Stockholm’s Shopping Centers

Stockholm’s Shopping Centers
In Stockholm’s shopping centers you can find almost everything.

Sweden’s equivalent of Harrods or Bloomingdales is Nordiska Kompaniet (NK) on Hamngatan (just opposite Sweden House), whose rooftop illuminated sign, constantly rotating, is visible from far and wide in the city. In Stockholm’s shopping centers you can find almost everything.

Shopsaholics – welcome to Stockholm’s shopping scene!

Stockholm’s Shopping Centers
Nordiska Kompaniet NK Department Store on Hamngatan.

Nordiska Kompagniet sells almost everything
NK sells everything from shoes to sporting equipment, men’s and women’s clothing, glass, pottery and silver, jewelry and perfume; its serviced range from personal shoppers to post office and travel agency, and multicultural staff are always on hand to assist with changing currency and shipping your purchases back home.

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Stockholm’s Shopping Centers
Gallerian is a huge covered shopping arcade

Gallerian is another of Stockholm’s Shopping Centers
Heading West along Hamngatan, you come to Gallerian, a huge covered shopping arcade that stretches to Jakobsgatan; a block west is Sergels Torg, on whose southern side is Culture House (Kulturhuset), a popular meeting place and venues for lectures and entertainment, and the National Theatre.

Stockholm’s Shopping Centers
Don’t miss the food department at Åhlens City

Visit the food department at Åhlens City
Åhléns City is on the corner of Sergels Torg and Drottninggatan. It has a similar range and quality to NK, and a visit to its supermarket food department is a sightseeing tour in itself.

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Stockholm’s Shopping Centers
Sturegallerian is the most glamorous gallery in Stockholm

The most glamorous gallery – Sturegallerian
Stockholm’s most glamorous galleria is found at Stureplan in the heart of the city and is loaded with top end boutiques. You won’t find H&M here – instead you’ll find amazing shoe shops, one of the best handbag shops in the city, and tons and tons of gorgeous clothes for both men and women.

There are also several good cafés and restaurants, and a small food hall.

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Stockholm’s Shopping Centers
Inside Sturegallerian, Stockholm

Shopping in Sweden
Shopping in Sweden is rarely cheap. But goods are always high quality. For a bargain, the words to look out for are rea, which means sale, and extrapris, which does not mean extra, but special low price.

Stockholm’s Shopping Centers, compiled by Tor Kjolberg

Feature image (on top): Inside Nordiska Kompagniet NK

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Journalist, PR and marketing consultant Tor Kjolberg has several degrees in marketing management. He started out as a marketing manager in Scandinavian companies and his last engagement before going solo was as director in one of Norway’s largest corporations. Tor realized early on that writing engaging stories was more efficient and far cheaper than paying for ads. He wrote hundreds of articles on products and services offered by the companies he worked for. Thus, he was attuned to the fact that storytelling was his passion.