Sourcing a unique Christmas gift has never been this easy!

Christmas comes early in Denmark, and so do these quirky markets. If you’re stuck in a rut again about what to get cousin Ida or how to impress your new high society Hellerup chums, why not try these arty markets?

Nab yourself a steal or even a one-off piece by a talented student at one of these markets- you may end up walking away with a watercolour by the next Monet or an exquisite jewellery box from an upcoming Fabergé! 

Fine arts and architecture market
Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School, Philip De Langes Allé 10, Cph K; Sun Nov 30, 10:00-17:00;

Stumble across a one-off piece as the talented design and architecture students display their stunning drawings, prints, paintings, creative decorations, sculptures, jewellery and more.

New designers’ market
HC Ørstedsvej 18, Frederiksberg; starts Sat Nov 29, ends Sun Dec 7; open Sat-Sun 10:00-17:00;

With over 4,000 visitors each year, the New Designer’s Market is a must for those looking for quirky and unique gifts. Featuring over 21 designers selling their deliciously unconventional and aesthetically delightful products, you’re sure to find something for even that eccentric aunty of yours.

Margrethe School market
Badstuestræde 1-3, Cph K; Sat Nov 22, 10:00-18:00; free adm

If you’re sick of all Christmas presents being alike, this is the place to go. Margrethe School, an establishment that specialises in fashion design, is organising a market where all of the craziest expressions of creativity can be fulfilled. Celebrate your good deals with some gløgg and aebleskiver afterwards.

Arts and crafts market
Bredgade 66, Cph K; starts Fri Dec 5, ends Sun Dec 21, open Fri 12:00-19:00, Sat-Sun 10:00-16:00

The Danish Arts and Crafts Association is holding its Christmas market over nine days spread across three weekends in December. Here you can buy the best Danish glass, ceramics, jewellery, textiles and more. A total of 25 professional craftsmen and designers will show their works this year, and every weekend promises to feature new works.