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Shopping – Fashion – Gifts Stockholm : 65 Results

Practical information : Treat yourself (& others) Stockholm


Department stores are often open every day of the week, and usually close around 8pm, or around 6pm on Sundays. Most shops are open on Sundays and Mondays. Street shops are often open on weekdays until 6pm. Some small shops are only open three times a week, so check online.

Budget & TipsBudget & Tips

Prices are generally similar to those found in major French cities. However, a growing number of shops and stores only accept contactless or credit card payments, becoming cashless establishments. Moreover, prices are indicated including VAT. It is therefore extremely rare to be charged an additional cost without being notified in advance.

If you want to visit the world's largest IKEA, you can take the free bus directly to the store. It leaves every hour from Vasagatan, between 10am and 7:30pm.


Sales take place twice a year: after Christmas for the winter sales and after Midsommar, around 20 June, for the summer sales.

What's very localWhat's very local

One of the favorite souvenirs of tourists is the little Dalarna horse, painted in red with typical Swedish motifs. Otherwise, you will often find objects referring to Fifi Longstocking or the Moomins. An item that is often sold, especially in the period before Christmas, is the star-shaped light found in the windows during the winter. In general, haggling is rare, except in exceptional situations at flea markets or second-hand stores. For typical Swedish souvenirs, visit the store in Skansen!

Tourist trapsTourist traps

Gamla Stan contains stores full of mass-produced, low-quality items, whether food or handicrafts, that can be bought much cheaper in more authentic places.