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    Skärholmens centrum: Skärholmens centrum

    by gugi66 Written Aug 5, 2008

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    A big shopping mall south of Stockholm. About 30 minutes with the tunnelbana (subway/metro) from the city of Stockholm.

    What to buy: There are many stores here so you will find something.

    Look at the website fore more information.

    Sk��rholmen centrum Sk��rholmen centrum Outside the Sk��rholmen centrum Doctor in Sk��rholmen centrum Outside Sk��rholmen centrum (good frensh hot dog)

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    Bibloteksgatan: Expensive street

    by gugi66 Written Jul 21, 2008

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    This street is for those who have much money to spend. Here lies all the expensive shops, such as Armani, Rolex, Peak Performance, Sand etc..

    What to buy: You will always find something.

    What to pay: Depends how much money you have.

    Armani Gant Bibloteksgatan Don��t miss the sausage man before bibloteksgatan

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    Konsthantverkarna: Up-To-Date Swedish Handicraft

    by kanjon Updated Mar 9, 2008

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    If you are interested in handicraft and original items you mustn´t miss this gem! It outruns most ”handicraft” shops in the Old Town by miles.

    The space is run by a contemporary oriented handicraft co-operative and houses an extensive shop with regular exhibitions. The co-operative consist of 124 elected members (the board looks for both quality and originality), representing the full handicraft scope; cheramics, glass, woodwork, silver, iron, leather, textile and clothing. Highly wearable, artistic quality.

    Opening hours:
    Mon-Fri: 11 - 18
    Sat: 11 - 16

    What to buy: A wide range of contemporary Swedish handicraft. Unique pieces. Great for gifts.

    What to pay: All from 30 SKR and up (to thousands).

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    Saluhall: Good quality food

    by Toshioohsako Written Mar 6, 2008

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    There are many good seafood, fruits, bread and meat shops altogether in this shopping mall. They also sell ready-made lunch boxes for different food. The food is excellent and there are also seafood restaurant, cafe and snack bars, record shop, pharmacy, kiosk, etc.

    What to buy: fresh fruits (a bit expensive but good quality), fish, neat, bread

    What to pay: As much as you can afford - 800 kronor, for example.

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    Urban Outfitters: Funny gifts, pretty clothes, cool stuff

    by glamourprincess Written Jan 1, 2008

    This popular store attracts the trendy young crowds with its crazy fashion and gifts. They sell both men's and women's clothing/shoes, in addition to make-up, accessories underwear, books, gifts.. Lots of cool and unique brands, and also a lot of vintage. I can spend hours in this store just browsing!

    What to buy: Cool and funny gifts for your friends, pretty things for yourself

    What to pay: $5 - $ 450

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    TopShop: Cool fashion and accessories

    by glamourprincess Updated Jan 1, 2008

    As we don't have TopShop in Norway I absolutely had to pay TopShop in Stockholm a visit! It's not as good as the one on Oxford Street, London, but it's good. Lots of trendy and cool clothes, and tons of jewelry and bags! I found the prices in Stockholm a bit stiff, but I still ended up with some stuff! Every girl's dreamstore!

    What to buy: Clothes, bags, accessories.. Kate Moss collection!

    What to pay: approx. 10 dollar and up to 350 dollar..

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  • Stockholm ShoppingGuide: A free guide

    by LPA Written Jun 7, 2007

    In almost every hotel front desk in Stockholm you can pick up a free copy of Stockholm ShoppingGuide. It inclueds almost every intrest of shopping. Categories, Malls, depatmentstores, etc.
    You can also get the content on line

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  • Nordiska Kristall: Eight Generations of Glassexperts

    by dimilag Written May 3, 2007

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    The Kjellander family has a unique history of glass craftsmanship. Fredrik and Louise, whose family owns Nordiska Kristall, are the eighth generation working with glass. The knowledge which the family has accumulated for generations is handed down to the clients in the form of interesting selections and expert advice.

    What to buy: Bowls, Candleholders, etc

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    Gudrun Sjödén: Ladies, look unique

    by Sjalen Updated Mar 13, 2007

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    Gudrun is a Swedish designer who have made herself quite a name and today has shops in the 3 main cities (plus one in Germany). Her clothes are very personal and in a comfortable Scandinavian cut, yet every year inspired by other cultures. In the last years, she has had Chinese embroidered jackets, Russian coats and other things to vary with her cotton basic wear in cheerful colours or with flower pattern. She also has some assesoirs and a few things for your house.

    What to buy: Comfy, yet stylish sweaters in cheerful colour mixes.

    What to pay: A bit more than average but this is not H&M. Still affordable compared to world fashion gurus.

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  • Supermarkets! Beware!: Booze n supermarkets

    by mattalthor Written Jan 12, 2007


    In Sweden, they dont serve strong stuff in supermarkets. Maybe up to about 3.5%. I could only find Cider up to 2.5%. No wine at all.

    For alcohol, its pubs, restaurants or the State Owned Alko shop I'm afraid

    What to buy: Pear Cider

    What to pay: Drink costs a lot but no more than elsewhere in say Denmark

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    London W8: Great neobaroque interiors

    by leromario Written Jul 7, 2006

    The designers behind the neobaroque interiors of Stockholm restaurants like the Beirut Café, Kharma and Foam also import furniture from far and wide.

    Their house labels include Moroso, Mark Brazier Jones and Christian Tortu.

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    More shops: Hamngatan

    by cheezecake_deli Written Jun 2, 2006

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    The area around Hamngatan contains many shops and department stores - it seems to be a popular place for Stockholmers to shop. It's much like any high street shopping in the western world - pleasant but a bit sedate.

    What to buy: Clothes mainly.

    NH department store on my camera phone
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    Götgatan on Södermalm: A nice and traffic free shoppingstreet

    by Vincedem Written May 11, 2006

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    This is the place to be if you are looking for the non-traditional shops... Overhere you can find more clothes for youngster, a bit trendy or a bit alternative! It´s located on Södermalm, the place to be in Stockholm if you want to see the new generation!

    There are also a lot of nice bars and restaurants


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    Subterrania: Goin' deeper underground

    by bobs12 Written Nov 25, 2005

    Not shop, rather an entire underground shopping complex. Excellent in cold weather (which Stockholm has in abundance), you can walk for miles under the main city streets where it's warm and cosy.

    What to buy: Er, I wouldn't buy anything, it's all rather expensive.

    What to pay: You can expect to spend every last euro.

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  • Tall Women's Fashions

    by peach93 Written Nov 22, 2005

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    One thing that I loved about Stockholm was the selection of clothing stores for women there. There are clothing stores for women everywhere, of course, but if you are really tall like me and have, well, a larger than average bustline, finding cool clothes and lingere can sometimes get tricky. In Sweden everything fits! : ) I was thrilled to death, I have to tell you. It was also great buying shoes there because nearly everything was in my size, whereas at home I have some trouble sometimes. It was heavenly. The styles and colors of everything were also right on. Highly recommended.

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