Stores, Malls or Markets in Stockholm

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    Domino Antik.

    by Trainbug Updated Nov 4, 2014

    I have only been here one time and I lost my pictures from the shop, but I took at least one on the shop´s business card. It is a very pleasant antiq shop to visit and especially if you like lamps. I can admitt that they had so many I wanted to buy at my first visit in the shop.

    What to pay: Most of the things in this shop will e expensive because mostly are design and also done by good and famous designers. They dont sell crap things here. This is ABSOLUTELLY NOT a garage sale. If you dont have money at all, you can just come here and watch. That is worth to do some window shopping here.

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    Östermalms Fyndmarknad.

    by Trainbug Updated Oct 23, 2014

    It was my first time to visit this little shop when I was in Stockholm 2014. Never seen it before and it was very interesting to go down in the basement of the house and find a shop filled with old stuff and antiques. I dont talk about crap or just things that noone want to have. No, here I saw many cool and interesting things, but not for myself or my apartment. Actually, I was looking for viking figures,, which I collect and the owner did not have any of my wishes. I walked around in his shop and watched his things. I was impressed by his collection for sale. I guess every customer would like to just walk around his basement and also to see what he has. Interesting secondhand place.

    the owner has a web page but he told me heas no time and it doesnt work from his basement to put up all things for sale. I just suggest to call him or make a visit. The best way!

    What to buy: They sell all kind of things from furnitures, porceline, lamps, small figurines and all other kind of stuff. Everything is secondhand and here you can probably do many bargains if you really take your time and walk around and check every box and corner. Take your time, and bring your coffee with you. The last sentence was just a joke, but I mean, take good time and look everywhere.

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    Christmas Markets

    by Mkwire Written Oct 14, 2014

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    From late november until christmas there are a couple of christmas markets in Stockholm.One is outside the nobel museum,and another is close to the opera house.They sell a variety of local crafts and handiwares,and have the usual sausages and gluhwein stalls.

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    Windowshopping at Kungsgatan (King's Street): Overview

    by Zirpsis Written Feb 16, 2014

    I noticed that there was a topic for the Drottninggatan (Queen's Street) so I thought to have also Kungsgatan (King'sStreet) overview. Went window shopping and these pictures give you an idea what to expect to find in Kungsgatan. ;)

    Kungsgatan: find some nice hotels and restaurants Kungsgatan: Jewellery for all tastes Kungsgatan: Stop by at Cafe's or bakeries Kungsgatan: buy some toys Kungsgatan: Shoes
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    Rea??

    by sim1 Updated Oct 27, 2013

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    When you see this sign in the stores "Rea" you know there is a sale ongoing! In this case up to 70%, not bad :-) For shops to be allowed this name "Rea" it means that the sale should be during a limited time and the discount needs to be substantial.

    There are a few "Rea" that are standard each year. One of these is the "Mellandagsrea". This is the sale period directly after Christmas that a lot of shops have. Another one is the "bokrea" which is the book sale. All bookstore (also online) simultaneously have a fixed period around the end of February when they have a sale on a selection of their books, these can be even new titles. A great time I find to stock up on books so I have always several books on the shelf to read the coming months.

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    Systembolaget: No cheap boose...

    by arturowan Updated Jan 23, 2013

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    Sweden has some of the highest alcohol taxes in the world, & defeats competitive pricing with its nationalised (despite this being a blatant breach of EU ruling) off licence chain. You can find light alcohol content cider & lagers, (3.5%) in corner shops, but for everything else, its anywhere you please, as long as its Systembolaget - & you must be 18+ & prepared to show ID. In case you think the high prices might encourage shoplifting, this is discouraged by a policeman at the main doors, carrying an 0ozi, or similar sub-machine pistol - seriously!

    What to buy: If you're trying to get through a Swedish winter, try their traditional mulled wine...

    What to pay: A lot, & do not expect any '3 for the price of 2' offers, because these are banned!

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    Nitty Gritty Stockholm: Fashionable Unisex shopping?

    by kanjon Updated Jun 19, 2011

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    Unisex shopping? Oh, maybe not, but boys and girls can to it together in this stylish store. Very strong assortment of both mens-and womenswear. Clothing, shoes, bags, skincare, accessories, hairdressing.

    A selection of represented brands from the homepage: A.P.C., Adam Kimmel, Adidas, Alden, Alexander Wang, Alfred Sargent, Anderson's, Barena, Byredo, C.P. Company, Carhartt, Chloé, Church's, Clarks, Collection K, Comfort Station, Common Projects, Converse, D.R. Harris & Co Ltd., Diemme, Drakes, Filson, Gitman Vintage, Gloverall, Hav-A-Hank, Head Porter, Heimstone, Helmut Lang, Inis Meáin, Iosselliani, Isabel Marant, Jerome Dreyfuss, Jil Sander, John Smedley, Karen Walker, La Cordonnerie Anglaise.........

    You can find Nitty Gritty on the following address in Stockholm:

    Nitty Gritty Stockholm Krukmakargatan 26

    What to buy: Handsome clothing and shoes, funny gifts, t-shirts, suits. New haircut! Inspiration (free)!

    What to pay: There are cosmetics, socks, shoes, t-shirts, dresses, jackets, and other garments so the prizerange is wide. But it is more expensive than the average store. For us with budget-plans there is the Needy Greedy outlet to browse.

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    Beyond Retro: Huge second hand and vintage store!

    by chocolatefudge Updated Apr 4, 2011

    HUGE shop packed with second hand and vintage for both men and women. IN A BASEMENT!

    What to buy: Tulle skirts in all colors there is, handbags, shoes of all kinds and beautiful party dresses.

    What to pay: From very little to quite much.

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    SOUK: SOUK SHOPPING MALL

    by gugi66 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    A big shopping mall in the middle of the car free shopping street Drottninggatan. In the Souk mall is several small shops. There is also cafeterias inside so when you get tired of shopping you can enjoy a cup of coffee.

    What to buy: Here you can buy cosmetics, clothes and shoes.

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    Access IT: Internet access

    by bzh Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    For some reason, I found it difficult to find internet access in Stockholm. It is not very well advertised. The one I have found (and from where I am writing this) is in the large shopping complex outside T-Centralen underground station.

    What to buy: Internet access as well as coffe, snacks or food in the attached coffe shop.

    What to pay: SEK25.- for 30 minutes or SEK1.- per minute

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    Science Fiction Bokhandeln: Bookshop for the nerds

    by chocolatefudge Written Apr 22, 2010

    A bookshop for the genres science-fiction, horror and fantasy. They also have a huge collection of comics, mostly manga. On the top floor they have role play books, puzzles and lots of games. Most literature is in English.

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    Gunnarsson: caricatures in wood

    by Roggeveen Written Aug 5, 2009

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    The window of this shop is like a small museum. Thy to find out how many of the people from (recent) history you know. The wooden charicatures are of a very high quality.

    What to buy: Wooden puppets. Both famous people as local images.

    What to pay: a lot

    Obama and Osama doorsign Locals in wood
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    Skrapan shopping center

    by gugi66 Written Jun 20, 2009

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    You can find about 30 stores and restaurants in Skrapan shopping center. The former Swedish IRS buliding where Skrapan shopping center is now is hard to miss, just look for the highest skyskrape in Södermalm (there are only two).

    The opening hours are
    Mon-Fri 10am-8pm
    Sat- 10am-6pm
    Sun- 11am-6pm

    On the top of the building you can find a cafe/restaurant with the best wiew in Stockholm it´s called "och himlen därtill". See my tip in Restaurant tip of the "och himlen därtill"

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    Ringen shopping center- Sodermalm: Ringen shopping center- Sodermalm

    by gugi66 Written Feb 19, 2009

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    A shopping center in the heart of Sodermalm. It has about 40 stores, restaurants, systembolaget (alcohol store, see my local customs tip of systembolaget), bank and more.

    Easy acsess with buses, tunnelbana and indoor parking house (it costs about 2€/h).

    Opening hours.
    Monday – Friday 10 – 19
    Saturday 10 – 17
    Sunday 12 – 17

    Entrance to Ringen shopping center Inside the Ringen shopping center Inside the Ringen shopping center- Sushi Inside the Ringen shopping center
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    SKY CITY SHOPPING: SKY CITY SHOPPING

    by gugi66 Written Oct 30, 2008

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    This is the last place to go to for shopping but if you forgot to buy something while you stayed in Stockholm you can buy it here, there is restaurants, shopps, cafeterias and a hotel here. Here you can shop Tax free.

    What to buy: Crystal, magazines, clothes, shoes, souvenirs.

    Sky city shopping
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