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It is hard to name the best place to experience Swedish design, not because of any shortage, but because design permeates everything—from the streets to shops and restaurants. Stockholm has four shopping neighborhoods, each with its own special character.
City is a hub for malls and department stores. Major clothing chains are also found here. Fashion is geared toward a younger crowd and tends to be affordable. By all means, don’t miss any of the newer malls and department stores, PUB, Illums Bolighus and MOOD, or the exclusive NK.
Östermalm is Stockholm’s exclusive neighborhood. Most international brands and specialty shops focusing on design, fashion and jewelry are around Stureplan and Birger Jarlsgatan. Find Sweden’s leading fashion brands around Biblioteksgatan and the area known as Bibliotekstan. Auction houses and exclusive antique shops are located along Arsenalsgatan and Nybrogatan. The area bordered by Sibyllegatan, Östermalmstorg, Karlavägen, Stureplan and Strandvägen has some of the city’s best interior design shops.
Gamla Stan is so much more than Västerlånggatan, the touristy souvenir street. Visit Gamla Stan in your hunt for authentic handicrafts, art and curiosities. Many small specialty shops and true gems can be found here, especially along Köpmangatan and Österlånggatan. Stroll along Lilla and Stora Nygatan, or lose the map and wander freely. Gamla Stan is not big.
The southern island, Södermalm, is like a city within a city with its characteristic relaxed, bohemian vibe. Here you will find many specialty shops, particularly ones featuring design and vintage fashion. Central areas of Södermalm include Götgatan, Skånegatan and the area known as SoFo, which stands for South of Folkungagatan. A cluster of handicraft shops can be found around Slussen and along Hornsgatan, while Hornstull and Mariatorget are popular up-and-coming neighborhoods.
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Mulberry is a piece of celebrated British luxury famous for high-quality leather bags, accessories and ready-to-wear. At the store on Birger Jarlsgatan you can find iconic styles as the Bayswater and Alexa, but also handbags as well as ready-to-wear and accessories from the latest collection.
Welcome to Fältöversten, a popular department store close to Östermalmstorg. An interesting blend of shopping and restaurants makes it a great place for those who appreciate the good things in life. Experience everything from delicacies and Armani to Systembolaget and Sweden’s best grocery store. The nearest tube station is Karlaplan, welcome to Fältöversten!
Alewalds Outdoor & Sports
In Alewalds Outdoor & Sports You will find more than 250 brands in outdoor equipment. If you want to live an active outside life we have it all, from mosquito nets to kayaks and functional clothes with high fashion. We have a large range of cross country-products and is the official Vasaloppet Store.
Enjoy, Shop, Explore. If you are starting to think that all cities have the same stores and the same shopping malls, make a visit to MOOD Stockholm, a place for people to meet, eat and shop. Here you will find a unique collection of stores and restaurants gathered together in a fantastic environment.
Wolford has positioned itself on the world market as a luxury brand for stockings, ready-to-wear items, underwear and bathing suits and stands for high quality products characterised by timeless elegance and maximum comfort. Please experience our beautiful Autumn/Winter collection in the Wolford Boutique and you will be guided into the World of Wolford.
At Åhléns you can find just about everything. This large department store is located right in the middle of the city and offers everything from perfumes and makeup to clothes, toys, books and much more.
Gallerian is a large shopping centre located next to Kungsträdgården, which means The Royal Gardens. At this shopping centre you can find cafés and some of the most popular shops in Sweden. Get your spending trousers on and do not forget to bring you wallet.
SKHLM Skärholmen centrum
Go approximately 20 minutes south on the metro and you will come to Skärholmen and the large shopping centre Skärholmen centrum. In the same area you can also find the world's largest IKEA and the entertainment complex Heron City, offering cinemas and bowling alleys.
Sickla, Stockholm's business quarter, is located approximately 20 minutes from the city centre. This place is not only famous for its businesses and shops but also for its culture, theatres, cinema and library.
Ringen, The Ring, in Södermalm is a small, bustling shopping centre. This is the perfect place to stop by when touring this area of town. Here you can enjoy a quick meal in the food court, buy food in the grocery store or go shopping.
Find everything from grocery stores to clothing shops at Västermalmsgallerian. Jump off at Fridhemsplan metro station and you will be right there. In the surrounding area you can also find small shops and cosy cafés.
When in Stockholm, no visit will be complete without a visit to Gamla Stan. Gamla Stan has earlier in the guide been mentioned as Stockholm’s oldest attraction. This is where you will find souvenir shops, quirky shops, cosy cafés, hip restaurants and beautiful old buildings.
Commonly known as the shopping street in Stockholm, Drottninggatan is definitely a good place to start your shopping spree. The street runs all the way from Gamla Stan to Odenplan, so make sure you have a lot of time.
Hötorget and surroundings
In the area around Hötorget you will find lots of shopping opportunities. Two streets that run right next to Hötorget, called Sergelgatan and Kungsgatan, have much to offer. Nearby you can also find Drottninggatan and PUB.
With an exciting mix of small shops, food, restaurants and a cinema, Söderhallarna truly offers a unique shopping experience. Enjoy the smells and the exciting range of products here.
The main shopping street of Östermalm is called Biblioteksgatan. This is where you find International top brands, like Diesel and Urban Outfitters, and Swedish brands like Tiger lined up one after another.