It might be famous for its slick design, Viking heritage and green credentials, but there’s more to Stockholm than first meets the eye, and the city has more than a few tricks up its sleeve. Add a fun twist to your trip by adding one or all of these 10 things you can only do in Stockholm.
Category: Things To Do
June 3, 2015
Sweden’s third largest city is renowned for its thriving arts and cultural scene, and Malmo’s cosmopolitan, fashion-forward vibe is the inspiration behind the biggest event of the year – the Malmöfestivalen. Held annually each August, the Malmöfestivalen brings an entire week of free concerts, performances, exhibitions and activities to various venues around the city, and draws crowds of up to 1.5 million visitors.
May 6, 2015
Gothenburg might not be top of the list for a budget travel destination, but there are still ways to cut costs in Sweden’s second city. If you’re in town for a few days, a Gothenburg City Card is a worthwhile investment offering admission to a range of museums and attractions as well as unlimited public transport access, otherwise follow our tips for free things to do in Gothenburg.
April 8, 2015
Over the past decade, Scandinavian cuisine has enjoyed a steady growth in popularity. Still, long-standing perceptions are hard to shake. To many, Scandinavians are still widely known for their clean culinary aesthetic (read: uninventive). As a small group of international travelers gathered for the Stockholm Food Tour, many wondered aloud how much variety would be found during the four-hour walk. Spoiler alert: The accolades were merited.
March 18, 2015
Stockholm’s rugged coastal setting, fashion-forward architecture and fascinating Viking history make it one of Sweden’s most intriguing destinations, and there are plenty of fun ways to take in the sights. From soaring over the city in a helicopter to kayaking around the archipelago or brushing up your photography skills on a night walking tour, here are 10 of the most unique Stockholm tours.
January 21, 2015
With its colorfully painted townhouses and winding cobblestone alleyways, Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s Old Town is one of the city’s most charming districts and the small island is buzzing with activity both day and night. Located right at the heart of the city center and linked by bridge to the main islands of Norrmalm and Sodermalm, Gamla Stan is Stockholm’s most historic district, dating back to 1252 and renowned as one of Europe’s best-preserved medieval centers.