Malmö has a large selection of designer boutiques and young, trendy fashion. The most commercial pedestrian mall stretches from the Great Square (Stortorget) along Södergatan, Skomakaregatan and Baltzarsgatan by Gustav Adolf Square and Södertull, and further down the Södra Förstadsgatan to Triangeln och Möllevången. Most of the area is free of traffic. Make any trip to picturesque Gamla Väster, trendy David Hall, or Stora Nygatan and Friisgatan. Take a break with sea views in West Harbour or in the crowd at Little Square. The best part is that most things are within walking distance!
Malmö’s best shopping is at Hansa shopping centre, just one block from Gustav Adolf Square.
Scandinavia's premier shopping center!
From Station Hyllie you step straight into a relaxed shopping atmosphere where nothing is missing. 200 shops, restaurants and cafes on 93 000 sqm on three floors, with an exceptionally high level of service. Choose freely among fashion stores, grocery stores, unique brand stores, pharmacies, Systembolaget and retail stores.
Young Trendy Davidshall
Over the last few years, many new restaurants, cafés and shops have popped up in the area around Davidshallstorg. Most of the stores turn to a young and trend-sensitive audience, but you can still find everything from boutiques with customs designs to vintage shops. Find your favorite designer at Tjallamalla, Popolino , Gry or Liebling.
Unique Shops Around Fersen
Fersen is one of Malmö’s upcoming shopping areas. The area around Fersen road / Helmfeldtsgatan / Kastellgatan has several unique shops that chose a focus on design, craftsmanship and vintage.
Drottningtorget Malmö Eco Square
At Drottningtorget is the most diverse range of organic and fair trade products and the city’s best ice cream parlor with homemade organic ice cream. In spring and autumn, Farmers’ markets are setup in the square, selling locally produced food and raw materials.
Local Crafts And Design In Gamla Väster
West of the Lilla Torg is picturesque Gamla Väster with its beautifully restored old houses, nice small shops, galleries and cafés. Wander around in a relaxed environment, yet still be in the city center. Around Lilla Torg and Hedman courtyard, you will find many local artisans and Form / Design Center with exhibits and shop with the best of Scandinavian design.
Baltzar is the name of the large glass building at the intersection of Södergatan and Baltzarsgatan. Here are 12 different, first-class specialty shops and cafés.
Shopping center in the east of the city with all the major Swedish clothing chains, but also a variety of smaller specialty stores, including some great boutiques. Redecorated and re-inaugerated september 2013.
Open on Sundays
More and more stores in Malmö city are opening on Sundays. Take a trip downtown, enjoy a coffee in peace and walk around basking in the pleasant street life.
For more information about which stores are open on Sundays: