Clarion Hotel Sign
Ostra Jarnvagsgatan 35
Phone: (46) 8 676 98 00
Fax: (46) 8 676 98 99
Vete-Katten is a traditional coffee and tea house with a classic interior and an old-world charm. It was built in the beginning of the last century. The bread is home-baked and the pastry range is enormous. The café is spacious and divided into smaller coffee rooms. The staff wears old-fashioned aprons and smoking is strictly prohibited.
If local and traditional Swedish products interest you, then Iris Hantverk is just the right store. It stocks Swedish products, mostly accessories. You can purchase an apron decorated with a print of happy elks and a jar of herrings to eat. The carved wooden butter knife is popular among the locals. Prices are a bit high for local residents, but tourists can shop tax-free.
AMERICANA Classic Vintage is a great place to check out authentic vintage American clothing. If you're looking for a unique item or piece in good condition, AMERICANA Classic Vintage is worth a look. From classic denims, belts, accessories, jackets, knick-knacks and shoes; there's plenty to keep you looking. The company focuses on sourcing clothes that are of good quality, at reasonable prices. To find out the latest collection in-store, visit the website.
Located at the Centralstationen, the Pocket Shop opens up as early as 6.30a and sees many customers, some bibliophiles while others come to kill time, before boarding their train. The place sells a variety of books from various authors belonging to many categories. If you are traveling with children and need something to them busy on the journey, pick up something from here. In addition to books, the place also sells toys and other interesting things. The store is spacious and the staff is highly efficient and very knowledgeable too.
If you're looking for somewhere to pick-up some authentic German bread in Stockholm, Bäckerei Stockholm well located in the city center is a good option. With a nice selection of savory and sweet breads, sandwiches, pretzles and daily loafs; you can pick up your daily supply, or get a quick bite to take-away like a lunch sandwich or a morning freshly baked sweet treat. The shop also has a few tables and sofas to relax in if you want a break. Let their tempting display window invite you in to try some of their specialities like Sourdough bread, Apple strudel and Bretzel.
Spread over two floors, Centralantikvariatet seems like the ultimate treat for a bookworms. Besides film and theater books, this store is well-stocked with rare and old books on Swedish history and music literature. All their books are in either English or Swedish so its easy to find something you like.
Adam & Eva is located on one of Stockholm's primary shopping streets, Drottninggatan. It is a shopping gallery aimed at the younger generation. The café's TV monitors are tuned to MTV, and the shops primarily focus on teen fashion trends.
Buttericks is a tourist attraction. Here you can find everything you need to pull off practical jokes. False hands, fake sugarcubes and the like. There is also stuff for fancy dress parties, like wigs, masks, make-up, fangs, and fake blood. The biggest queue of wannabe vampires can be found here on the day before Halloween.
Vero Moda is a well-known brand and has three stores in the city. Located in Norway and Finland also, Vero Moda's primary focus is women's wear. There is a vast collection of women's trousers, skirts, shirts and cardigans. The clothes are trendy and very comfortable. You'll have clothes to suit all budgets here. One can pick out party, office as well as casual wear.
This clothes chain has several branches spread over Stockholm. Lindex specializes in lingerie for older women. A wide selection of lingerie in different colors, styles and sizes is available. Lindex also has everyday wear, children's clothes, cosmetics and accessories. The prices here are very reasonable. Check out the latest swimwear collection...very trendy.
Hemköp Stockholm City is a nice spot to shop for your groceries and stock up your pantry. Stroll through their aisles of vegetables, fruits, fish, frozen foods and deli. They even have a food court serving hot platters and salads every Monday through Friday.
Ahlens is a place where you can shop, eat, get relaxed and repeat! This spacious departmental store cannot be missed when you are strolling on Klarabergsgatan. The interior of the place is illuminated with yellow lights that accent the spotlessly maintained store. From children's apparel to fashion for adults, accessories, beauty and bath products, furniture and home decor items, music CDs and other entertainment products, all can be found under one brand name here. The place has an on-site restaurant and it also houses a salon.