From the town square you can follow the pedestrian street St. Mariegate. On your way up this street, you will find different kinds of shops, for example clothes shops.
Glensgata crosses St. Marie gate, and is the oldest street known for trading in Sarpsborg. Glengsgata contains different small shops, the oldest being over 100 years old.
Here you can see the making of glass and buy different kinds of glass directly from the artist. You will find Indigo at Borgarsyssel Museum.
This is a shopping centre close to the motorway E6. 75 different shops, a coffee shop, bakery and grocery store.
Shopping centre in the town centre of Sarpsborg, close to the town square with 75 different shops to choose between. You will also find a coffee shop, bakery, grocery store, restaurants and Vinmonopolet (has the exclusive right to retail wine, spirits and strong beer in Norway. The products are purchased through importers holding the required licence for import) here.
Situated close to the motorway E6. 28 different shops, for example one of the largest sports shops in Norway.
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The town square is the starting point for the main shopping street in Sarpsborg. There are also several shopping centres in the area.
Shopping in Sarpsborg
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