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Babette

Roslagsgatan 6

T-bana green line to Rådmansgatan
Small, local and crowded because the pizza is delicious. We recommend you to start with one of their sharing plates and when it comes to beverage, wine is their game. More info on Babette or to make a booking in their restaurant, click here:  

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Agnes

Norra Agnegatan 43

T-bana blue line to Rådhuset
It's like coming home to an amazing wine cellar. Food varies from Japanese to Mediterranean. More info on Agnes restaurant or to make a booking, click here:

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Sturehof

Stureplan 2

T-bana red line to Östermalmstorg
The top choice if you ask the chef's around town. Open until late and we can promise you that it will be crowded. Even if on a Monday. More info on Sturehof restaurant or to make a booking, click here:    

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La Vecchia Signora

Åsögatan 163

T-bana green line to Medborgarplatsen
Italian food in a great location. Our favourite dish - Polpo e Salsiccia.

More info on La Vecchia Signora restaurant or to make a booking, click here:

 

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Bistro Pastis

Baggensgatan 12

T-bana green/red line to Gamla Stan
Classic French cuisine. A 25 seat restaurant located in the old town. Think romantic and bring someone special.

More info on Bistro Pastis restaurant or to make a booking, click here:

 

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Racamaca

Wollmar Yxkullsgatan 5B

T-bana red line to Mariatorget
Delicious food in a great location, at Racamaca it's all about sharing and tapas. For those planning a night out this is the perfect place to start of.

More info on Racamaca restaurant or to make a booking, click here:

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Kaffe

St. Paulsgatan 17

T-bana green/red line to Slussen
Small and super cosy, as the name suggests, Kaffe is all about coffee. Tip: bring cash

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Kaffebar

Bysistorget 6

T-bana red line to Mariatorget
Coffee is one thing, pastries are another, and if you like both, this place is for you. The location is one of our favorites in Stockholm, so when afternoon coffee eases into the cocktail hour you'll find plenty of good spots around.  

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Cafe Pascal

Norrtullsgatan 4

T-bana green/red line to Slussen
Run by three siblings, everything here is locally produced - from the coffee to the delicious pastries.

More info on Cafe Pascal click here:

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IL Cafe

Mäster Samuelsgatan 10

T-bana red line to Östermalmstorg
Proof that size does'nt matter. In this super small cafe you'll find great coffee, tasty pastries and friendly conversations.

More info on IL Cafe, click here:

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Saturnus

Eriksbergsgatan 6

Bus 2 to Eriksbergsgatan
A French inspired "we have everything" type of cafe - delicious food, refreshing drinks, sweet treats and a great location. A truly local favourite.

More info on Saturnus click here:

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Konditori Sturekatten

Riddargatan 4

T-bana red line to Östermalmstorg
If 18th century style afternoon tea is your thing, then this is your place.

More info on Konditori Sturekatten, click here:

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Marie Laveau / Little Quarter

Hornsgatan 66

T-bana red line to Mariatorget
It's hard to not like this placve because they have everything - week-end brunch, dinner and upstairs bar and a downstairs nightclub.

More info on Marie Laveau / Little Quarter, click here:

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Tjoget

Hornsbruksgatan 24

T-bana red line to Hornstull
A touch of South America across three different rooms. That's a restaurant, a wine bar and a barbershop! Their cocktails are also ranked in the world top 50.

More info on , click here:

 

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Tweed

Lilla Nygatan 5 T-bana green/red line to Gamla Stan Its Chesterfield armchairs and long drinks are your thing, this is the place for you. Located in the beautiful surroundings of Gamla Stan it's also a neighbour to one of your favourite restaurants - Djuret.

More info on Tweed, click here:

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Hommage

Krukmakargatan 22

T-bana red line to Mariatorget
Small and hidden this is a gem for those that love cocktails, and those that want to hang out with real locals.

More info on Hommage, click here:

 

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Indigo

Götgatan 19

T-bana green/red line to Slussen
Retro is the keyword and Stockholm classic is the description.

More info on Indigo, click here:

 

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Paradiso

Timmermansgatan 24 T-bana red line to Mariatorget From the creators of Tjoget, this is a place for Rum lovers.

More info on Paradiso, click here:

 

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Moon Hotel

Lästmakargatan 3

T-bana red line to Östermalmstorg
Open until 5 am from Friday to Sunday, if after party is your thing, Moon Hotel is your place. Small and very popular so expect to queue.  

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Kåken

Regeringsgatan 66

T-bana green line to Hötorget
Enjoy a drink or take to the dance floor. In this bar, part club establishment the choice is yours.

More info on Kåken, click here:

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Bernies

Norrlandsgatan 24

T-bana red line to Östermalmstorg
Some days just feel more fancy than others. On these days we go to Bernies, a speak easy bar decked in velvet.

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Morfar Ginko

Swedenborgsgatan 13

T-bana red line to Mariatorget
Eclectic is the vibe. A place to hang out, mingle, dance or play a game of ping-pong!

More info on Morfar Ginko, click here:

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Trädgården / Under Bron

Hammarby Slussväg 2

T-bana green line to Skanstull
Good food, drinks, boule, outdoor cinema, DJ's and dance floors. This is Stockholm summer.

More info on Trädgården, click here:

 

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Svartengrens

Tulegatan 24

Bus 50 to Surbrunnsgatan
Svartengrens love meat but hate how the meat industry works. A complex relationship thats simply means everything you eat there is locally produced. and if you're not hungry, grab a drink in their unique "new thinking" bar.

More info on Svartengrens, click here:

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Häktet

Hornsgatan 82

T-bana green/red line to Zinkensdamm
Locally inspired food, three bars and a dance floor all set in the surrounds of an 18th prison.

More info on Häktet, click here:

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Carousel

Gustav Adolfs torg 20

T-bana blue line to Kungsträdgården
A place where exclusive meets playful and restaurant meets bar.

More info on Carousel, click here:

 

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Bouqeria

Timmermansgatan 24

T-bana red line to Östermalmstorg
During daytime this mall dwelling restaurant serves delicious tapas. But, when the mall closes, that's when the real fun begins!

More info on Bouqeria, click here:

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Laika

Långholmsgatan 15

T-bana red line to Hornstull
A place where Peruvian street food meets art, meets live performance, meets surprises galore.

More info on Laika, click here:

 

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Moderna Museet

Exercisplan 4

Bus 65 to Moderna Museet
Stockholms museum of modern and contemporary art and a great place for coffee or lunch.

More info on Moderna Museet, click here:

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Fotografiska

Stadsgårdshamnen 22

T-bana green/red line to Slussen
Take in an exhibition, sign-up to a photography course, have a drink in the museum with more to it than meets the eye.

More info on Fotografiska, click here:

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Nordiska Museet

Djurgårdsvägen 6-16

Tram 7 to Nordiska museet/Vasa
You want to know more about Sweden? This is the place to visit. Nordiska is dedicated to the cultural history and ethnography of Sweden, from the early modern period through today.

More info on Nordiska Museet, click here:

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Vasa Museum

Galärvarvsvägen 14

Tram 7 to Nordiska museet/Vasa
Vasa - a ship with an amazing story and a museum that is described entirely to it. See it to believe it.

More info on Vasa Museum, click here:

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Grandpa

Södermannagatan 21

T-bana green line to Medborgarplatsen
Carefully curated clothing and accessories to inspire tired wardrobes. The sort of place impersonal gets a lot more personal.

More info on Grandpa, click here:

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Brandstationen

Hornsgatan 64

T-bana red line to Mariatorget
Where those that love old and beautiful things shop. Vintage furniture, accessories, watches, jewelry and much, much more.

More info on Brandstationen, click here:

 

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LA Boutique

Kindstugatan 4

T-bana green/red line to Gamla Stan
This small and exclusive shop is home to specs and other accessories from some of Scandinavia's and Europe's best designers.

 

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Judits

Hornsgatan 75

T-bana red line to Zinkensdamm
Vintage clothes shopping made easy. Carefully curated, here you will only find the best hand-picked pieces. The only faux-aps would be not paying it a visit.

More info on Judits, click here:

 

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Acne Archive

Torsgatan 53

T-bana green line to St Eriksgatan
Last seasons collections meets vintage at nice prices - that's what Acne Archive is all about and a good reason to drop by.      

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Skinnarviksberget

Södermalm

T-bana red line to Mariatorget
A hill on the south side of town, just by the waterline, this is a favourite spot of locals becuase of its amazing view over the town. Tip: think steep and attire your feet appropriately.  

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Rosendals Trädgård

Rosendalsvägen 38

Tram 7 to Waldermarsudde
In the summertime this is a must. At this beautiful city center garden cafe you can relax, eat, drink and soak up some nature.  

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Stadsbiblioteket

Sveavägen 73

T-bana green line to Rådmansgatan
Stockholms public library and one of its most spectacular buildings. Tip: don't be shy, go inside.    

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Hagaparken

Solna

Bus 57 to Haga södra
Stockholms very own Central Park. A place to walk in nature, sit in nature, drink coffee in nature or just enjoy the nature.  

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Triewalds Malmgård

Gjörwellsgatan 29

Bus 1 to Fyrverkarbacken
A 15th century building and beauty spot that's just a bike ride away.  

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Långholmens Klippbad

Långholmsbacken 9

T-bana red line to Hornstull
For those in need of a swim on a sunny, summers day, Långholmensklippbad is the place. Close to the action, yet secluded and cozy, this little island provides perfect swimming and picknicking.  

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Hudviksvallsgatan

Vasastan

Bus 57 to Vanadisplan
Or Stockholms art street. It's here you'll find numerous small art galleries. Tip: Avoid going on Sundays and Mondays, nothing is open.  

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Stadshuset

Hantverkargatan 1

Bus 3 to Stadshuset
Stockholms City Hall is a must. A beautiful building with a great story, we suggest you take a guided tour. Alternatively just stroll around the grounds at your leisure.  

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Observatorielunden

Vasastan

T-bana green line to Rådmansgatan
A park with an interesting history. It's also located just a few steps away from the main shopping drag, a spot that makes it the perfect oasis for a mid-shopping break.

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Monteliusvägen

Södermalm

T-bana green/red line to Slussen
A 500m long street that provides views across lake Mälaren, to the City Hall and beyond. Tip: sunrise for early risers, sunset for early revelers.  

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Sergels Torg

Norrmalm

T-bana any line to T-Centralen
The epicenter of Stockholm and probably one of its most famous public spaces. Want to join a demonstration or start a flashmop then Sergelstorg is your place. Why not stroll by today and see what's on offer?

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Kungliga Slottet

Gamla Stan

T-bana green/red line to Gamla Stan
Stockholms Royal Palace is one of the largest in Europe. It's also open to the public so stop by and try out the thrones.

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Kungsträdgården

Jussi Björlings alle 5

T-bana blue line to Kungsträdgården
Where outdoor cafes and bars meet the city center. With events all year around this park is always worth a visit.

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Brända Tomten

Kindstugatan 4

T-bana green/red line to Gamla Stan
In Swedish this means "The burnt lot" and to be honest it's tricky to describe. Let's just say it's a small triangle shaped space where there once stood a building, but now there are just a few benches and a chestnut tree. More importantly it's a beautiful place to visit. And for those curious about the history there's a guided tour.  

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Mosebacke

Södermalm

T-bana green/red line to Slussen
A summertime must. Here you'll find restaurants, bars a theatre and a vibrant outdoor scene all perched on what feels like the top of Stockholm.  

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Kastellet

Kastellbacken 1

Bus 65 to Stockholm Kastellholmsbron
Looking out from the shores of Stockholm you'll see an island called Kastellholmen. On this island is a small castle with a flag on top. Every morning this flag gets raised to affirm that Sweden is at peace. To learn more or just enjoy the view you can take a boat ride to see for yourself.  

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Babette 1 Babette

Roslagsgatan 6

T-bana green line to Rådmansgatan
Small, local and crowded because the pizza is delicious. We recommend you to start with one of their sharing plates and when it comes to beverage, wine is their game. More info on Babette or to make a booking in their restaurant, click here:  

Agnes 2 Agnes

Norra Agnegatan 43

T-bana blue line to Rådhuset
It's like coming home to an amazing wine cellar. Food varies from Japanese to Mediterranean. More info on Agnes restaurant or to make a booking, click here:

Sturehof 3 Sturehof

Stureplan 2

T-bana red line to Östermalmstorg
The top choice if you ask the chef's around town. Open until late and we can promise you that it will be crowded. Even if on a Monday. More info on Sturehof restaurant or to make a booking, click here:    

La Vecchia Signora 4 La Vecchia Signora

Åsögatan 163

T-bana green line to Medborgarplatsen
Italian food in a great location. Our favourite dish - Polpo e Salsiccia.

More info on La Vecchia Signora restaurant or to make a booking, click here:

 

Bistro Pastis 5 Bistro Pastis

Baggensgatan 12

T-bana green/red line to Gamla Stan
Classic French cuisine. A 25 seat restaurant located in the old town. Think romantic and bring someone special.

More info on Bistro Pastis restaurant or to make a booking, click here:

 

Racamaca 6 Racamaca

Wollmar Yxkullsgatan 5B

T-bana red line to Mariatorget
Delicious food in a great location, at Racamaca it's all about sharing and tapas. For those planning a night out this is the perfect place to start of.

More info on Racamaca restaurant or to make a booking, click here:

Kaffe 7 Kaffe

St. Paulsgatan 17

T-bana green/red line to Slussen
Small and super cosy, as the name suggests, Kaffe is all about coffee. Tip: bring cash

Kaffebar 8 Kaffebar

Bysistorget 6

T-bana red line to Mariatorget
Coffee is one thing, pastries are another, and if you like both, this place is for you. The location is one of our favorites in Stockholm, so when afternoon coffee eases into the cocktail hour you'll find plenty of good spots around.  

Cafe Pascal 9 Cafe Pascal

Norrtullsgatan 4

T-bana green/red line to Slussen
Run by three siblings, everything here is locally produced - from the coffee to the delicious pastries.

More info on Cafe Pascal click here:

IL Cafe 10 IL Cafe

Mäster Samuelsgatan 10

T-bana red line to Östermalmstorg
Proof that size does'nt matter. In this super small cafe you'll find great coffee, tasty pastries and friendly conversations.

More info on IL Cafe, click here:

Saturnus 11 Saturnus

Eriksbergsgatan 6

Bus 2 to Eriksbergsgatan
A French inspired "we have everything" type of cafe - delicious food, refreshing drinks, sweet treats and a great location. A truly local favourite.

More info on Saturnus click here:

Konditori Sturekatten 12 Konditori Sturekatten

Riddargatan 4

T-bana red line to Östermalmstorg
If 18th century style afternoon tea is your thing, then this is your place.

More info on Konditori Sturekatten, click here:

Marie Laveau / Little Quarter 13 Marie Laveau / Little Quarter

Hornsgatan 66

T-bana red line to Mariatorget
It's hard to not like this placve because they have everything - week-end brunch, dinner and upstairs bar and a downstairs nightclub.

More info on Marie Laveau / Little Quarter, click here:

Tjoget 14 Tjoget

Hornsbruksgatan 24

T-bana red line to Hornstull
A touch of South America across three different rooms. That's a restaurant, a wine bar and a barbershop! Their cocktails are also ranked in the world top 50.

More info on , click here:

 

Tweed 15 Tweed

Lilla Nygatan 5 T-bana green/red line to Gamla Stan Its Chesterfield armchairs and long drinks are your thing, this is the place for you. Located in the beautiful surroundings of Gamla Stan it's also a neighbour to one of your favourite restaurants - Djuret.

More info on Tweed, click here:

Hommage 16 Hommage

Krukmakargatan 22

T-bana red line to Mariatorget
Small and hidden this is a gem for those that love cocktails, and those that want to hang out with real locals.

More info on Hommage, click here:

 

Indigo 17 Indigo

Götgatan 19

T-bana green/red line to Slussen
Retro is the keyword and Stockholm classic is the description.

More info on Indigo, click here:

 

Paradiso 18 Paradiso

Timmermansgatan 24 T-bana red line to Mariatorget From the creators of Tjoget, this is a place for Rum lovers.

More info on Paradiso, click here:

 

Moon Hotel 19 Moon Hotel

Lästmakargatan 3

T-bana red line to Östermalmstorg
Open until 5 am from Friday to Sunday, if after party is your thing, Moon Hotel is your place. Small and very popular so expect to queue.  

Kåken 20 Kåken

Regeringsgatan 66

T-bana green line to Hötorget
Enjoy a drink or take to the dance floor. In this bar, part club establishment the choice is yours.

More info on Kåken, click here:

Bernies 21 Bernies

Norrlandsgatan 24

T-bana red line to Östermalmstorg
Some days just feel more fancy than others. On these days we go to Bernies, a speak easy bar decked in velvet.

Morfar Ginko 22 Morfar Ginko

Swedenborgsgatan 13

T-bana red line to Mariatorget
Eclectic is the vibe. A place to hang out, mingle, dance or play a game of ping-pong!

More info on Morfar Ginko, click here:

Trädgården / Under Bron 23 Trädgården / Under Bron

Hammarby Slussväg 2

T-bana green line to Skanstull
Good food, drinks, boule, outdoor cinema, DJ's and dance floors. This is Stockholm summer.

More info on Trädgården, click here:

 

Svartengrens 24 Svartengrens

Tulegatan 24

Bus 50 to Surbrunnsgatan
Svartengrens love meat but hate how the meat industry works. A complex relationship thats simply means everything you eat there is locally produced. and if you're not hungry, grab a drink in their unique "new thinking" bar.

More info on Svartengrens, click here:

Häktet 25 Häktet

Hornsgatan 82

T-bana green/red line to Zinkensdamm
Locally inspired food, three bars and a dance floor all set in the surrounds of an 18th prison.

More info on Häktet, click here:

Carousel 26 Carousel

Gustav Adolfs torg 20

T-bana blue line to Kungsträdgården
A place where exclusive meets playful and restaurant meets bar.

More info on Carousel, click here:

 

Bouqeria 27 Bouqeria

Timmermansgatan 24

T-bana red line to Östermalmstorg
During daytime this mall dwelling restaurant serves delicious tapas. But, when the mall closes, that's when the real fun begins!

More info on Bouqeria, click here:

Laika 28 Laika

Långholmsgatan 15

T-bana red line to Hornstull
A place where Peruvian street food meets art, meets live performance, meets surprises galore.

More info on Laika, click here:

 

Moderna Museet 29 Moderna Museet

Exercisplan 4

Bus 65 to Moderna Museet
Stockholms museum of modern and contemporary art and a great place for coffee or lunch.

More info on Moderna Museet, click here:

Fotografiska 30 Fotografiska

Stadsgårdshamnen 22

T-bana green/red line to Slussen
Take in an exhibition, sign-up to a photography course, have a drink in the museum with more to it than meets the eye.

More info on Fotografiska, click here:

Nordiska Museet 31 Nordiska Museet

Djurgårdsvägen 6-16

Tram 7 to Nordiska museet/Vasa
You want to know more about Sweden? This is the place to visit. Nordiska is dedicated to the cultural history and ethnography of Sweden, from the early modern period through today.

More info on Nordiska Museet, click here:

Vasa Museum 32 Vasa Museum

Galärvarvsvägen 14

Tram 7 to Nordiska museet/Vasa
Vasa - a ship with an amazing story and a museum that is described entirely to it. See it to believe it.

More info on Vasa Museum, click here:

Grandpa 33 Grandpa

Södermannagatan 21

T-bana green line to Medborgarplatsen
Carefully curated clothing and accessories to inspire tired wardrobes. The sort of place impersonal gets a lot more personal.

More info on Grandpa, click here:

Brandstationen 34 Brandstationen

Hornsgatan 64

T-bana red line to Mariatorget
Where those that love old and beautiful things shop. Vintage furniture, accessories, watches, jewelry and much, much more.

More info on Brandstationen, click here:

 

LA Boutique 35 LA Boutique

Kindstugatan 4

T-bana green/red line to Gamla Stan
This small and exclusive shop is home to specs and other accessories from some of Scandinavia's and Europe's best designers.

 

Judits 36 Judits

Hornsgatan 75

T-bana red line to Zinkensdamm
Vintage clothes shopping made easy. Carefully curated, here you will only find the best hand-picked pieces. The only faux-aps would be not paying it a visit.

More info on Judits, click here:

 

Acne Archive 37 Acne Archive

Torsgatan 53

T-bana green line to St Eriksgatan
Last seasons collections meets vintage at nice prices - that's what Acne Archive is all about and a good reason to drop by.      

Skinnarviksberget 38 Skinnarviksberget

Södermalm

T-bana red line to Mariatorget
A hill on the south side of town, just by the waterline, this is a favourite spot of locals becuase of its amazing view over the town. Tip: think steep and attire your feet appropriately.  

Rosendals Trädgård 39 Rosendals Trädgård

Rosendalsvägen 38

Tram 7 to Waldermarsudde
In the summertime this is a must. At this beautiful city center garden cafe you can relax, eat, drink and soak up some nature.  

Stadsbiblioteket 40 Stadsbiblioteket

Sveavägen 73

T-bana green line to Rådmansgatan
Stockholms public library and one of its most spectacular buildings. Tip: don't be shy, go inside.    

Hagaparken 41 Hagaparken

Solna

Bus 57 to Haga södra
Stockholms very own Central Park. A place to walk in nature, sit in nature, drink coffee in nature or just enjoy the nature.  

Triewalds Malmgård 42 Triewalds Malmgård

Gjörwellsgatan 29

Bus 1 to Fyrverkarbacken
A 15th century building and beauty spot that's just a bike ride away.  

Långholmens Klippbad 43 Långholmens Klippbad

Långholmsbacken 9

T-bana red line to Hornstull
For those in need of a swim on a sunny, summers day, Långholmensklippbad is the place. Close to the action, yet secluded and cozy, this little island provides perfect swimming and picknicking.  

Hudviksvallsgatan 44 Hudviksvallsgatan

Vasastan

Bus 57 to Vanadisplan
Or Stockholms art street. It's here you'll find numerous small art galleries. Tip: Avoid going on Sundays and Mondays, nothing is open.  

Stadshuset 45 Stadshuset

Hantverkargatan 1

Bus 3 to Stadshuset
Stockholms City Hall is a must. A beautiful building with a great story, we suggest you take a guided tour. Alternatively just stroll around the grounds at your leisure.  

Observatorielunden 46 Observatorielunden

Vasastan

T-bana green line to Rådmansgatan
A park with an interesting history. It's also located just a few steps away from the main shopping drag, a spot that makes it the perfect oasis for a mid-shopping break.

Monteliusvägen 47 Monteliusvägen

Södermalm

T-bana green/red line to Slussen
A 500m long street that provides views across lake Mälaren, to the City Hall and beyond. Tip: sunrise for early risers, sunset for early revelers.  

Sergels Torg 48 Sergels Torg

Norrmalm

T-bana any line to T-Centralen
The epicenter of Stockholm and probably one of its most famous public spaces. Want to join a demonstration or start a flashmop then Sergelstorg is your place. Why not stroll by today and see what's on offer?

Kungliga Slottet 49 Kungliga Slottet

Gamla Stan

T-bana green/red line to Gamla Stan
Stockholms Royal Palace is one of the largest in Europe. It's also open to the public so stop by and try out the thrones.

Kungsträdgården 50 Kungsträdgården

Jussi Björlings alle 5

T-bana blue line to Kungsträdgården
Where outdoor cafes and bars meet the city center. With events all year around this park is always worth a visit.

Brända Tomten 51 Brända Tomten

Kindstugatan 4

T-bana green/red line to Gamla Stan
In Swedish this means "The burnt lot" and to be honest it's tricky to describe. Let's just say it's a small triangle shaped space where there once stood a building, but now there are just a few benches and a chestnut tree. More importantly it's a beautiful place to visit. And for those curious about the history there's a guided tour.  

Mosebacke 52 Mosebacke

Södermalm

T-bana green/red line to Slussen
A summertime must. Here you'll find restaurants, bars a theatre and a vibrant outdoor scene all perched on what feels like the top of Stockholm.  

Kastellet 53 Kastellet

Kastellbacken 1

Bus 65 to Stockholm Kastellholmsbron
Looking out from the shores of Stockholm you'll see an island called Kastellholmen. On this island is a small castle with a flag on top. Every morning this flag gets raised to affirm that Sweden is at peace. To learn more or just enjoy the view you can take a boat ride to see for yourself.