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Shopping in Stockholm

Shopping choices range from upmarket boutiques in Östermalm to the edgier shops and markets of Södermalm, especially in SoFo (South of Folkungagatan) and Hornstull. Traditional souvenir-hunters take home classic Swedish glassware from Nordiska Kristall. Alternatively, buy your very own slice of Scandinavian chic in the form of homeware at vintage grotto Jackson's. Designer showcase shops like Tiogruppen are great for quirky gifts. Shops generally open Mon-Fri 10am-7pm, Sat 10am-5pm and Sun 12pm-4pm.

Åhléns, Stockholm. © Alexander Dokukin/Stockholm Visitors Board
Nordiska Kompaniet during Christmas, Stockholm, Sweden. Photo by Richard Ryan, courtesy of Stockholm Visitors Board
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Nordiska Kompaniet

Stylish Swedish brands

Glamorous Nordiska Kompaniet is known simply as NK by locals. Set in the centre of Stockholm and founded in 1902, it stocks Swedish brands including J Lindeberg, Nudie Jeans, Acne, Tiger, Anna Holtblad and Filippa K.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 10am-7pm; Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 12pm-4pm

Address

18-20, Hamngatan, Stockholm 111 77

Telephone

+46 (0) 8 762 8000

Transport

T-bana to Kungsträdgården

Website

NK Website

Åhléns, Stockholm. &copy Alexander Dokukin/Stockholm Visitors Board
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Åhléns

Sweden's favourite department store

Perhaps Sweden's most popular department store chain, Åhléns in central Stockholm is tasteful and ubiquitous. It stocks own-brand lines as well as concessions for brands such as Muji. The homeware department sells Swedish-designed fabrics and famous pared-down Scandinavian designs.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 10am-9pm; Sat 10am-7pm; Sun 11am-6pm

Address

50, Klarabergsgatan, Stockholm 101 29

Telephone

+46 (0) 8 676 60 00

Transport

T-bana to T-centralen

Website

Åhléns Website

DesignTorget, Stockholm. &copy Olof Holdar/Stockholm Visitors Board
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DesignTorget

Future Scandinavian design names

Quirky items by young Swedish designers are on offer at DesignTorget on Götgatan. Visitors invest in flowery trays or sleek toys with a distinctive Scandinavian feel, and all by the major designers of tomorrow.



Opening Hours

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

Address

31, Götgatan , Stockholm 116 21

Telephone

+46 (0) 8 644 1678

Transport

T-bana to T-Centralen

Website

Designtorget Website

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Hötorgshallen

World flavours

The bustling Hötorgshallen in the heart of Stockholm houses 35 international food stalls selling everything from gourmet Turkish kebabs to quality Swedish herring. Regulars of all nationalities come to feast on food from their country and soak up the friendly atmosphere.



Opening Hours

Mon-Thu 10am-6pm; Fri 10am-6.30pm; Sat 10am-4pm

Address

Stockholm 11157

Transport

T-bana to Hötorget

Website

Hötorgshallen Website

Östermalms Saluhall, Stockholm. Photo by Olof Holdar, courtesy of Stockholm Visitors Board
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Östermalms Saluhall

Grand food hall

In the suitably posh surroundings of Östermalm, Saluhall is an absorbingly diverse food hall which opened its doors in the late 19th century. Church-like grandeur contains herring stalls, chocolate-makers and plenty of snack stops.



Opening Hours

Mon-Thu 9.30am-6pm; Fri 9.30am-6.30pm, Sat 9.30am-4pm

Address

1, Östermalmstorg, Stockholm 114 39

Transport

T-bana to Östermalmstorg

Website

Östermalms Saluhall Website

Furniture. Photo by Olof Holdar, courtesy of Stockholm Visitors Board
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Jacksons

20th-century design classics

Packed with vintage 20th-century designer furniture, textiles and lighting, Jackson's in Östermalm looks curated rather than simply stocked. Interior designers and locals browse Art Nouveau statues, creative glassware, and 1950s daybeds.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 12pm-6pm; Sat 12pm-3pm

Address

53, Sibyllegatan, Stockholm 114 43

Telephone

+46 (0) 8 665 3350

Transport

T-bana to Östermalmstorg

Website

Jacksons Website

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Alvglans

Action figures and comics

On the edges of the hip SoFo area, Alvglans is a treasure trove-like comic book shop, specialising in old and new serials from all over the world as well as T-shirts and action figures.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 11am-6pm; Sat 11am-4pm

Address

84, Folkungagatan, Stockholm 116 22

Telephone

+46 (0) 8 642 6998

Transport

T-bana to Medborgarplatsen

Website

Alvglans Website

Colourful Glassware. Photo by Olof Holdar, courtesy of Stockholm Visitors Board
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Nordiska Kristall

Artful glass

It may be difficult to take home in one's luggage, but glass is one of the handicrafts Sweden is best known for. Family-run Nordiska Kristall in Ostermalm sells colourful bowls and crystal decanters, as well as pricey glass sculptures.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 9.30am-5.30pm; Sat & Sun 12pm-4pm

Address

9, Kungsgatan, Stockholm 111 43

Telephone

+46 (0) 8 104 372

Transport

T-bana to Hötorget

Website

Nordiska Kristall Website

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Tiogruppen

Graphic prints

A design collective made up of 10 Swedish designers, this tasteful shop on Götgatan specialises in graphic prints. The prints cover everything from children's clothes to paper napkins, shopping trolleys and oilcloth.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 10am-6.30pm; Sat 11am-5pm; Sun 12pm-4pm

Address

25, Götgatan, Stockholm 116 46

Telephone

+46 (0) 8 643 2504

Transport

T-bana to Slussen

Website

Tiogruppen Website

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