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30 Global Retail Cities: Stockholm

Executive Summary

With this series, 30 Global Retail Cities, we profile the world’s major shopping cities — from fashion capitals such as Milan to shopping hubs such as Honolulu and Bermuda. We have curated the top retail stores in each city, along with must-see shopping districts, major retail events and innovative store formats.

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Highlights from Stockholm:

  • As the cultural, media, political and economic center of Sweden featuring many heritage sites, Stockholm was named the European Capital of Culture in 1998.
  • Drottninggatan is the longest shopping street in Sweden. The street is home to many gift shops, restaurants and cafés, and hosts one of the most popular department stores in Stockholm, Ahlens City.
  • Located in an old paint factory, Fragfabriken is an innovative exhibition space that serves as a platform for contemporary cultural expressions with an emphasis on art, architecture and urban development.

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