Copenhagen was the first stop on my 6 week Europe trip and surprisingly had a really good range of stationery shops!
This shop was a goldmine! If you can’t find stationery shops when Googling a place in Europe, check the bookstores, most of them have a stationery department. This one had an entire basement filled with cute stationery! I wanted to buy so many of these planners but since this was the first stop, plus the planners were on the pricey end and I needed to save luggage space, I restrained and didn’t buy any 🙁
Opening Hours: Mon – Sat 10am – 6pm, Sunday 12pm – 4pm
Address: MHJG+C9 Copenhagen Municipality, Copenhagen, Denmark (near the Roundtower)
VIKING 1914 + CREAS
If you’re after the usual European brands (Moleskine, Leuchtturm and Semikolon) then head here… But they don’t stock much else so I don’t consider this a ‘must visit’ shop.
Opening hours: 10 – 5:30pm (6pm on Friday)
Address: Kongensgade 27, 1264 København, Denmark (5 min walk from Nyhavn)
Illums Bolighus Department Store
This department store’s stationery section was very tiny but it’s worth going inside anyway just to see the fancy building.
They did have some functional planners but they had a hefty price tag.
I almost bought this one (one of the first planners I’ve seen to combine 1 page horizontal with a dot grid page!), but it converted to $40 AUD. Since it was a small page size and it didn’t lay flat, I didn’t buy it.
- 10am – 7pm Monday – Thursday & Saturday
- 10am – 8pm Friday
- 10am – 6pm Sunday
Address: Amagertorv 10, 1160 København, Denmark (on the main pedestrian shopping street)
Flying Tiger Copenhagen
If you’ve been to Europe, you’ve probably seen this store before. Despite it’s name, Flying Tiger Copenhagen, is actually all over Europe!
Opening hours: 10am – 7pm daily, 11am – 5pm Sunday
Address: Frederiksberggade 11B, 1459 København, Denmark
This shop has a mix of cheap stuff like partyware, food and random gifts, as well as affordable stationery.
Very thin sticky notes are hard to find so I grabbed the thin rainbow sticky notes in the left of the photo below.
I also purchased their bullet journal (which is just a dot grid notebook – review blog post coming soon)
Tutein & Koch
Another shop that sells European stationery brands that are easy to find. This was more hobby shop rather than a stationery shop – hence why I wouldn’t bother visiting this shop.
Opening Hours: 9am – 5:30pm Mon – Friday, Saturday 10am – 3pm, Closed Sunday
Address: Farvergade 8, 1463 København, Denmark
Some nice washi tape – but ridiculously expensive.
This shop had an assortment of giftware, homewares and stationery.
- 9:30am – 6pm Mon – Thursday
- 9:30am – 7pm Friday
- 10am – 5pm Saturday
- 11am – 3pm Sunday
Address: Nørregade 7, 1165 København, Denmark
This was a flop. I walked in and walked out within 30 seconds. It was just a random office supply store – envelopes, reams of paper and generic pens you can find anywhere – I wouldn’t bother visiting this shop.
Well this was a huge disappointment. The ‘stationery department’ that I’d read this place has online, was just 1 shelf.
At least it had a nice view over the pedestrian shopping street below.
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