In Kvadraturen, the city centre of Kristiansand, you can find more than 400 shops to choose from. It is around 100 establishments that serve food and drink and take good care of their customers. Kristiansand's main shopping street is Markensgate, a long pedestrian street in the city centre. Skippergata, one of the most charming streets in Kristiansand is home to fashion stores, art galleries and cafes.
In Kristiansand, shops are usually open from 9 AM - 6 PM and on Saturdays from 9 AM - 4 PM. There are extended opening hours in the malls. On Sunday most of the shops are closed, but souvenir shop's, restaurants, museums and galleries are open.
Links are to Google maps.
You can also see a list over all the stores in Kristiansand (in Norwegian).
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Suggested 1-Day in Kristiansand itinerary and self-guided tours. If you're only in town for a brief trip, there's still time to visit many of Kristiansand's attractions.
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