The most popular souvenirs are knitted sweaters and cardigans, pewter, silverware, porcelain, hand-painted or rose-painted wooden items, goat and reindeer skins, woven wall hangings, furs, handicrafts, glass, crystal and pottery. You can also buy locally-made souvenirs from several galleries and artists in the region. If you would like to taste, eat or drink something typical for Romsdal, try "potetball" (dinner made of potatoes), "svele" (a local pancake) or "ananasbrus" (a local soft drink). There are several local food producers, and the use of local ingredients is getting increasingly popular in cafés and restaurants. Feel free to ask the staff for recommendations!
Like everywhere else in Norway, most shops in Molde and Romsdal are open from Monday to Saturday and closed on Sundays. In towns shops are normally open until 5 pm on weekdays (Monday to Friday), until 7 pm on Thursdays, until 3 pm on Saturdays. Supermarkets and shopping centres mostly stay open until 8 pm on weekdays, and until 4 pm or 6 pm on Saturdays. Many petrol stations also sell groceries and fresh bread round the clock all week.
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