Must-see shopping in Turku & Finland's South Coast

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    Onoma

    At this design shop in the distinctive clock-tower building, the sharp, stylish arts, crafts and homewares are produced by members of the Fiskars…

  • Kaisla

    Folks of all ages (and genders) can get outfitted at Kaisla. The signature item is the snuggly under-duds – perfect for cold Nordic nights. But shoppers…

  • Fiskars Shop

    You can buy the Fiskars company's distinctive scissors (and other handy stuff) at its shop in the clock-tower building, which also has a small exhibition…

  • Klo Design

    Stylish and sweet, Klo does super-comfy clothing and accessories for women, especially dresses, tops and handbags, all with its signature bright colours…

  • PetriS Chocolate Room

    The handmade chocolates here include irresistible pralines and much-loved fruit-flavoured sweets, while the rainbow array of macarons is a show-stopper.

  • Brunberg

    It’s worth the trip from Helsinki just to visit one of Finland’s most acclaimed sweet shops, maker of legendary chocolate and liquorice delights.

  • Design Deli

    If you're looking for a unique souvenir, look no further. This boutique features all kinds of unusual products, all of which are designed or produced in…

  • Kustavi Handicraft Village

    Lots of arts and crafts, especially ceramics, soaps, candles and other household decorations. In summer there's an outdoor market with textiles and metals…

  • Casagrande

    Over a century old, Casagrande is run by a family that loves to play. There are lots of old-fashioned wooden and plush toys, in addition to other…

  • Kuura Cider

    At Kuura Cider, they're experts at finding ways to mix apples and alcohol. Concoctions for sale include Champagne-style apple cider and sweet apple…

  • Vanja Sea & Friends

    Adorable knits, especially hats and sweaters for children, are on display at this little boutique. Take a peek at the art gallery upstairs too.

  • Jokiå design

    An eclectic selection of clothing, jewellery, accessories and other knick-knacks – especially from local and Finnish designers.

  • Kui Design

    Totally cute kids' clothes, plus bags, prints, postcards and other stuff with a Turku theme.

  • Rekolan Panimo

    Fiskars' former knife factory now houses this wonderful independent brewery. You can view the beer being brewed through the shop window. Unfortunately,…

  • Wanha Naantali Kauppa

    Nostalgic Wanha Naantali Kauppa sells old-fashioned Finnish sweets, as well as magnets, signs, key chains, knick-knacks and all manner of silly souvenirs.

  • Hansa

    Locally known as Hansakortteli (Hansa Block), Turku's oldest and largest shopping centre is next to the kauppatori.