Bergen has several cobblestoned pedestrian shopping streets, including Gamle Strandgaten, (Gågaten), Torgallmenningen, Hollendergaten, and Marken. Stores selling Norwegian handicrafts are concentrated along the Bryggen boardwalk. Near the cathedral, the tiny Skostredet has become popular with young shoppers. The small, independent specialty stores here sell everything from army surplus gear to tailored suits and designer trinkets. Most Bergen shops are open Monday–Wednesday and Friday from 9 to 5; Thursday from 9 to 7; and Saturday from 10 to 3. Bergen's shopping centers—Galleriet, Kløverhuset, and Bergen Storsenter—are open weekdays at least from 10 to 8 and Saturday from 10 to 6. Most shops are closed on Sunday.

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  • 1. Bergen Storsenter

    Sentrum | Shopping Centers/Malls

    The largest shopping center in the city, Bergen Storsenter has the types of shops you'd expect to find along a main street, including bookstores...Read More

  • 2. Berle Bryggen

    Bryggen | Crafts

    Here you'll find the complete Dale of Norway collection of sweaters and cardigans, as well as trolls, pewter, down duvets, and other traditional...Read More

  • 3. Galleriet

    Sentrum | Shopping Centers/Malls

    The most centrally located of the downtown shopping malls, Galleriet has more than 70 shops, including a wide range of smaller designer boutiques. ...Read More

  • 4. Hjertholm

    Sentrum | Ceramics/Glassware

    At this gift shop, most everything is of Scandinavian design. The pottery and glassware are of the highest quality—much of it is made by local...Read More

  • 5. Kløverhuset

    Sentrum | Shopping Centers/Malls

    Dating back to 1852, Kløverhuset is the country's oldest shopping center. These days there are several dozen shops and restaurants under one...Read More

  • 6. Norsk Flid Husfliden

    Sentrum | Crafts

    Established in 1895, this famous boutique sells Norwegian handicrafts, including sweaters, blankets, and leather items. You can also grab some...Read More

  • 7. Oleana

    Bryggen | Clothing

    The flagship store of this famous Norwegian design shop is full of gorgeous clothes and textiles with traditional and contemporary patterns...Read More

  • 8. Sundt

    Sentrum | Department Store

    The closest thing Norway has to a traditional department store, Sundt focuses primarily on fashion. It's been in business since the 1880s. ...Read More

  • 9. Theodor Olsens

    Sentrum | Crafts

    Run by the fourth generation of the same family, this venerable company sells some of the finest jewelry in the city. ...Read More

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