. It is owned by Unibail-Rodamco.[1]


Fisketorvet has a floor area of 58,000 square metres with 120 stores, making it Denmark's third largest shopping centre.[2] It also contains 15 restaurants and cafés as well as a CinemaxX cinema with 14 screens and IMAX.[3]

Stores include:[4]

Store type Name
Jewelry Carat Diamanter
Home goods Bahne
Electronics Humac, Elgiganten
Clothing H&M
Creme Fraiche
Tøjeksperten [da]
Shoes ECCO
Foot Locker
Paw Sko
Toys BR
Luxury fashion houses Saint Tropez
Fast food McDonald's, Letz Sushi, Sunset Boulevard
Cell phones Telia, Telenor, YouSee
Bags and accessories Neye
Building materials Silvan
Crafts Panduro Hobby
Supermarket Føtex, Lidl
Coffee shop Baresso, Starbucks, Cyprus, Dalle Valle
Beauty supply The Body Shop
Candies Kiosk Bien
Sporting Goods Sportmaster, Sport 24
Video Games GameStop
Children's Furniture Flexa
Everything for kids ØnskeBørn
Drugs Matas
Books Bog & idé


  1. ^ "Fisketorvet". Unibail-Rodamco. Retrieved 2013-10-30.
  2. ^ "Fisketorvet". Visit Denmark. Retrieved 2013-10-30.
  3. ^ "Fisketorvet" (in Danish). AOK. Retrieved 2013-10-30.
  4. ^ "Photographs of Fisketorvet, November 2016". Independent Travellers. Retrieved September 8, 2017.