Top Places to Shop in Stockholm


 Stockholm is a perfect place for shopping. There is a great variety of shops, department stores and shopping malls. One of everybody’s favorite areas to shop is the old town of Stockholm – Gamla Stan.

The Västerlånggatan street is also rich on different shops and antique stores, the prices however are pretty high.
Those of you looking for craft goods should visit Skansen, during summer it offers a lot of handmade goods and Skansen glass.

Such big department stores as NK Coast and Gallerian are located on the main shopping street called Hamngatan. NK boasts of such international brands as Marc by Marc Jacobs, Rock&Republic, Michael Kors, Juicy Couture, Citizens of Humanity, Patrizia Pepe, Stella McCartney, M Missoni, True Religion and Halston Heritage.

Among the most interesting accessories brands there is Hattbaren. It represents a great choice of hats to add more spice to your image. It is popular among hat wearers of all ages. And if you find yourself in a hat emergency while in the city of Stockholm in Sweden, head on to the Hattbaren and you won’t be disappointed.

Gallerian in its turn is home to more affordable brands such as Vero Moda, Top Shop, OASIS, Lindex, Mexx, Jack and Jones, Joy, Hollister, Ecco, ESPRIT and of course H&M.

H&M, without a doubt, is one of the largest retail clothing exporters in the whole country. H&M Hennes and Mauritz AB or more popularly known as H&M is a Swedish brand of clothing recognized worldwide for their affordable and high-quality products.

Among other big shopping malls where you can find practically everything are Åhléns City, Sturegallerian and PUB.  In Sturegallerian more than sixty retailers offer their products. They include both Swedish and international brands. The mall is located in the very heart of Stockholm and can be easily reached by subway. It is incredibly proud of its one of the best bookstores in the city. Besides having one of the biggest bookstores, Sturgallerian also boasts of one of the best spas where you can work out, get a traditional Swedish massage and get your hair done afterwards.

Another shopping district one should not miss is SOFO or "South of Folkungagatan". It is a pretty new one and is located in Södermalm district. It occupies the streets Kokgatan, Skånegatan, Bondegatan and Götgatan. Here you will see a lot of hipsters and funk oriented youth. Every last Thursday of the each month there is a SOFO night. All the shops offer refreshments to clients and offer free entertainment. All the shops are open till 9 o’clock in the evening and the majority of them provide live music. As you can see shopping in Stockholm is more than just wondering among numerous shops.