Just arrived! Such a beautiful and picturesque city! In midsummer the sun up here never really sets! It's a lovely twilight all night long! The city is very walkable and set up some central ares with a concentration of shops and restaurants. They have all the best shops all set up with eye...more
www.couchsurfing.com I've used this site to primarily serve as a host or to meet people when I'm visiting a city (with their meet a local for coffee option). With couchsurfing you make a profile and either offer a couch for people to stay on or look for places to stay. Personally I...more
I didn't go to lots of Museums and attractions during my time in Stockholm but I found the Fotografiska very impressive! Ultra modern and high tech it was one of the best designed museums I've ever seen. Very impressive and loved the exhibits....more
Delicious! Healthy, natural and vegetarian! Fill your plate with healthy homestyle foods. The place was packed and buzzing with people coming in and out, expect lines but there is plenty of seating and plenty of food!
Wow! One of the best meals I've ever had! The service was excellent, the views of the city spectacular, the food incredibly delicious! I very expensive but if there is one place you are going to have a blow out meal in Stockholm this should be it! We ate upstairs at "the grill" which was...more
The "old town" is the most popular place for tourists but it is so beautiful I can see why. The whole city of Stockholm is like a postcard but the Gamla Stan really has that quaint old Europe feeling with narrow cobbled streets. Great place to wander around....more
Scandinavian Airlines is based out of Stockholm in Sweden. They are not a budget airline, Norwegian Air is the budget airline for Scandinavia, but they still offer some really good rates and really great service. Be sure to check their prices in Scaninavia against the budget carriers in the area...more
One of Stockholm's greatest attractions. It was interesting, high tech and nicely designed but not very big. There were short films about some of the noble prize winners and displays and quite a bit to read. But then again how much fun can you make a Nobel museum?...more
So cute! Stockholms (and possibly the world's or at least Europe's) smallest public statue. Ollie is located in a court year in the Gamla Stan and you can give his head a rub and leave him some coins for good luck!