Værnedamsvej – Copenhagen’s Little France

Værnedamsvej is one of my favourite streets in Copenhagen. It is known as Little France due to the number of French inspired shops and cafes lining the street as well as the French school being located behind a metal gate part way along the street. I love the atmosphere here. I thought I’d share a few of my favourite spots on the street.værnedamsvej general

There are a couple of florists on the street but my favourite is Blomsterskuret. They always have such a beautiful display outside and sell some more unusual flowers and plants.

blomsterkuret

 

Les Trois Cochons really makes the street feel like France – I can’t get enough of the cafe chairs and tables outside.les trois cochonsTucked down behind the main shop fronts is a little courtyard with a lovely little cafe called Mad Synergi serving lovely homemade food to take away.mad synergy

Looking for a caffeine fix in a cool place then pop into Rist Kaffebar. I love the brick wall and the little touches in this place.rist coffee bar

If you are looking for clothes you are unlikely to find elsewhere in the city and something a little brighter than the usual Danish rainbow, Kluns is the place to go. I regularly lust after dresses in this place.kluns

Finally my other two favourite places are Granola, its in every guide book but worth a visit and Theimers Bookstore.granola

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