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Opened in 1968, Mobilia is a popular mall in Heleneholm. This shopping center has evolved over the decades as per consumer demands and sports a modern look. Comprising of 115 stores which includes independent boutiques, national chains, branded shops and other service stores, this place is a hub for shoppers. Add to that complimentary three hours parking is just an icing for those with vehicles. Window shop or shop till you drop, you will get tempted by the various deals in its retail stops. There is also a spa and salon on-site for some pampering. Replenish at any of their cafes and restaurants before, after or in between your shopping.
Thule is a household name in the world of outdoor sports gear ever since the company was established by Erik Thulin in 1942. What first started off as a company that makes products for fishermen and is now one of the leading manufacturers of high-quality adventure equipment for hiking, skiing, snowboarding, biking, skateboarding and mountaineering in Sweden. If you're shopping for adventure sports equipment and gear on a shoestring budget, this is the store you should visit.
Entré Malmo is a shopping mall in northern Malmo, which was later renamed as the Malmo Plaza after its reconstruction in 2009. Entre is divided into 3 separate sections: Shopping, Food and Entertainment & Recreation which are located on three separate floors giving the mall a very methodical and organized feel. The shopping center is a great place to spend some quality time shopping with family, after which you can catch a movie at the cinema hall located at the entrance of the building.
Trollets Lopis is a thrift store in Malmö from where you can buy everything from used clothes, footwear, home furniture, antiques, books and more. You could also get sell some of your old stuff that you aren't using anymore and also fetch a good price for it. Trollets also cares for the environment by making sure that the goods that aren't fit for any kind of usage are recycled instead of just being shoved into the nearest garbage dump.
Varuhuset 2 Kronor is a 15,000 square foot (1400 square meters) second-hand store in Malmo which sells used home furniture, outdated products and imitation commodities acquired from external sources. They also handle sale orders from customers from which they deduct a 35 percent commission on the final selling price. So if you're looking to cash in some of your old stuff, this is the place to do it from.
This little boutique is one of the favorite spots for the girls of Lund to shop. The designs are stylish and original and the prices, while fitting for hand-made work, are reasonable.