Skansen’s Christmas market is meant to be the longest running Christmas market in Stockholm. The market takes place in Bollnästorget inside the animal park. It holds many stalls containing traditional Swedish workmanship, homeware, decorations and Christmas goods. There is also a food market that runs alongside it.
For many Sthlmers attending Skansen at Christmas is a stand out highlight of the year. It’s a magical and beautiful time of year to visit.
Christmas flavours and smells in the garden café, farm shop and plantation, Christmas arrangements and wreaths and warming fire in the fireplace. From Nov 23 – Dec 21st. Daily from 11 – 16.
Gamla Stan is the classic tourist Christmas market in Stortorget. It is beautifully decorated and lit, just like something out of a fairy tale.
The market’s surrounding historical setting gives it a sense of historical importance. But, to be honest, there are so many other more interesting and diverse markets to visit, but the setting of this one is what makes it worth a visit.
A traditional Christmas market at the beautiful Zetas Trädgard. You can pick up everything from Christmas decorations, home-made food goodies, wreaths and handmade winter gloves, booties and sheepskin rugs.
Zeta’s Trädgårdcafe is also truly maginificent and the food is delicious. Very worth your while.
Täby’s Julmarknad theme this year is Eko-Reko-Retro Christmas.
We love this market because it has a bit of everything! And, because it’s slightly outside of Stockholm it’s never as busy as some of the more popular Christmas events. There’s not just stalls of produce but also events and activities for kids and grown ups. Log throwing, Jul pyssel etc.
Enjoy their fantastic selection of street food, stalls and food trucks, too!
Claiming to be Sweden’s largest Christmas market at Sörmländska’s Taxinge Slott with over 130 of the country’s best craftsmen. Take time to go around and muse among their amazing, handmade products and solve the Christmas gift list on one and the same day.
No matter what kind of craft and crafts you are interested in, you will receive your inspiration here. During the Christmas fair, you can also shop some incredible Christmas delicacies to light up our festive menu. Charcuteries, deli food, bakers, konditori’s and hand-crafted drinks.
Have you ever been to Sigtuna? It’s beautiful, and at Christmas it lights up with seasonal festivities and beautiful sounds. The Sigtuna Christmas market is full of traditional Swedish food, drink and gifts.
Admission is free and there is parking and you can get there by public transport, too. You can use your SL card all the way from Stockholm to Sigtuna.
The creative collective Zoo People are hosting their second Christmas market. This is a beautifully curated and unique market with full of hand-crafted goods. If you love creative markets and prefer to stay away from the tourist traps, this is the one for you.
Unpretentious and full of seasonal cheer, you will be guaranteed a cup of something sweet and spicy, and some very personal and one-of-a-kind gifts.
A long time favourite, Designmarknad Sthlm’s Julmarknad is a seasonal favourite for many. Hosted by Färgfabriken in their trendy and utilitarian factory setting. You can enjoy Christmas cheer in a wonderfully hipster way.
Here you will find all responsible products for your body, your soul, your home, your children. In the same place you can rest your feet, drink something good, have a tasty bite from the kitchen, or simply have a coffee. And, you also have the whole weekend at you so no stress! Good music, beautiful things and generally nice hanging are promised.
A warm Christmas market with outdoor feelings. Guests can stroll in peace and quiet away from cold winds and chilly ears. The garden shop is atmospherically decorated with beautiful plants that belong to Christmas. Make the most of this heart-warming atmosphere and enjoy a Christmas fika in their seasonal cafe.
Tyresö Handelsträdgård Julmarknad is a delightful afternoon and will leave you feeling full of seasonal cheer.
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