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  • Marimekko

    Hovrättsesplanaden 15, Vaasa

    Marimekko is a Finnish design house celebrated worldwide for its original prints and colours. Founded in 1951 by a visionary woman Armi Ratia, Marimekko is said to be one of the world’s first real lifestyle brands combining fashion, bags and accessories as well as home decoration into one unique point of view. Over the years, we have remained true to our original mission of bringing joy to everyday moments.

    +358 (0)50 576 5130


  • Pentik

    Vaasanpuistikko 18, Vaasa

    Pentik is an international interior design retailer, who wants to bring northern beauty and cosiness to homes. In our opinion, an inspiring home can be created by combining Finnish handicrafts and the most beautiful discoveries from all around the world. Our ceramics factory is in Posio, Finland.

    +358(0)40 3496450


  • Studio Ticket

    Shopping Centre Rewell, Ylätori, Vaasa

    Studio Ticket provides tickets for events in Vaasa and in Finland, they also has a small souvenir shop and an agency for Wasaline and tickets. In the same place you also find Vaasa region’s public transport – Lifti’s info point.

    +358 7 009 6525


  • Taito Shop Loftet

    Raastuvankatu 28, Vaasa

    House of crafts Loftet is worth a visit in the heart of Vaasa; a charming 19th century surroundings with a handcraft shop, changing exhibitions and a cosy coffee room.

    +358 (0)6 318 5300


  • Vaasa Market hall

    Vaasanpuistikko 18, Vaasa

    Vaasan kauppahalli

    For over a century Vasa Market Hall has been serving people as an essential gathering place and market in Vaasa. We, the merchants are very proud of our Gothic style hall building and its atmosphere ringing with history. Vasa Market Hall is one of the oldest in Finland, it is also protected by museum laws.

    The Market hall was built in two separate sections of which the first, the one adjacent to Vaasanpuistikko stood clear in 1902, the second one, closer to Kauppapuistikko in 1927. From 1963 and on, the two halves have been joined together, making a free passage between the upper and the lower section of the Market Hall.

    Visit the Market Hall for lunch, finish it off with a nice espresso and bring home some nice fresh ingredients – everything conveniently under the same roof! We also offer special treats that make your taste-buds water.