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Long street that runs through most of the city center. The nicest part is towerds Odenplan which... read more

Reviewed 27 August 2018
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Great shopping

Nice area where you can find almost everything you need. Don't forget to visit Clas Ohlson which... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2018
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Drottninggatan, Stockholm, Sweden
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 4 August 2014

Lots of tourists, very busy street, very crowded, lots of shops, cafes and mostly lots of H&M !! Loved it, and went shopping more than once, beware of the price difference between shops. The duty free at the airport could not compete with the prices...More

3  Thank rayanelb
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Reviewed 13 August 2010

Avoid this candy store, their weight is definitely showing too much (tiny candy bag was almost 600 grams...) and many chocolates and bottled waters are years too old. My sparkling water had expired in 2008 and tasted so weird I threw it away.

15  Thank Scandic_10
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Reviewed 9 September 2018 via mobile

Really enjoyed our trip to Drottningatan. We took the boat trip there and back, enjoying the scenery along the way then wandered through the palace and grounds. Well worth a visit! We had Stockholm passes which covered both the boat tour and entrances to the...More

Thank karenmI6677VE
Reviewed 8 September 2018

They have all kinds of shops and nice coffee shops if you just want to sit and take a break. The one end leads to Gamla stan. You have Ahlens dept store and the T Centralen in the middle.

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Reviewed 27 August 2018

Long street that runs through most of the city center. The nicest part is towerds Odenplan which tends to be less crowded and has some quite nice shops and cafes/restaurants. The closer to the old town you get, the more tourists and crap. If you...More

Thank Survivory
Reviewed 14 August 2018

Nice area where you can find almost everything you need. Don't forget to visit Clas Ohlson which has great products of all types at really good prices. All the other brands are in this are and on Konigstratte (sp?) which has all the outdoor gear...More

Thank Irfan K
Reviewed 6 August 2018 via mobile

This is the main shopping street and mall area in Stockholm. This a pedestrian zone only street. Lined on both sides with restaurants, shops, retailers and massive street activity. Commonly referred to as the “Queen’s Street”. This street runs throughout several neighborhoods from Norrmalm to...More

Thank Tony C
Reviewed 3 August 2018

Drottninggatan referring to the Queen is the main pedestrian shopping mall in Stockholm. Yes a lot of the stores are for tourists, but every now and then is a gem. Our travel guide told us where to get the Sami bracelets. It is within walking...More

Thank Sheryl T
Reviewed 4 July 2018

Drottninggatan is 1,5 kilometers long and stretches from Riksbron (Norrmalm) to Observatorielunden (Vasastan). The major part of the street is car-free and lined with numerous stores and shops. The street can be crowded with tourists.

Thank Mikael F
Reviewed 30 June 2018

Drottninggatan is the main shopping street in central Stockholm. Pedestrian only. Shops line both sides with restaurants, cafes and bars. Street goes quite a long way with shops ranging from touristy to high end. Ahlens Dept store is also located here.

Thank patraveller2007
Reviewed 7 June 2018 via mobile

Drottninggatan is the main shopping street of Stockholm. Its in the old city adjacent to Gamla stan. You can locate all your favourite stores like zara, h& m , cos... u name it.Thereare lots of cafes & restaurants for a quick bite. We found a...More

Thank Vidushi M
Reviewed 28 May 2018

After a nightmare with another watch shop (got a refund) I'm glad that I discovered Frank's Ur on the same street (Drottninggatan). Despite the stress, we managed to buy the watch before the trip to the airport, of course with Tax Free :) Now I'm...More

Thank Rich R
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Norrmalm is Stockholm’s most central and busiest
neighborhood. It’s home to the main shopping street,
Drottninggatan, and to Stockholm icons like the
Sergels Torg glass obelisk, the famous Hay Market with
its Carl Milles sculptures, and the Hötorget
Skyscrapers, a sight on every other Stockholm
postcard. Norrmalm is also home to Sweden’s most
traditional department stores Nordiska Kompaniet and
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Jónína Ö
16 October 2018|
Response from SanchoRamuk | Reviewed this property |
Shops typically open at 10 am I think. You might want to check specific shops on their website. I think they close at 8 pm on weekdays and 6 pm on weekends.