Specialising in wood, Aarikka is known for its distinctly Finnish jewellery.
Originally founded by Alvar Aalto and his wife Aino, this homewares, glassware and furniture store maintains the simple design principle of its founders.
Finland’s most celebrated designer fabrics, including warm florals and new designs, are available here as shirts, dresses, bags, sheets and almost every other possible application.
Helsinki’s ‘everything store’ does a good line of Finnish souvenirs and Sámi handicrafts, as well as textiles, jewellery, clothes and lots more. Export service.
Finland’s biggest bookshop, with a huge travel section, maps, Finnish literature and an impressively large English section including magazines and newspapers.
The Kauppahalli was built in 1889 and remains one of the country’s best with good snacks and produce.
Arabia refers to a whole district where the legendary Finnish ceramics company has manufactured its products since 1873. The complex includes an upmarket design mall, with several intriguing shops, including a large…
Secondhand and new CDs and vinyl from Suomi pop to jazz.
All things Moomin, including books in English and Finnish. There's also a branch at the airport.