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The English Bookshop

The English Bookshop

Sometimes you just feel the need to escape the world and what other way to do that is to emerge yourself in the worlds of book. There is a perfect place for you in Uppsala to get the book you need and deserve. The English Bookshop sells, you probably guessed it, an enormous variety of English books. Did you not find the book that you and your craving for literature was looking for? No problem. The shop will happily order the books that you want, that's what we call service.
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Godsmagasinet

Godsmagasinet

Caught in the world of the most modern and fancy shopping malls, a change of venue could be a sigh of relief. That's exactly what Godsmagasinet is all about. It's a small shopping mall with three shops: Stickspike, Broströms Café, and Kaleido Arts. When you visit Stickspike, you'll find the typical, Scandinavian design, a variety of clothing and sparkling jewellery. You can look and pick up a well-deserved treat at Broströms Café. Kaleido arts will provide you with every type of art that you desire.
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Ulva Kvarn

Ulva Kvarn

Ulva Kvarn is an estate with an old, traditional Swedish mansion surrounded by an enormous park. Inside of the estate you will discover a variety of shops owned by craftsmen who make the most astonishing products. For instance, there is the Silversmedja, which is a silversmith with its own jewellery and can make any type, form or shape of jewellery that you desire. It's impossible not to mention Glashyttan Ulven, this is a place where you can find glass-blown products and even book classes if you want to learn the craft of glassblowing!
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Flea Markets

Flea Markets

Who is not familiar with a flea market and their bargains of second hand goods? Uppsala is known for their many flea markets which sell a variety of goods, such as antique, furniture, clothes and toys. One of the most known flea markets is the one located on Vaksala Torg, on every Saturday. They are mostly focused on antiques with professional dealers who offer a good bargain. In Fyrispark you can find a selection of clothes and items for children. In the summer it turns into a popular car boot sale.
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Tantens Gröna Skafferi & Garderob

Tantens Gröna Skafferi & Garderob

This store has it all. When you walk into the foyer, you will find a café filled with vegan and vegetarian dishes and drinks. Walk a little bit further and it turns into a cultural center where frequent music events are held. Finally, when you walk outside, you will discover a children's clothing and toy shop. The shop is known for its organic, fair-trade, and eco-friendly products. Because of the popularity, the shop has turned into the largest alternative store of Sweden!
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Lindahl & Färnert Guldsmeder

Lindahl & Färnert Guldsmeder

You may wonder how it's possible to create a delicate piece of jewellery. Luckily, there is an extraordinaire shop in Uppsala where you can't only buy jewellery, but you can see how it's made! Most of the design is made by the shop itself, so you won't find a piece of jewellery like it anywhere but in Lindahl & Färnert Guldsmeder. The shop and its methods has existed for over a hundred years and for the people from Uppsala it's still the place to be to buy jewellery or get your broken/damaged pieces fixed.
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Bergmans

Bergmans

Sometimes it can be difficult to find the perfect suits for you gentlemen, it would be great to have a shop who is specialized in this. Luckily, you can find one of the best tailor shops for men in Uppsala. Bergmans is known for their custom-made suits and the great and splendid selection of ties. If you can not find the right clothes for you, no problem. They have a personal shopper who has you back and is ready to help. You will always receive a warm and fashionable welcome at Bergmans!
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Forumgallerian

Forumgallerian

If you are interested in shopping with a historical twist, look no further. Forumgallerian was the first shopping mall in Uppsala and has been around for 64 years.. and counting. The mall exists out of 21 design and clothing shops and you can pick between five cafés and restaurants. The name of the mall changed in the 70s in to 'Domus', but after a decade the city decided to change it again. Why you may ask, the residents of Uppsala refused to acknowledge the new name. Now, that's called loyalty.
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