You’ve shopped til you’ve dropped, and the cold wind is nipping at your nose. It’s time to end the afternoon and time to get a hot something to warm you up, and that something is hot chocolate! We’re talking about real and yummy drinking chocolate, what a perfect way to end your sightseeing day in Copenhagen. Head over to one of the city’s great cafes, La Glace, located on a side street close to Stroget.
This Copenhagen institution is loved by both by tourists and locals and has a wonderful feel of decadence, of days gone by, when women would meet to sit over coffee and pastries, while chatting away an afternoon, forgetting about the dreadful weather outside.
Copenhagen’s oldest pastry shop is famous for its wide selection of homemade pattiserie, including, obviously, danish pastries. Sit and show off your shopping finds, have some delicious hot chocolate, take photographs of the beautiful display of cakes in the window, and get your chill-out.
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Address: Skoubogade 3 – 1158 København