Birkerød and Holte are the municpal’s hubs for both shopping and traffic. But you won’t be needing anything, if you live somewhere else in the municipality.
Birkerød Hovedgade (main street)
Birkerød Hovedgade is a cosy pedestrian street with a wide selection of shopping alternatives, sev-eral cafees, and eateries, and a cinema with two theatres. In the vicinity of main street, you will find Hovedbiblioteket (the central library) and Birkerød Posthus (post office)
www.birkeroedbutikkerne.dk/ (in danish)
Holte Midtpunkt or Downtown Holte opposite Rudersdal town hall is a shopping centre with a number of specialty shops, supermarkets, postal service, a café, and a grill. Along Holte Stationsvej Øverødvej (with a cinema) and Kongevejen house several shops and restauramts that together comprise Holte city centre.
www.holte-midtpunkt.dk (in danish)
Nærumvænge Torv (Square)
Nærumvænge Torv was designed by architect Palle Suenson and includes a number of specialty shops, a pharmacy, and a restaurant. Across from the square you will find Nærum post office. Not far from Nærumvænge is Nærum Hovedgade, where you also will find a number of shops. www.naerumvaenge-torv.dk (in danish)
Apart from the mentioned main centres, there are smaller, local shopping centres in Bistrup, Trørød (with a post office) and Vedbæk.
Larger shopping centres in the area
If the local retail opportunies do not cover your needs do not worry. Hillerød, Hørsholm, Lyngby and of course Copenhagen, are close by and can be reached by car or train within half an hour.