Sweden Shopping

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Sweden Shopping

  • Souvenirs

    Stockholm Shopping

    It is the Royal gifts shop where one can buy any souvenir items on the Swedish Royal family like postcards, writing pads, envelopes, pictures and other gift items that is somehow related to the Royal family. i took this picture with a crown on my head from this shop.

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  • Books

    Malmö Shopping

    A great, if somewhat chaotic, place! Mr Schultz has an antiquariat but not like the several others scattered along this street. Nope, his is a place full of books you won't find anywhere else such as goth and photo books and he also has lots of books in English as well as a CD section. There are also weird things here such as bizarre calendars,...

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  • Drottninggatan

    Stockholm Shopping

    "Drottninggatan (Queen Street)" is a major pedestrian street in Stockholm & the city's most most visited street for shopping, because there is no cars alowed on this street & there are many shops along it such as H&M and Åhlens Department Store. On this street, near Gamla Stan, you can buy souvenirs and post cards on the Royal family, Stockholm...

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  • Gamla Stan (The Old Town)

    Stockholm Shopping

    The entire area of Gamla Stan or the old town being very touristy, is impliedly full of gift shops for you to be able to carry home nice souvenirs. Like always I was more attracted to the dolls although one finds a variety of other souvenirs too. I got a timy one for my daughter. Some pictures of swedish dolls here.

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  • Markets

    Stockholm Shopping

    Rummaging through flea markets in foreign cities has become more and more popular in the past few years... Smaller flea markets pop up around the city from time to time, but the biggest (and permanent as well) flea market in Stockholm can be found out in the suburb of Vårberg. Called Loppmarknaden (literally "the flea market"), they in fact...

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  • Åhlens

    Stockholm Shopping

    Here you can by everything you need. Åhlen´s have things for the kitchen, toys for kids, clothes and carpets. Just go in here and walk around. and see what you wanna buy. What you want. It is usually good prices.

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  • Nordiska Kompaniet (NK)

    Stockholm Shopping

    Stationary Designer clothing Swedish food shop and everything else you would expect from a department store As a designer I'm always looking for nice paper products. Check out the ground floor shop where the food store is. Nice packets of paper in rich colors! The food shop is great for those extra souvenirs. Plus those little wooden Swedish...

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  • Södermalm Shops

    Stockholm Shopping

    The Sodermalm Saluhall is an old roofed marketplace where you can find all kinds of fine food; fish, vegetables, meat, cheeses. Many of the marketstands also have an opportunity to have a drink and a snack. We had a salmon sandwich and a chardonay white wine at Tysta Mary. Very friendly service. If you go there, please bring my greatings to girl...

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  • Gallerian Mall

    Stockholm Shopping

    Gallerian is a two-storey shopping mall in the heart of Stockholm and one of the biggest malls in the city. There are stores like: Vero Moda, Benetton, KappAhl, Oasis, H&M (clothing stores), Traditon (sells games), Clas Ohlson (Do-It-Yourself), Rizzo (shoe store), Pressbyr?n (newsagents), plus many more. There are sports stores, a book store, food...

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  • H&M

    Stockholm Shopping

    H&M is originally a Swedish store, but it's now seems to be conquuering the world, so chances are you have heard of it. Anyway, H&M is where many many of us Swedes buy most of our clothes. The reason for this - the stora has a high sense of fashion yet it is so cheap. OK, you have to be prepared that the quality thus usn't always the best ... For...

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  • PUB

    Stockholm Shopping

    Until recently, historic department store PUB was best known as the former workplace of Greta Garbo. A major revamp has since turned it into Stockholm’s hottest new fashion and lifestyle hub. Bag yourself fresh Nordic labels like Stray Boys, House of Dagmar and Baum & Pferdgarten, refuel at the slinky cafe-bar or check out the edgy art...

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  • Sturegallerian

    Stockholm Shopping

    There are many shops and the Gallerian has just been renovated. You can find nice shops for men and women clothes, sports wears, pharmacy, nice bakery, jewel, book store plus nice cafes and health center. Whatever suits you but, clothes shopping is recommended. As much as you can afford. !.000 kronor??

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  • Stockholm Quality Outlet

    Stockholm Shopping

    The "Stockholm Quality Outlet" is in Barkarby. It is a factory outlet consisting of 60 shops. You will find Menswear, Ladieswear, Children, Shoes, Bags Accessories, Interior design, Sport & Leisure, Cafe & Restaurant there. Any clothes & Accessories. Prices are 30% lower than downtown although bargains are often available at prices that are 60-70%...

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  • Music

    Stockholm Shopping

    Now, this CD store is something special, anything here later then 1979 will be hard to find, the speciality is the 60’s and early 70’, you will find here things that you thought are long time gone, people from all over Europe come here to find their desire lost albums.

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  • Stadsmission

    Stockholm Shopping

    If you like unique second-hand items and vintage clothing, take a look at this chain. Stockholms Stadsmission Second hand stores has as its purpose to sell things others don´t need any more (brought to the stores as gifts) to the benefit of homeless and other people in need. They really do a good work and its the best shopping with low prizes and...

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  • Kista

    Stockholm Shopping

    Our hotel was attached to this shopping centre at Kista. It was particularly handy for us as it contained two supermarkets plus a food court. This meant we could easily get cheaper food and particularly things like bottled water, which we found on special offer, saving us from buying so many drinks from more expensive touristy places when we were...

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  • Sweden Book Shop

    Stockholm Shopping

    When in Sweden, of course you should get some literature to bring home with you...! As you perhaps know already Astrid Lindgren was Swedish, and her childrens books are classics. Other famous Swedish authors include August Strindberg and Selma Lagerlöf (Ibsen, however, was Norwegian). Good bookstores are located right in the city center. Within...

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  • DesignTorget

    Stockholm Shopping

    While wandering around the last day I came across this store in an outdoor mall-like area. It carries all sorts of kitchen things, kids stuff, household items and trendy gifts in every price range. I wish I had bought more, but I did get 2 sporks for about $3 each…a combination spoon, fork AND knife all in one attractive little plastic...

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  • Buy your alcohol.. NOT on the ferry

    You might be amazed abou this and might wonder if the “not” in my tip title is a mistake. But no, it is not, this is what I want to recommend:If you take one of the ferries from Germany (which could easily be the case for anyone from western and southern Europe) try and find a German supermarket to buy your whatever kind of drinks. It is more...

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  • Beautiful hand dipped paper, Lessebo

    This is a fantastic shop, located in the same building as the hand paper factory at Lessebo. They make the paper all by hand in the old machines (see to-do tip for the factory visit) and then sell it. The paper is very beautiful and comes in a rich variety. You can buy paper with little dried flowers, little fabric threads, shredded money or...

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  • Bergdala Hytta, beautiful blue rim glass

    It is easy to fall in love with Bergdala’s simple blåkant plates and dishes because of the intense blue colour. That’s what happened to me before I travelled to Sweden and that’s why shopping at Bergdala was very high on my wishlist. Already before I bought some of these, I could get an idea how it feels to eat morning cereals in the bowls and pour...

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  • Transjö Hytta glass works, simply the...

    I am so grateful to Klas Nystrand of Bergdala’s Wärdshus (my accommodation) for having suggested that I should visit this glass workers! He said that they have the best of all glass work. And in my opinion they have indeed. In the meantime, I have regained a bit of knowledge about the chemical-physical background of glassblowing, that’s why I claim...

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  • If you like cider – this will be heaven...

    I usually don’t like cider, as it is too sparkling for me. But… somehow I had to taste this one – how could I resist cider with berry taste?? (I could live on any kind of red berries for the rest of my life – somehow). So, while I was in Sweden, we often bought some cans of cider in several flavours. And I can hardly wait until I get back and can...

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  • Fish – so fresh that you believe you...

    Ah, if you like fish then nothing is better than FRESH Swedish fish. (I have to mention maybe that I live in the centre of Germany and won’t even think to buy fish here, as I am never sure if it is him or maybe his grandfather…) It is no matter where you buy the fish in Sweden – either in supermarkets or on fish markets, it will be fresh and you...

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  • Tshirt.

    I guess you can find this t-shirt here and there, and with that I mean where usually tourists are. I have never seen it myself, but I thought it was very funny. It would be a very good gift for your friends when you get back home and give your friends the souvenirs. This special t-shirt. I have no idea what this one can cost. Maybe between 10 and...

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  • Viking souvenirs.

    You can find viking souvenirs everywhere in Sweden and the other Scandinavian countries. I have taken pictures from my own collection and there are much more out there to buy. I have found mine in secondhand shops. Viking souvenirs. Buy them to friends and your family. You can find them in all material and all kind of shapes. It can be very cheap...

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  • Shopping for home furnishing, gifts and...

    Butik Öland along walking street in Borgholm is a great place to purchase some home furnishing, gifts and souvenirs if you visit Borgholm in Öland on your vacation. The shop is dealing in lots of gift items such as vase, flower pots, candles, decor, photo frames, baskets, glass, porcelain, toys, souvenirs from Öland etc. As with most shops at...

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  • Shopping for gifts

    Present Idé in Swedish literally means present idea. If you are looking for present ideas, this is the shop that you are looking for. They have lots of gifts and souvenirs to choose from and prices are quite reasonable too. There is another shop at Hamngatan 40 behind the shop not far from Stora Torget. When we were there the shop at Hamngatan was...

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  • Great modern shopping center

    Wachtmeister Galleria is probably the best and the largest shopping center in the city of Karlskrona. There are approximately 30 shops located in the building under one roof with ICA Supermarket operated as anchor tenant. You can see the list of stores together with their telephone numbers and the websites at the link below. Business hours for most...

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  • Glassware in Sweden

    In the area of Kosta and Orrefors there are 10-15 small giftshops selling crystal and art glass at a great price. It's great fun to watch it being made and really inexpensive compared to gift shops around the country. Glass, art glas, crystal from Kosta Boda, Målerås and Orrefors. anything from 5 US$ to 5000US$

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  • IKEA.

    IKEA is a huge mall, but just only one shop. Here you can buy all kind of things and this company is Swedish. The founder of IKEA is Ingvar Kamprad and the office is in Älmhult. You can buy most of the things here. Not much.

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  • Uppsala's newest consumer electronics...

    Media Markt is the newest consumer electronics retailer in Uppsala. It is also the largest retailer in consumer electronics in the city of Uppsala dealing in all kinds of electronic products ranging from small digital cameras to large LCD and plasma televisions. It opened to the public from 25th March, 2010.Opening hours are between 10.00 a.m. and...

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  • Dala horse.

    Dalecarlian Horse or Dala horse are the names on this wooden gift, apopular thing from Dalarna, a region in the middle of Sweden. It was mostly used as a toy for children in the past, but nowdays it is a symbol of Dalarna and Sweden in general. Buy a Darelcian horse. Something very typical Swedish. The price can be very different, if it is a...

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  • Salmbär.

    This is a jam with special berries from Gotland. I dont know if we have these berries in any other place of Sweden. I dont think so, but it is a very delicious jam and I have tried it. You can buy in the most food shops in Gotland cans with this jam. It is quite expensive, and you must probably pay around 5 euros for a smaller can.

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  • Buy alcohol before you visit Sweden.

    In Sweden we have only one monopolized shop which sells alcohol, called Systembolaget. Usually you find this shop in every town or where people live. Swedish people like to drink alcohol and spend expensive money on this thing. Well, the alcohol is very expensive in Sweden, so if I was you I should buy my alcohol before I enter Sweden. If you are...

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  • Handicraft by the Sami people.

    In the north of Sweden you have a minority living called samer, sami people. They used to live only with their reeindeers and they were very good handycraftmen. They are still very good at handycraft, and if you visit the north of Sweden, or markets or maybe in a special shop in our capital Stockholm, you can find products made by Sami people. You...

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  • Sami handcrafts when you are at Jokkmokk...

    You can find this shop all over the north of Sweden. They can sell things on markets first of all. look around and ask the locals, they usually know it. you can buy local homemade hanycrafts done by the Sami people. It can be different things. Go around and look. I bought a necklace, but you choose what you want to buy. The handycraft things are...

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  • Here you buy alcohol.

    This is a shop owned and controled by the government. This shop sells alcohol, and that is the only alcohol salesman in Sweden except from bars and night clubs. But one advantage they have, they have a very huge sortiment of all kind of wines, vodkas, beers and liquers. I am used to our system, that we only can buy here. Of course, it would be...

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  • Swedish girls t-shirt.

    If you find this t-shirt, I would like to buy it as a souvenir. Because you will love the Swedish girls.... i do it. A t-shirt with this text : I love Swedish girls. I have no idea what it cost to buy this t-shirt.

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  • Hjortronsylt.

    This jam is called hjorton in Swedish and it is a yellow berry that you can find up in the north of Sweden. It is very good together with vanilla ice cream.

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  • Renkött.

    You can find this meat in special shops or if you buy directy from the Sami people. There is always possible to eat reindeer meat in special restaurants all over Sweden, and especially in the north of Sweden.

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  • Books abt Sweden.

    Here you can find books abt Sweden in many different languages and abt many different topics from culture to traditions. Here you can almost everything about Sweden in the book world. You find many Swedish authors in all kind of languages. Books abt Swedish history/culture and language. This shop is little more expenisve, and one reason I can...

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  • Own brand.

    Designtorget is a shop which sells things made by Swedish designers, but now they also start their own collection. You will find them when you ask in the shop or under the sign "Egna Saker". I have no idea what they will look like, but it will be very interesting at least. Check more on their web page.

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  • The largest shopping centre in Uppsala

    The Gränby Centrum is the largest shopping centre in the city of Uppsala. It is located approximately three kilometers northeast of the city centre. This one stop shopping mall has six cafés/restaurants and approximately 60 shops including two large supermarkets, i.e. ICA Kvantum and Coop Forum, a large department store viz. Åhléns, two banks, and...

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  • Tax free shopping for non EU citizens

    The Sky City (Shopping Arcade) is located between Terminal 4 and Terminal 5 of Arlanda International Airport in Stockholm. Sky City must not be mistaken with the duty free shops inside the departure and transit terminals. The shopping centre is opened to members of the public, not necessary the pasengers who travel abroad. Of course EU citizens are...

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