City2

    One of the first shopping centres in Denmark
    is still going strong

    The large and popular regional centre is situated in Greater Copenhagen near Høje-Taastrup and has for decades had an enormous catchment area.

    City2 provides activities for every one – regardless of age. The centre attracts many families with children from near and far offering activities, market days, a playground and events. The centre has several small scenes, a cinema, a large market square and an open plan layout, which provides an overall view of the many options available.

    Many shops participate actively in customer events ranging from amateur theatre to treasure hunts and bargains. City2 recently had its own food market and several new restaurants that provide excellent food in a cosy atmosphere.

    Facts

    Area:63,000 sqm.
    Number of stores:72
    Shoppers per year:4.3 millions
    Opened:1975
    Expansion:2014
    Parking spaces:3,000
    Ownership:DSC
    City2

    One of the first shopping centres in Denmark
    is still going strong

    The large and popular regional centre is situated in Greater Copenhagen near Høje-Taastrup and has for decades had an enormous catchment area.

    City2 provides activities for every one – regardless of age. The centre attracts many families with children from near and far offering activities, market days, a playground and events. The centre has several small scenes, a cinema, a large market square and an open plan layout, which provides an overall view of the many options available.

    Many shops participate actively in customer events ranging from amateur theatre to treasure hunts and bargains. City2 recently had its own food market and several new restaurants that provide excellent food in a cosy atmosphere.

    Facts

    Area:63,000 sqm.
    Number of stores:72
    Shoppers per year:4.3 millions
    Opened:1975
    Expansion:2014
    Parking spaces:3,000
    Ownership:DSC
    City2

    One of the first shopping centres in Denmark
    is still going strong

    The large and popular regional centre is situated in Greater Copenhagen near Høje-Taastrup and has for decades had an enormous catchment area.

    City2 provides activities for every one – regardless of age. The centre attracts many families with children from near and far offering activities, market days, a playground and events. The centre has several small scenes, a cinema, a large market square and an open plan layout, which provides an overall view of the many options available.

    Many shops participate actively in customer events ranging from amateur theatre to treasure hunts and bargains. City2 recently had its own food market and several new restaurants that provide excellent food in a cosy atmosphere.

    Facts

    Area:63.000 sqm.
    Number of stores:72
    Shoppers per year:4.3 millions
    Opened:1975
    Expansion:2014
    Parking spaces:3,000
    Ownership:DSC

    Find the shopping centre here


    Cityringen 4
    2630 Taastrup
    Denmark

    Opening hours
    Monday-friday: 10-19.00
    Saturday: 10-17.00
    Sunday: 11-17.00
    Public holidays: Closed

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    New district close to City2 in the works

    “Høje Taastrup C” – a new district between City2 and Høje Taastrup Station – will bring 3,000 new residents and an impressive 4,000 new jobs upon completion, helping to further expand the customer base of City2.


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    The story of City2

    For many Danes City2 is part of our history. The shopping centre was built in 1975 as one of the first in Denmark based on an American concept.
    Since then, the centre has been rebuilt and modernised several times - most recently in 2014 when Copenhagen Designer Outlet was established right next to it.


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    City2 and the children

    From a child's point of view City2 is very special. Everywhere in the large centre you have an impressive view of the main market square in the middle offering experiences and entertainment for infants. The small scene on the square provides entertainment almost every weekend. Stalls and shops sell delicacies and in the middle of it all there is a fun playground.