Stockmanns department store in the Helsinki city center offers a selection of goods and restaurants with both local and international styles and flavors.
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I am an American. I have been exposed 24/7 to over the top consumerism, since I was born. Even in Spokane WA (a mid sized, lesser known city) you can buy just about anything you want. If it's not in a Spokane store front, you...More
Stockmann, the largest department store in the Nordic countries, was founded in 1862 and is located in the center of Helsinki. This upscale store with 50.000 m2 of retail space opened in 1930 and occupies ten floors and is renowned for its clock at the...More
Fantastic department store at the opposite end of the Esplanadi from Market Square. Much like Harrods or Selfridges. High end fashion as well as what you'd expect in terms of Finnish design and crafts. The grocery and deli/restaurant are spectacular.
It is fairly typical of all other department stores that you see. It has the big brands and is a lovely old building. It isn't cheap as Finland is expensive. If you enjoy shopping come visit.
When you plan to go shopping during your visit to Helsinki, Stocmann is the place to go. You can find all kinds of items ranging from those pertaining to local culture (including Lapland) to international fashion. The food/deli store is worth visiting as well.
The Stockmann department store is a culturally significant business building and department store located in the centre of Helsinki, Finland. It is one of many department stores owned by the Stockmann corporation. It is the largest department store in the Nordic countries in terms of...More
When in downtown Helsinki you cannot miss the huge Stockman's department store. They say if you can't find it in Stockmans then you probably don't need it. The service is outstanding. They have a Cafe and an outdoor deli. There are also restrooms available.