Over 60 shopps under same roof everything from food to electronics, cafes, restaurants. Good indoor parking (2h free parking).
If you missed buying souvenirs in Stockholm then you can buy it here in Arlanda airport, but it´s very expensive.
What to buy: Souvenirs
A really fun store to visit even if you dont want to buy anything. Her they have all sort of prank stuff and costumes. It´s really worth a visit.
What to buy: How about BORAT swim bikini for men. Yes they sell it.
They sell all kind of things about and from Sweden, touristic stuff.
What to buy: You can buy all kind of things here from books to Dalahorses. Just go here and check it out.
What to pay: Look at the price.
INDISKA is my favourite shop!
Clothes,shoes,bags,accessaries,interior...so many cute things.And also low-priced.
A lots of oriental home furnishing stuff - furniture, small pieces, decorations, pillows, art, clothing and many more.
It is no coincidence that The Folklore Symbol of Sweden is a Dalahäst (= Dala Horse) and it is produced in Nusnäs and only Nusnäs in Dalarna.
This shop downstairs from Waynes Coffee has great items for home and kitchen use. Prices are very cheap compare.
What to buy: Home and kitchen items
For that discerning, hard-to-buy-for person: we all know someone like that! It's probably worth buying something here just to get the shopping bag.
Gotgatsbacken is part of Gotgatan, which is a street on the Southside. Its a good street for shopping, with many different clothes- and design shops.
I think they really have a nice style of fashion...esp. pants!! The shop is Danish though. You can get a tax refund if you're a foreigner.
What to pay: At least $100 for one piece.
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