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Nokia

Nokia

The just-renovated Nokia flagship store is the best place in the world to come to pick up one of the famed Finnish brand’s telephones, mobile devices or electronics items. Great for just browsing, or pick up a special limited edition... Read More

Napa & Paja

Napa & Paja

This small shop has recently been transformed into an artsy bookshop and jewelry designers’ studio-cum-shop. The books they sell tend towards graphic novels, art books and other original reading paraphernalia (such as flip books), and... Read More

Minna Parikka

Minna Parikka

Founded in 2005, Minna Parikka’s shoe designs have taken the world by storm (Lady Gaga wore some of her pumps on her 2012 Europe tour) and Parikka herself has already gone on to become one of the country’s leading lights in fashion... Read More

Marttiini

Marttiini

Though you might have guessed this to be the Finnish spelling of a very alcoholic drink, this shop in fact sells a range of handmade Lapland-designed knives designed for hunting, fishing, camping, household and professional use. The... Read More

Marimekko

Marimekko

Capitalising on a soaring resurgence in popularity, this doyenne of Finnish fabric and fashion design is about as iconically Finnish as you can get. Though its designs are available all over the world, visitors to Helsinki can snag... Read More

Kankurin Tupa

Kankurin Tupa

This is a three-floor shop specialising in Scandinavian-themed (and made) products. In addition to their traditional and modern Finnish knitwear collections, other odds and ends here include crystals, t-shirts, toys and a good range of... Read More

Ivana Helsinki

Ivana Helsinki

Finland’s best-known independent fashion designer first made waves when it became the first Finnish company to participate in Paris fashion week. Now locally born Paola Suhonen’s has expanded her range of fun and funky feather-print... Read More

Helsinki 10

Helsinki 10

Billing itself as a “lifestyle warehouse”, this sizeable boutique deals in the latest streetwear and vintage clothing, an also carries an enviable array of fashion, art, music and books and design items. A definitive hipster... Read More

Fasaani

Fasaani

The largest antiques store in the city is something of a museum of everyday Finnish household goods spanning the past century. Among nearly 1,000 square metres of floor space, you’ll find vintage clothes, antique furnishings and other... Read More

Eat & Joy Maatilatori

Eat & Joy Maatilatori

Located inside the Kluuvi Market Hall, this foodies’ dream shop serves a range of local ingredients: artisanal cheeses and beers, organic jams, smoked salmon and fresh Finnish rye bread. You’ll find delicacies from more than 500... Read More

Digelius

Digelius

Located downtown, Finland’s best music shop has been around since 1971. They specialise in jazz and world music, but also have classical and folk, too – the best selection of Finnish folk music in the country, in fact. All in all,... Read More

Artek

Artek

Purveyor of dozens of exemplars of Alvar Aalto’s furniture, fabrics and lights, as well as items from other international interior designers, Artek’s flagship store is a gorgeous platform for many classic design goods. The shop... Read More

Arabia

Arabia

Located in the northern outskirts of Helsinki and easily accessed by tram number 6, the factory outlet for the world famous Arabia, Iittala and Hackmann brands of ceramics and glassware is the best spot for deals on remainders,... Read More

Antikvar Hagelstams

Antikvar Hagelstams

This is easily one of Scandinavia’s best antiquarian booksellers, with thousands of old maps, guides, prints and volumes. Spend an hour or so here and you’ll come across titles you’d never even know existed just from looking at... Read More

Akateeminen Kirjakauppa

Akateeminen Kirjakauppa

The city’s largest selection of books – some 8km of them – is part of the Stockmann department-store chain. As well as foreign-language newspapers and magazines, the store has a large section of English-language books, as well as... Read More


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