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The Scandinavian designs are taking the world by storm, and if you want to possess some of them, you must hit the stores. Helsinki has numerous malls, shops, and shopping outlets to please the shopaholic inside you.
Places like Kamppi Shopping Centre, Hakaniemi Market, and Market Square are where you'll get everything from fresh local produce to the most fashionable apparel. Apart from all the top things to do in the city, there are many cosy little curiosity shops, flea markets and antique stores where you'll find something interesting to take home as souvenirs. Many shopping malls contain restaurants, cafes, and kids' play areas for the entertainment of the whole family.
Kämp Galleria caters mainly to guests staying at the posh Kamp Hotel, located beside the mall. International brands, boutiques and high-end designer lines occupy the modern structure. Going hungry is not a problem; exquisite dining options are available at the mall's cafe.Address: Pohjoisesplanadi 33, 00100 Helsinki, Finland
This mixed social complex aims to provide everything to the residents of Kamppi. Ranging from transit terminals, freight depots, high-class offices, apartments and residential units, the shopping centre is complete with all amenities, retail stores, restaurants and a supermarket.Address: Urho Kekkosen katu 1, 00100 Helsinki, Finland
Kluuvi shopping centre, spread over four floors, sells clothing and assorted products. It also features commercial shops, restaurants, cafes and notable businesses like G-Star RAW, Superdry, Tiger of Sweden etc. Besides retail concept stores and eateries, it also includes an eco-market in the basement where around 500 Finnish small producers sell local delicacies.Address: Aleksanterinkatu 9, 00100 Helsinki
Shopping Centre Forum is one of the best shopping centres in Helsinki. The centre has about 140 shops of renowned fashion brands like Victoria's Secret, Hennes & Mauritz, Monki, BikBok, Marimekko, Pentik and Moomin Shop. You will also find several cafes and restaurants like Café Fazer, McDonald's, O'Learys, and Espresso House to relax and refresh after your shopping spree.Address: Mannerheimintie 14-20, 00100 Helsinki
Stockmann, a Finnish retailer, has six department stores in Finland. The largest department store in the Stockmann Helsinki Centre (Stockmann Helsingin keskusta) is spread across 50,000 sq.m. You will find everything from high-quality branded products, clothing, cosmetics, souvenirs and much more. Being widely popular among locals and tourists, it has also become a national landmark.Address: Aleksanterinkatu 52, 00100 Helsinki, Finland
Hakaniemi Market Hall is located at Hämeentie and has about 70 shops spread across two floors. On the 1st floor, various shops sell foodstuffs and grocery products, while on the 2nd floor, various innovative products and handicrafts are available.
Address: Hakaniemen Kauppahalli, 00530 Helsinki, Finland
The Old Market Hall in Helsinki has been serving its customers since 1889. Here visitors can shop for an array of products like cheese, fish, vegetables, fruit, cakes, spices, coffee, tea and much more. The market is situated near Helsinki Market Square. This place is best for getting Finnish delicacies and spending a relaxed evening at a cafe or restaurant.
Address: Eteläranta, 00130 Helsinki, Finland
Market Square (Swedish: Salutorget), situated beside the marina, is the destination for fresh produce, freshly cooked foods, meat, fruit, and fish- especially herring during its season or even reindeer sausages. The market also contains shops selling souvenirs, dolls, fur, crafts and clothing. Kauppatori is an open-air market with gusts of sea breeze coming off the ocean.Address: Eteläranta, 00170 Helsinki, Finland
This huge shopping complex houses about 250 stores, including restaurants and commercial sectors, and is ideally located near the Itäkeskus metro station. The top floors are for parking and offices, and the first two floors provide the shopping area with restaurants and a kids' play area.Address: Itäkatu 1–7, 00930 Helsinki, Finland
Located at Itämerenkatu near the Ruoholahti metro station, this shopping centre has over 20 shops, a 24-hour grocery store and business organisations under one roof. This space accommodates well-known enterprises like the K-City market, K-Rauta, and Alko. It is one of the most popular shopping destinations for shopping and casual dining.Address: Itämerenkatu 21, 00180 Helsinki, Finland
The Verkkokauppa.com store is located in the heart of Helsinki, next to the West Harbor. It offers home appliances, electronics, and sports goods. It also has a 24-hour kiosk, a gaming café, restaurants and a terrace with beautiful views of the city.Address: Tyynenmerenkatu 11, 00220 Helsinki, Finland
Also known as the Hietsu among the locals, this is one of the most popular markets in Helsinki. It is held on weekends at the Hietalahti square in the summer months. It contains around 150 stalls and kiosks selling clothes, antiques, used products, handicrafts, fresh vegetables and fruits and many more exciting stuff. You can also taste Finnish delicacies like tori kahvit, korvapuusti and munkki.Address: Lönnrotinkatu 34, 00180 Helsinki, Finland