36 Hours in Copenhagen, Denmark: Things to Do and See

1:30 p.m. Shop these blocks

The charming lane Værnedamsvej has been called “Little Paris,” but Italo Caffé, which opened there last year, is resolutely Italian. Stop for a panino — best is the thin-sliced octopus with grilled peppers, crisp greens and pesto on fluffy focaccia (110 kroner). Then pop around the corner to Thiemers Magasin, an independent bookstore with an English-language section well-stocked with Danish authors. Down the block, CAN Family is the place to unearth rare vinyl from the collector Martin Aalykke Kristiansen as well as paintings and ceramics made by his wife, Stine Maria Aalykke. Next door, Shrig Shop stocks limited-edition prints, posters and postcards with

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