Tea shops are quite popular in Sweden and none more so than Kränku I think, since it is always full of people. There is a well-known Swedish blend called Guteblandning which actually originated here and whether that or one of their many, many other blends take your fancy, you are sure to find something. There is also a test area so you will know what to buy. Many of their blends have other Gotlandish names or references to local Visby streets and legends and they are clearly inspired by their medieval history. The shop also sells nice tins and apart from tea there are delicacies such as pralines and other things. If you go to Sweden frequently but not to Gotland, their teas are sold at selected retailers on the mainland too (see website).
What to buy: Tea :)
What to pay: If you want a nice tin with it, expect to pay SEK 80 for a local blend. A lot cheaper to just buy bags.
They sell tea here and mix all the teas here on Gotland.
What to buy: Here you buy all kind of different tea. Many of the products have names from Gotland and the most and famous mix is Guteblandning. I have tried it, and it is very delicious.
You find this shop not far away from the harbour in Visby. It is a shop which sells many kind of things for the tourists. You can find things made of wool, tree, glas, stone or other materials. Also dishes from Gotland like salmberries which I bought here. All things are from Gotland and I almost forget that you can buy medieval clothes here too. It is only mady by handycraft women from Gotland. It is open all year around and the time is between 10.00 to 18.00.
Very nice artefacts made out of leather. If you are interested in imaginative and special gift items, go and find this little shop in the old town. You'll be surprised at the variety they have.
Visby's main square has a market most days of the week and here you will find local craft and household gadgets, scarves and gloves and so on.