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Shopping in Helsinki

The city centre boasts some famous department stores and excellent shopping malls, including Stockmann's designer fashion and the Moomin Shop, the official place for Moomin character memorabilia. Nordic interior design and fashion is a major draw for the Helsinki shopper, but it's worth heading a little off the beaten track to hunt for bargains at the Market Square in Kaartinkaupunki or Hakaniemi Market Hall in Kallio.

Shops

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  1. 1. Kalevala Koru - Shops

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    Known internationally, Kalevala Koru is one of Europe's largest jewellery manufacturers, as well as one of Finland's best-known brands. With all its wares manufactured on home soil, the Helsinki flagship store stocks jewellery with a distinctly Nordic feel.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 10am-6pm; Sat 10am-4pm

    Address

    25, Unioninkatu, Helsinki 00170

    Telephone

    +358 (0) 207 611 380

    Transport

    Tram 3B to Senaatintori

    Website

    Kalevala Koru Website

  2. 2. Stockmann - Shops

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    Stockmann, Helsinki. © Helsinki City Tourist & Convention Bureau

    Stockmann in the city centre is practically ingrained in the Finnish constitution. To go to Helsinki and not visit is unthinkable. As well as designer gear from Finnish and international designers, there's lots of good delicacies to stock up on.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 9am-9pm; Sat 9am-6pm

    Address

    52B, Aleksanterinkatu, Helsinki 00100

    Telephone

    +358 (0) 9 121 1

    Transport

    Central Station tram, bus or metro

    Website

    Stockmann Website

Markets

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  1. 3. Market Square - Markets

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    Market Square, Helsinki. © Helsinki City Tourist & Convention Bureau

    The city centre's Market Square is a meeting place for the locals to gossip and snack on delicacies such as salmon and reindeer. It also sells arts and crafts, reindeer skins and hunting knives, cured reindeer meat and local vodka.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 6.30am-6pm; Sat 6.30am-4pm, May-Sep also Sun 10am-5pm

    Address

    South Harbour, Helsinki 00170

    Telephone

    +358 (0)9 3107 1390

    Transport

    Tram 4 to Senaatintori

  2. 4. Hakaniemi Market Hall - Markets

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    Hakaniemi Market Hall, in the Kallio district, shows visitors a slice of Helsinki life that they may otherwise miss. The market's Upper Hall, located immediately above the food hall, is crammed with bargain textiles, woollen goods, art supplies and plenty more.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 8am-6pm; Sat 8am-4pm

    Address

    Hakaniemi Marketplace, Helsinki 00530

    Telephone

    +358 (0) 9 310 1671

    Transport

    Hakaniemi metro

    Website

    Hakaniemi Marketplace Website

Specialists

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  1. 5. Skanno - Specialists

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    Skanno's most famous design is the Kameleleonitti sofa, which can be stripped of its cover and given a new one. A visit to the shop in Ruoholahti will reveal why Finland is one of the world leaders in interior design.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 11am-7pm; Sat 10am-5pm

    Address

    13G, Porkkalankatu, Helsinki 001800

    Telephone

    +358 (0) 9 612 9440

    Transport

    Ruoholahti metro

    Website

    Skanno Website

  2. 6. Design Forum Shop - Specialists

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    Design Forum Shop, Helsinki. © Helsinki City Tourist & Convention Bureau

    Originality is the word at the Design Forum Shop, with 100% Finnish objects made of glass, wood, ceramics and textiles, many of which are actually useful, rather than just decorative. This city-centre shop is a design treasure trove.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 10am-7pm; Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 12pm-5pm

    Address

    7, Erottajankatu, Helsinki 00130

    Telephone

    +358 (0) 9 6220 810

    Transport

    Central Station tram, bus or metro

    Website

    Design Forum Website

  3. 7. Annikki Karvinen - Specialists

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    Ms. Karvinen became famous for her sophisticated and subtle choice of colours, and for elevating poppana (Finnish cotton) into the stellar peaks of fashion. All poppana fabrics are hand woven, and Ms. Karvinen has adapted the same style to velvet, silk and viscose for more formal and more expensive fashions. She designs jackets for both indoors and outdoors. 

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    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 10am-6pm; Sat 10am-4pm

    Address

    Pohjoisesplanadi 23, Helsinki, Finland

    Telephone

    010/229-33-17

  4. 8. Moomin Shop - Specialists

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    Moomin Shop, Helsinki. Photo by Seerit Sundell

    One of Finland's best-known authors, Tove Jansson’s most loved creations are the Moomins, a curious community of hippopotamus-like white trolls. Located in the Forum shopping centre, Helsinki's Moomin shop sells all manner of Moomin-related memorabilia and keepsakes.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 10am-8pm; Sat 10am-5pm

    Address

    Forum Shopping Centre, 20, Mannerheimintie, Helsinki

    Telephone

    +358 (0) 40 192 0720

    Transport

    Tram to Lasipalatsi

    Website

    Moomin Shop Website

  5. 9. Marimekko - Specialists

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    Hard-wearing and funky at the same time, it's hard to go wrong with Marimekko's now classic Finnish clothing line. This-city centre outlet also sells a selection of bags and accessories, and homeware items including decorative interior textiles.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 10am-7pm; Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 12pm-5pm

    Address

    31, Pohjoisesplanadi, Helsinki 00130

    Telephone

    +358 (0) 9 686 0240

    Transport

    Central Station tram, bus or metro

    Website

    Marimekko Website

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