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Shopping In Stockholm

While Stockholm isn’t the first place you think of when you consider global shopping powerhouses, it has slowly grown to become a veritable shoppers’ paradise. From well-established brands like H&M and Marks and Ikea to smaller local boutiques there is no dearth of options in the floating city!  No matter what you happen to be looking for, you can rest easy knowing that Stockholm will have you covered! 
Here are some of the most popular shopping destinations in Stockholm. 

Drottninggatan
A major commercial and pedestrian street, that has a combination of quaint local stores, medium sized department stores and multinational chains! In addition to this, the focal point of the street is completely car free, which allows for uninhibited pedestrian movement across its numerous shops, restaurants and cafes. Drottninggatan’s sheer size also means it could very well take the course of an entire day to see every single shop on the street!  

Götgatan
Götgatan is one of the longest streets in Stockholm and has been around since the 12th century - running from one end of Södermalm to the other. The beginning of the street is pedestrian only and is choc-full of a variety of shops including top end boutiques by designers like Filippa K as well as some of the best record and music stories the city has to offer. There are also several charmingly offbeat cafés and restaurant to reinvigorate your spirit until you’re ready to resume shopping! 

Stora Nygatan
A shopping trip to Stockholm is rarely ever complete with a visit to Stora Nygatan in Old Town. While you aren’t likely to find any big brands or luxury labels here will almost certainly be able to find plenty of hidden gems in the streets numerous vintage shops. Among the best shops here are a comic book store – said to be the best in the city and a scarf shop that regularly receives favorable mention from tourists and locals alike! 

Nordiska Kompaniet One of the city’s magnificent and oldest department stores, home to almost everything from fashion, accessories to interior décor. Dating back to 1902, this mall has many interesting facts and stories with almost more than hundred traders selling the latest fashion. The café on the 4th floor and a sparkling Champaign Bar become the added attractions.

Vintage Market at Bruno Galleria
This is a famous Sunday flea market that gets flocked by the locals as well as a large number of tourists to proudly claim some of the antique and second-hand goods. 


While Stockholm isn’t the first place you think of when you consider global shopping powerhouses, it has slowly grown to become a veritable shoppers’ paradise. From well-established bra...

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