Things to Do in Stockholm
Popular among city locals are the weekend markets, happening Saturdays and Sundays, include this when you visit Stockholm.
Hornstulls Markand is an outdoor market, located on the western part of Södermalm. It is open on Sundays from the months of April to October. Located at the waterfront, visitors are treated with a beautiful view while exploring the different stalls. There are vintage items, secondhand stuff, brand new clothes, bags, shoes, even art pieces, and food trucks abound.
The Bruno Vintage Market offers vintage items at bargain prices, also open during Sundays. Along Gotgatan are a wide variety of clothes, accessories, and shoes to choose from.
The Farmer’s Market is open during Saturdays, from August to October only. Located along Katarina Bangata Street, there are organic produce, locally-grown products, different kinds jam, and honey.
Also a must-see in a free tour Stockholm package, is the South Folkungagatan is packed, another shopping haven. It offers creative, fun, and cool shops, offering clothes, knickknacks, jewelry, houseware, music, vintage, and a lot more. A few popular international brands have their own shops here. This district is also home to several restaurants and cafes. Shoppers appreciate the laid-back atmosphere. Every last Thursday of the month, most shops are open up to 9pm for events and surprises.