Settwell placed in Dokk1
The inspiring building Dokk1 is the home of Settwell Relocation in Aarhus.
Relocation and Immigration Provider of the Year 2018
Settwell named the Relocation and Immigration Provider of the Year 2018
Alfa Quality Moving Denmark A/S acquires Settwell Relocation
Settwell Relocation will be part of Alfa Quality Moving Denmark A/S to become your preferred mobility partner!

Settwell Relocation
Rolighedsvej 9
DK-1958 Frederiksberg C

Settwell Relocation
Hack Kampmanns Plads 2, niveau 3 
DK-8000 Aarhus C

Phone: +45 3534 9295


Denmark is one of the hottest design nations on the planet.  From home ware to fashion, Denmark is a perfect place to pick up unique and cutting-edge products. Beautiful shopping streets wait in towns across the country with one-off boutiques and department stores around the corner. Go shopping!


In Denmark you will find both upscale supermarkets and neighborhood discount stores. In all grocery stores you need to buy bags and bag your groceries yourself. Important is to use the divider to part your groceries from others on the belt. Bottle deposit has been part of life for years in Denmark. Every supermarket has a machine which you can fill with cans and bottles. Show the printed receipt at the cash register to receive your money.

In upscale supermarkets you will find quality products but with matching prices too. Upscale supermarkets are well organized and have international and organic products that you will not find elsewhere.



Medium supermarkets have non-food sections too and almost always good offers going on meat and vegetables:  





Discount stores are great for basic daily shopping as well as special offers. The standard grocery assortment is small, however, the weekly offers (tilbud) are kind of fun. One important note when going to discount stores: They do not accept international credit cards. You need to pay either in cash or use the Danish debit card Dankort. Discount stores are highly popular these days:







Online grocery shopping is becoming very popular. Both families with children and people living on the top floor enjoy having their groceries delivered to their front door:


Abigail’s (British food)



Økovejen (organic)

Årstiderne (organic)

Gris og ko (butcher)

For a complete list of online Danish supermarkets please click here.

A fun way of getting to know the local restaurants in Aalborg, Aarhus and Copenhagen is trying a food walk! Taste the specialties of local eateries on a guided tour through the cities. For more information look at FoodWalk

Lots of International food stores are popping up too:  

Indian food
Super Center
Frederikssundsvej 34
2400 Copenhagen NV


Renting may also be an option while living in Denmark. 

It is possible to rent a large range of goods and services like for instance a trailer, a baby high chair, party music or even a handy man for a couple of hours. 

For more information please see the following link:

Second hand

There are several second hand shops around Denmark and they are to be found online too. If you are looking for a new jacket, china for your kitchen or maybe a nice chair, start searching on the following websites:

Den Blå Avis


Gul og Gratis


Røde Kors