12hrs in Stockholm

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Words by Anna Peuckert
Photographs by Søren Jepsen
Last updated: April, 2018

Words by Anna Peuckert, Photographs by Søren Jepsen, Last updated: April 15, 2018

Words by Anna Peuckert
Photographs by Søren Jepsen
Last updated: April, 2018


Words by Anna Peuckert
Photographs by Søren Jepsen
Last updated: April, 2018


Stockholm, the Swedish capital, is a city by the water. The Stockholm Archipelago, a cluster of about 3000 islands and rock formations, begins just a few minutes away from the city. But even in the center, you’re never far away from a shore, watching the boats go by.

Nature has a hold on the place. In Summer, life takes place outside, with picnics and open-air parties that last long into the light-filled nights. And in winter, people are cozying it up inside, with candles and cinnamon buns for fika, the traditional afternoon break.

Fashion lovers hang out in Södermalm, tourists can be found in Gamla Stan, the stunning old town close to the massive royal palace. We take you all around town with our top picks for 12hrs in Stockholm.


Stockholm, the Swedish capital, is a city by the water. The Stockholm Archipelago, a cluster of about 3000 islands and rock formations, begins just a few minutes away from the city. But even in the center, you’re never far away from a shore, watching the boats go by.

Nature has a hold on the place. In Summer, life takes place outside, with picnics and open-air parties that last long into the light-filled nights. And in winter, people are cozying it up inside, with candles and cinnamon buns for fika, the traditional afternoon break.

Fashion lovers hang out in Södermalm, tourists can be found in Gamla Stan, the stunning old town close to the massive royal palace. We take you all around town with our top picks for 12hrs in Stockholm.


Stockholm, the Swedish capital, is a city by the water. The Stockholm Archipelago, a cluster of about 3000 islands and rock formations, begins just a few minutes away from the city. But even in the center, you’re never far away from a shore, watching the boats go by.

Nature has a hold on the place. In Summer, life takes place outside, with picnics and open-air parties that last long into the light-filled nights. And in winter, people are cozying it up inside, with candles and cinnamon buns for fika, the traditional afternoon break.

Fashion lovers hang out in Södermalm, tourists can be found in Gamla Stan, the stunning old town close to the massive royal palace. We take you all around town with our top picks for 12hrs in Stockholm.


HOTEL

HOTEL

HOTEL

10AM
10AM
10AM

Best in class

Best in class

Best in class

Miss Clara

Miss Clara

Miss Clara

The building that Miss Clara Hotel in Stockholm occupies used to be a school for girls. What remains of this history are some black and white pictures on the walls – depicting the former life of the building, old signage, and the name, Miss Clara, which is that of a former headmistress that reigned here.

Everything else inside has been refurbished into a beautiful hotel with paired down Scandinavian interiors and hardwood floors. The rooms are spacious and light, and the hotel’s location is a wonderful starting point for exploring the city. Gamla Stan – the old town – and Stockholm’s main shopping streets are just a short walk away. This is affordable luxury at its best.

 

The building that Miss Clara Hotel in Stockholm occupies used to be a school for girls. What remains of this history are some black and white pictures on the walls – depicting the former life of the building, old signage, and the name, Miss Clara, which is that of a former headmistress that reigned here.

Everything else inside has been refurbished into a beautiful hotel with paired down Scandinavian interiors and hardwood floors. The rooms are spacious and light, and the hotel’s location is a wonderful starting point for exploring the city. Gamla Stan – the old town – and Stockholm’s main shopping streets are just a short walk away. This is affordable luxury at its best.

 

The building that Miss Clara Hotel in Stockholm occupies used to be a school for girls. What remains of this history are some black and white pictures on the walls – depicting the former life of the building, old signage, and the name, Miss Clara, which is that of a former headmistress that reigned here.

Everything else inside has been refurbished into a beautiful hotel with paired down Scandinavian interiors and hardwood floors. The rooms are spacious and light, and the hotel’s location is a wonderful starting point for exploring the city. Gamla Stan – the old town – and Stockholm’s main shopping streets are just a short walk away. This is affordable luxury at its best.

 


MISS CLARA | SVEAVÄGEN 48 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


MISS CLARA | SVEAVÄGEN 48 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


MISS CLARA | SVEAVÄGEN 48 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

BREAKFAST

BREAKFAST

BREAKFAST

11AM
11AM
11AM

Breakfast, all day, every day

Breakfast, all day, every day

Breakfast, all day, every day

Pom & Flora

Pom & Flora

Pom & Flora

No worries about oversleeping and missing breakfast: at Pom & Flora, breakfast is served all day. This very popular neighborhood spot is run by husband-and-wife duo Anna and Rasmus Axelsson. They serve simple dishes, made with fresh produce and often add a tasty twist.

On the menu are lots of varieties of bowls and porridge, sweet treats and heartier dishes, as well. Many of the dishes are vegan and gluten-free. It gets crowded here on the weekends, but there is a second Pom & Flora location on Bondegatan in Södermalm.

 

No worries about oversleeping and missing breakfast: at Pom & Flora, breakfast is served all day. This very popular neighborhood spot is run by husband-and-wife duo Anna and Rasmus Axelsson. They serve simple dishes, made with fresh produce and often add a tasty twist.

On the menu are lots of varieties of bowls and porridge, sweet treats and heartier dishes, as well. Many of the dishes are vegan and gluten-free. It gets crowded here on the weekends, but there is a second Pom & Flora location on Bondegatan in Södermalm.

 

No worries about oversleeping and missing breakfast: at Pom & Flora, breakfast is served all day. This very popular neighborhood spot is run by husband-and-wife duo Anna and Rasmus Axelsson. They serve simple dishes, made with fresh produce and often add a tasty twist.

On the menu are lots of varieties of bowls and porridge, sweet treats and heartier dishes, as well. Many of the dishes are vegan and gluten-free. It gets crowded here on the weekends, but there is a second Pom & Flora location on Bondegatan in Södermalm.

 


POM & FLORA | ODENGATAN 39 | MON-FRI 7AM-4PM, SAT-SUN 9AM-4PM | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


POM & FLORA | ODENGATAN 39 | MON-FRI 7AM-4PM, SAT-SUN 9AM-4PM | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


POM & FLORA | ODENGATAN 39 | MON-FRI 7AM-4PM, SAT-SUN 9AM-4PM | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

WOMENSWEAR

WOMENSWEAR

WOMENSWEAR

WOMENSWEAR

12pM
12pM
12pM
12pM

Scandinavian design, Italian craftmanship

Scandinavian design, Italian craftmanship

Scandinavian design, Italian craftmanship

Scandinavian design, Italian craftmanship

ATP Atelier

ATP Atelier

ATP Atelier

ATP Atelier

ATP Atelier – the initials stand for ‘All Tomorrow’s Parties’ – was founded by the two Swedish friends and former colleagues Maj-La Pizzelli and Jonas Clason. Featuring carefully designed shoes and leather goods, their accessories have fast moved from fashion’s big secret to the next big thing.

The shoes are manufactured in a small factory in Italy, and the company sources their materials carefully, using vegetable tanned leathers as often as possible. This beautiful store is the brand’s home in Stockholm.
 

ATP Atelier – the initials stand for ‘All Tomorrow’s Parties’ – was founded by the two Swedish friends and former colleagues Maj-La Pizzelli and Jonas Clason. Featuring carefully designed shoes and leather goods, their accessories have fast moved from fashion’s big secret to the next big thing.

The shoes are manufactured in a small factory in Italy, and the company sources their materials carefully, using vegetable tanned leathers as often as possible. This beautiful store is the brand’s home in Stockholm.
 

ATP Atelier – the initials stand for ‘All Tomorrow’s Parties’ – was founded by the two Swedish friends and former colleagues Maj-La Pizzelli and Jonas Clason. Featuring carefully designed shoes and leather goods, their accessories have fast moved from fashion’s big secret to the next big thing.

The shoes are manufactured in a small factory in Italy, and the company sources their materials carefully, using vegetable tanned leathers as often as possible. This beautiful store is the brand’s home in Stockholm.
 

ATP Atelier – the initials stand for ‘All Tomorrow’s Parties’ – was founded by the two Swedish friends and former colleagues Maj-La Pizzelli and Jonas Clason. Featuring carefully designed shoes and leather goods, their accessories have fast moved from fashion’s big secret to the next big thing.

The shoes are manufactured in a small factory in Italy, and the company sources their materials carefully, using vegetable tanned leathers as often as possible. This beautiful store is the brand’s home in Stockholm.
 


ATP ATELIER | SKÅNEGATAN 86 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-FRI 11AM-6.30PM, SAT 11AM-5PM


ATP ATELIER | SKÅNEGATAN 86 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-FRI 11AM-6.30PM, SAT 11AM-5PM


ATP ATELIER | SKÅNEGATAN 86 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-FRI 11AM-6.30PM, SAT 11AM-5PM


ATP ATELIER | SKÅNEGATAN 86 | WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM
MON-FRI 11AM-6.30PM, SAT 11AM-5PM

MENSWEAR

MENSWEAR

MENSWEAR

MENSWEAR

1pM
1pM
1pM
1pM

Relaxed menswear in a beautiful setting

Relaxed menswear in a beautiful setting

Relaxed menswear in a beautiful setting

Relaxed menswear in a beautiful setting

Nitty Gritty

Nitty Gritty

Nitty Gritty

Nitty Gritty

Nitty Gritty in the Södermalm neighborhood is one of Stockholm’s most well-known and best menswear stores. While many of the brands that are sold here share a Scandinavian aesthetic, most are sourced from all over the world.

There’s Nanamika and Comme des Garçons Shirt from Japan, A.P.C. from France, and Margaret Howell from the UK. Nitty Gritty’s sneaker selection is also worth a look, as is their small but mighty selection of skincare. There’s also a smaller women’s store down the street.

 

Nitty Gritty in the Södermalm neighborhood is one of Stockholm’s most well-known and best menswear stores. While many of the brands that are sold here share a Scandinavian aesthetic, most are sourced from all over the world.

There’s Nanamika and Comme des Garçons Shirt from Japan, A.P.C. from France, and Margaret Howell from the UK. Nitty Gritty’s sneaker selection is also worth a look, as is their small but mighty selection of skincare. There’s also a smaller women’s store down the street.

 

Nitty Gritty in the Södermalm neighborhood is one of Stockholm’s most well-known and best menswear stores. While many of the brands that are sold here share a Scandinavian aesthetic, most are sourced from all over the world.

There’s Nanamika and Comme des Garçons Shirt from Japan, A.P.C. from France, and Margaret Howell from the UK. Nitty Gritty’s sneaker selection is also worth a look, as is their small but mighty selection of skincare. There’s also a smaller women’s store down the street.

 

Nitty Gritty in the Södermalm neighborhood is one of Stockholm’s most well-known and best menswear stores. While many of the brands that are sold here share a Scandinavian aesthetic, most are sourced from all over the world.

There’s Nanamika and Comme des Garçons Shirt from Japan, A.P.C. from France, and Margaret Howell from the UK. Nitty Gritty’s sneaker selection is also worth a look, as is their small but mighty selection of skincare. There’s also a smaller women’s store down the street.

 


NITTY GRITTY | KRUKMAKARGATAN 26 MON-FRI 11AM-6.30PM, SAT 11AM-5PM, SUN 12PM-4PM
WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


NITTY GRITTY | KRUKMAKARGATAN 26 
MON-FRI 11AM-6.30PM, SAT 11AM-5PM, SUN 12PM-4PM
WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


NITTY GRITTY | KRUKMAKARGATAN 26 MON-FRI 11AM-6.30PM, SAT 11AM-5PM, SUN 12PM-4PM
WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


NITTY GRITTY | KRUKMAKARGATAN 26 
MON-FRI 11AM-6.30PM, SAT 11AM-5PM, SUN 12PM-4PM
WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

SHOPPING

SHOPPING

SHOPPING

SHOPPING

2pM
2pM
2pM
2pM

Smells Swedish

Smells Swedish

Smells Swedish

Smells Swedish

Byredo

Byredo

Byredo

Byredo

Byredo is Sweden’s most famous perfume house, founded by olfactory wunderkind Ben Gorham. All of the brands' perfumes are unisex and rely on relatively few, high-quality ingredients.

In the brand's small flagship store in the middle of Stockholm’s shopping district, you can find and smell all of their celebrated unisex scents, as well as skincare products, soaps, and scented candles.


Byredo is Sweden’s most famous perfume house, founded by olfactory wunderkind Ben Gorham. All of the brands' perfumes are unisex and rely on relatively few, high-quality ingredients.

In the brand's small flagship store in the middle of Stockholm’s shopping district, you can find and smell all of their celebrated unisex scents, as well as skincare products, soaps, and scented candles.


Byredo is Sweden’s most famous perfume house, founded by olfactory wunderkind Ben Gorham. All of the brands' perfumes are unisex and rely on relatively few, high-quality ingredients.

In the brand's small flagship store in the middle of Stockholm’s shopping district, you can find and smell all of their celebrated unisex scents, as well as skincare products, soaps, and scented candles.


Byredo is Sweden’s most famous perfume house, founded by olfactory wunderkind Ben Gorham. All of the brands' perfumes are unisex and rely on relatively few, high-quality ingredients.

In the brand's small flagship store in the middle of Stockholm’s shopping district, you can find and smell all of their celebrated unisex scents, as well as skincare products, soaps, and scented candles.



BYREDO | MÄSTER SAMUELSGATAN 6 | MON-FRI 11AM-6.30PM, SAT 11AM-5PM |


BYREDO | MÄSTER SAMUELSGATAN 6 | MON-FRI 11AM-6.30PM, SAT 11AM-5PM |


BYREDO | MÄSTER SAMUELSGATAN 6 | MON-FRI 11AM-6.30PM, SAT 11AM-5PM |


BYREDO | MÄSTER SAMUELSGATAN 6 | MON-FRI 11AM-6.30PM, SAT 11AM-5PM

LUNCH

LUNCH

LUNCH

LUNCH

3pM
3pM
3pM
3pM

New life for an old sausage factory

Bao buns and rice bowls for lunch

New life for an old sausage factory

New life for an old sausage factory

Usine

BaroBao

Usine

Usine

This massive space combines three different gastronomical concepts – a Paris-style bistro, a café, and a bar – under the roof of a former sausage factory. The stunning space is vast and light-filled, with many custom furnishings and large art displays.

Lunch is served daily from 11 am to 2 pm in the bistro that serves French classics with a Scandinavian twist. There is always a daily special (if it happens to be Köttbullar, the Swedish meatballs, go for those!) as well as some bistro staples and several vegetarian options on offer, as well. Please note that Usine is a cash-free restaurant.

 

Barobao serves a tasty and healthy mix of Asian foods; bao buns, of course, but also ramen and tataki. Their take on all of those classics is inventive and delicious, with the celeriac bao and the beef slider among our favorites.

At lunch, you can choose between two meat baos, two vegetarian baos, or a mix of both, or you can order one of their healthy bowls. For dinner, you have a few more small dishes to choose from. All of them or great, so mix and match.


This massive space combines three different gastronomical concepts – a Paris-style bistro, a café, and a bar – under the roof of a former sausage factory. The stunning space is vast and light-filled, with many custom furnishings and large art displays.

Lunch is served daily from 11 am to 2 pm in the bistro that serves French classics with a Scandinavian twist. There is always a daily special (if it happens to be Köttbullar, the Swedish meatballs, go for those!) as well as some bistro staples and several vegetarian options on offer, as well. Please note that Usine is a cash-free restaurant.

 

This massive space combines three different gastronomical concepts – a Paris-style bistro, a café, and a bar – under the roof of a former sausage factory. The stunning space is vast and light-filled, with many custom furnishings and large art displays.

Lunch is served daily from 11 am to 2 pm in the bistro that serves French classics with a Scandinavian twist. There is always a daily special (if it happens to be Köttbullar, the Swedish meatballs, go for those!) as well as some bistro staples and several vegetarian options on offer, as well. Please note that Usine is a cash-free restaurant.

 


USINE | SÖDERMALMSALLÉN 36 | MON-THU 7.30AM-11PM, FRI 7.30AM-1AM, SAT 5PM-1AM | 
WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


BAROBAO | HORNSGATAN 66 |
MON-THU 11.30AM-2PM & 5PM-9PM, FRI 11.30AM-2PM & 5PM-10PM,
SAT 12PM-4PM & 6PM-10PM, SUN 12PM-6PM
 | 
WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM



USINE | SÖDERMALMSALLÉN 36 | MON-THU 7.30AM-11PM, FRI 7.30AM-1AM, SAT 5PM-1AM | 
WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


USINE | SÖDERMALMSALLÉN 36 | MON-THU 7.30AM-11PM, FRI 7.30AM-1AM, SAT 5PM-1AM | 
WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

Facts
Facts
Facts

Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and the most populous area in the Nordic countries. The city stretches across fourteen islands where Lake Mälaren flows into the Baltic Sea.

Population (metro area): 2.3 million
Currency: Krona (SEK)
Language: Swedish

Basic sentences:
Hello | Hej
Thank you | Tack så mycket
Yes | Ja
No | Nej
Maybe | Kanske

Do & Dont's:
Do: Bring your credit card. Sweden is almost a cashless society.
Don't: Drink on the streets or expect to be able to buy alcoholic beverages outside of the designated ‘Systembolaget’.

Getting around:
Stockholm is a very walkable city. There are lots of public transport options in Stockholm, including a metro system, but rides tend to be quite expensive. If you plan on using a lot of public transport, consider purchasing a SL card. One amazing upside to metro rides: exploring the different impressive stations (to see more of those, have a look at our photo story).

Dressing the part:
Stockholm is a serious fashion city and the people are proud of their local brands. Expect to see understated, Scandinavian elegance and one of the best coat games in the world.

What to order:
Food: The famous Swedish meatballs Köttbullar.
Drinks: Stockholmers love a glass of Champagne.

Three souvenirs:
- Something from the Acne Archive, the Swedish brands’ outlet store.
- A scented candle from Byredo.
- A Pippi Longstocking doll for the kids.


Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark. Renowned for its laid-back approach to design, architecture, food, and fashion, it consistently ranks as one of the most liveable cities on earth.

Population (metro area): 2 million
Currency: Danish Krone (DKK)
Language: Danish

Do: Buy a marvelous piece of pastry from one of the great bakeries in town.
Don’t: No need to exchange any cash. You can pay even the smallest amounts with your credit card.

Basic Sentences
Hello // Hej
Thank you // Tak
Yes // Ja
No // Nej
Maybe // Måske

Getting around:
Public transport in Copenhagen is quite expensive, but that doesn’t matter at all: this is a city made for bikes. Rent one from your hotel or from one of the many bike rentals in town and get pedaling.

Dressing the part:
Danes are a stylish bunch and they are perhaps the most laid-back dressers in Scandinavia. Colorful sneakers are the way to go for both women and men, the rest of your outfit can be black as night.

Three souvenirs:
- Wooden animals designed by Kay Bojesen.
- A pair of colorful knitted socks by Henrik Vibskov.
- Licorice made in Denmark (try ‘Lakrids by Johan Bülow’).

 

Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and the most populous area in the Nordic countries. The city stretches across fourteen islands where Lake Mälaren flows into the Baltic Sea.

Population (metro area): 2.3 million
Currency: Krona (SEK)
Language: Swedish

Basic sentences:
Hello | Hej
Thank you | Tack så mycket
Yes | Ja
No | Nej
Maybe | Kanske

Do & Dont's:
Do: Bring your credit card. Sweden is almost a cashless society.
Don't: Drink on the streets or expect to be able to buy alcoholic beverages outside of the designated ‘Systembolaget’.

Getting around:
Stockholm is a very walkable city. There are lots of public transport options in Stockholm, including a metro system, but rides tend to be quite expensive. If you plan on using a lot of public transport, consider purchasing a SL card. One amazing upside to metro rides: exploring the different impressive stations (to see more of those, have a look at our photo story).

Dressing the part:
Stockholm is a serious fashion city and the people are proud of their local brands. Expect to see understated, Scandinavian elegance and one of the best coat games in the world.

What to order:
Food: The famous Swedish meatballs Köttbullar.
Drinks: Stockholmers love a glass of Champagne.

Three souvenirs:
- Something from the Acne Archive, the Swedish brands’ outlet store.
- A scented candle from Byredo.
- A Pippi Longstocking doll for the kids.


Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and the most populous area in the Nordic countries. The city stretches across fourteen islands where Lake Mälaren flows into the Baltic Sea.

Population (metro area): 2.3 million
Currency: Krona (SEK)
Language: Swedish

Basic sentences:
Hello | Hej
Thank you | Tack så mycket
Yes | Ja
No | Nej
Maybe | Kanske

Do & Dont's:
Do: Bring your credit card. Sweden is almost a cashless society.
Don't: Drink on the streets or expect to be able to buy alcoholic beverages outside of the designated ‘Systembolaget’.

Getting around:
Stockholm is a very walkable city. There are lots of public transport options in Stockholm, including a metro system, but rides tend to be quite expensive. If you plan on using a lot of public transport, consider purchasing a SL card. One amazing upside to metro rides: exploring the different impressive stations (to see more of those, have a look at our photo story).

Dressing the part:
Stockholm is a serious fashion city and the people are proud of their local brands. Expect to see understated, Scandinavian elegance and one of the best coat games in the world.

What to order:
Food: The famous Swedish meatballs Köttbullar.
Drinks: Stockholmers love a glass of Champagne.

Three souvenirs:
- Something from the Acne Archive, the Swedish brands’ outlet store.
- A scented candle from Byredo.
- A Pippi Longstocking doll for the kids.


CULTURE

CULTURE

CULTURE

4pM
4pM
4pM

Photography from around the world

Photography from around the world

Photography from around the world

Photography from around the world

Fotografiska

Fotografiska

Fotografiska

Fotografiska – The Museum of Photography – was founded in 2010 by brothers Per and Jan Broman and exhibits internationally famous photographers as well as upcoming talents in a beautiful Art Noveau building. In the years since its founding, it has developed into one of Stockholm’s most popular museum, with exhibitions that reflect current events and others that showcase classic works.

Fotografiska had two dependances in New York City and London. Please note the surprisingly generous opening hours of the Stockholm location. Finally, a museum that caters to cultured night owls!

 

Fotografiska – The Museum of Photography – was founded in 2010 by brothers Per and Jan Broman and exhibits internationally famous photographers as well as upcoming talents in a beautiful Art Noveau building. In the years since its founding, it has developed into one of Stockholm’s most popular museum, with exhibitions that reflect current events and others that showcase classic works.

Fotografiska had two dependances in New York City and London. Please note the surprisingly generous opening hours of the Stockholm location. Finally, a museum that caters to cultured night owls!

 

Fotografiska – The Museum of Photography – was founded in 2010 by brothers Per and Jan Broman and exhibits internationally famous photographers as well as upcoming talents in a beautiful Art Noveau building. In the years since its founding, it has developed into one of Stockholm’s most popular museum, with exhibitions that reflect current events and others that showcase classic works.

Fotografiska had two dependances in New York City and London. Please note the surprisingly generous opening hours of the Stockholm location. Finally, a museum that caters to cultured night owls!

 

Fotografiska – The Museum of Photography – was founded in 2010 by brothers Per and Jan Broman and exhibits internationally famous photographers as well as upcoming talents in a beautiful Art Noveau building. In the years since its founding, it has developed into one of Stockholm’s most popular museum, with exhibitions that reflect current events and others that showcase classic works.

Fotografiska had two dependances in New York City and London. Please note the surprisingly generous opening hours of the Stockholm location. Finally, a museum that caters to cultured night owls!

 


FOTOGRAFISKA | STADSGÅRDSHAMNEN 22 |
SUN-WED 9AM-11PM, THU-SAT 9AM-1AM |
 WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


FOTOGRAFISKA | STADSGÅRDSHAMNEN 22 |
SUN-WED 9AM-11PM, THU-SAT 9AM-1AM |
 WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


FOTOGRAFISKA | STADSGÅRDSHAMNEN 22 |
SUN-WED 9AM-11PM, THU-SAT 9AM-1AM |
 WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

COFFEE

COFFEE

COFFEE

COFFEE

5pM
5pM
5pM
5pM

High-quality coffee, brewed from locally roasted beans

High-quality coffee, brewed from locally roasted beans

High-quality coffee, brewed from locally roasted beans

Coffee, brewed from locally roasted beans

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Drop Coffee Roasters

Drop Coffee Roasters

Drop Coffee Roasters

Drop Coffee Roasters

Drop Coffee Roastery started out as a small café serving coffee on Mariatorget in 2009 but quickly started to roast their own beans. Today, the team own a large roastery in Rosersberg, which supplies both their cozy cafe here in Södermalm, as well as coffee bars all over the world with their certified organically roasted beans.

It’s always crowded here at their home base, a cozy café with passionate baristas ready to walk you through all of their different varieties of beans and roasts.


Drop Coffee Roastery started out as a small café serving coffee on Mariatorget in 2009 but quickly started to roast their own beans. Today, the team own a large roastery in Rosersberg, which supplies both their cozy cafe here in Södermalm, as well as coffee bars all over the world with their certified organically roasted beans.

It’s always crowded here at their home base, a cozy café with passionate baristas ready to walk you through all of their different varieties of beans and roasts.


Drop Coffee Roastery started out as a small café serving coffee on Mariatorget in 2009 but quickly started to roast their own beans. Today, the team own a large roastery in Rosersberg, which supplies both their cozy cafe here in Södermalm, as well as coffee bars all over the world with their certified organically roasted beans.

It’s always crowded here at their home base, a cozy café with passionate baristas ready to walk you through all of their different varieties of beans and roasts.

 

Drop Coffee Roastery started out as a small café serving coffee on Mariatorget in 2009 but quickly started to roast their own beans. Today, the team own a large roastery in Rosersberg, which supplies both their cozy cafe here in Södermalm, as well as coffee bars all over the world with their certified organically roasted beans.

It’s always crowded here at their home base, a cozy café with passionate baristas ready to walk you through all of their different varieties of beans and roasts.



CDROP COFFEE | WOLLMAR YXKULLSGATAN 10 | MON-FRI 8.30AM-6PM, SAT-SUN 10AM-6PM
 WEBSITE INSTAGRAM


DROP COFFEE | WOLLMAR YXKULLSGATAN 10 | MON-FRI 8.30AM-6PM, SAT-SUN 10AM-6PM
 WEBSITE INSTAGRAM


DROP COFFEE | WOLLMAR YXKULLSGATAN 10 | MON-FRI 8.30AM-6PM, SAT-SUN 10AM-6PM
 WEBSITE INSTAGRAM


DROP COFFEE | WOLLMAR YXKULLSGATAN 10
MON-FRI 8.30AM-6PM, SAT-SUN 10AM-6PM
 WEBSITE INSTAGRAM

SOUVENURS

SOUVENURS

SOUVENURS

6pM
6pM
6pM

A candy shop, fallen out of time

A candy shop, fallen out of time

A candy shop, fallen out of time

A candy shop, fallen out of time

Pärlans Konfektyr

Pärlans Konfektyr

Pärlans Konfektyr

Pärlans Konfektyr

Stepping into this small candy shop instantly transport you back in time. From the wooden interior to the beautiful uniforms of the employees, everything at Pärlans looks like it fell straight out of the 1930s.

So naturally, the many varieties of fudge that are produced at the back of the shop are based on time-worn recipes, with the slightest nod to modern tastes. Everything here is delicious, and we challenge you to walk out of the shop without buying at least one piece of candy.


Stepping into this small candy shop instantly transport you back in time. From the wooden interior to the beautiful uniforms of the employees, everything at Pärlans looks like it fell straight out of the 1930s.

So naturally, the many varieties of fudge that are produced at the back of the shop are based on time-worn recipes, with the slightest nod to modern tastes. Everything here is delicious, and we challenge you to walk out of the shop without buying at least one piece of candy.


Stepping into this small candy shop instantly transport you back in time. From the wooden interior to the beautiful uniforms of the employees, everything at Pärlans looks like it fell straight out of the 1930s.

So naturally, the many varieties of fudge that are produced at the back of the shop are based on time-worn recipes, with the slightest nod to modern tastes. Everything here is delicious, and we challenge you to walk out of the shop without buying at least one piece of candy.


Stepping into this small candy shop instantly transport you back in time. From the wooden interior to the beautiful uniforms of the employees, everything at Pärlans looks like it fell straight out of the 1930s.

So naturally, the many varieties of fudge that are produced at the back of the shop are based on time-worn recipes, with the slightest nod to modern tastes. Everything here is delicious, and we challenge you to walk out of the shop without buying at least one piece of candy.



PÄRLANS KONFEKTYR | NYTORSGATAN 38 | MON-FRI 11AM-6PM, SAT 11AM-4PM 
WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


PÄRLANS KONFEKTYR | NYTORSGATAN 38 | MON-FRI 11AM-6PM, SAT 11AM-4PM
 WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


PÄRLANS KONFEKTYR | NYTORSGATAN 38 | MON-FRI 11AM-6PM, SAT 11AM-4PM 
WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM


PÄRLANS KONFEKTYR | NYTORSGATAN 38 | MON-FRI 11AM-6PM, SAT 11AM-4PM 
WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM

SIGHTS

SIGHTS

SIGHTS

7pM
7pM
7pM

One of the best views over the city

One of the best views over the city

One of the best views over the city

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Skinnarviksberget

Skinnarviksberget

Skinnarviksberget

Skinnarviksberget is the highest natural point in central Stockholm and a favorite place among the locals for picnics and parties under the open sky. The views are stunning – across Kungsholmen, the old town Gamla Stan, Stockholm Town Hall, and the waterways circling the city.

The best time to come here is dusk. Bring along some (non-alcoholic!) drinks and some snacks and enjoy the sunset. The park beneath the hill also has an open-air café where you can buy food and ice cream to eat in one of the hammocks.

 

Skinnarviksberget is the highest natural point in central Stockholm and a favorite place among the locals for picnics and parties under the open sky. The views are stunning – across Kungsholmen, the old town Gamla Stan, Stockholm Town Hall, and the waterways circling the city.

The best time to come here is dusk. Bring along some (non-alcoholic!) drinks and some snacks and enjoy the sunset. The park beneath the hill also has an open-air café where you can buy food and ice cream to eat in one of the hammocks.

 

Skinnarviksberget is the highest natural point in central Stockholm and a favorite place among the locals for picnics and parties under the open sky. The views are stunning – across Kungsholmen, the old town Gamla Stan, Stockholm Town Hall, and the waterways circling the city.

The best time to come here is dusk. Bring along some (non-alcoholic!) drinks and some snacks and enjoy the sunset. The park beneath the hill also has an open-air café where you can buy food and ice cream to eat in one of the hammocks.

 


SKINNARVIKSBERGET


SKINNARVIKSBERGET


SKINNARVIKSBERGET

DINNER

DINNER

DINNER

8pM
8pM
8pM

Fine dining, punk attitude

Fine dining, punk attitude

Fine dining, punk attitude

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Punk Royal

Punk Royal

Punk Royal

Some people would describe the restaurant Punk Royale as unconventional, others would probably say it’s crazy. All of them, at least we think so, would agree, however, that the food here is amazing, and the dining experience something that you need to see for yourself to truly appreciate it.

This is a crossover of fine dining, a dive bar, and dinner theater with yourself as the actor. The dishes are playful and fun, think heaps of caviar, a foie gras donut or a syringe with broth.

You’ll need to book a table to dine here, which you can do directly on their website or via email. And please leave your phone in the pocket: it’s strictly forbidden to take pictures inside!

 

Some people would describe the restaurant Punk Royale as unconventional, others would probably say it’s crazy. All of them, at least we think so, would agree, however, that the food here is amazing, and the dining experience something that you need to see for yourself to truly appreciate it.

This is a crossover of fine dining, a dive bar, and dinner theater with yourself as the actor. The dishes are playful and fun, think heaps of caviar, a foie gras donut or a syringe with broth.

You’ll need to book a table to dine here, which you can do directly on their website or via email. And please leave your phone in the pocket: it’s strictly forbidden to take pictures inside!

 

Some people would describe the restaurant Punk Royale as unconventional, others would probably say it’s crazy. All of them, at least we think so, would agree, however, that the food here is amazing, and the dining experience something that you need to see for yourself to truly appreciate it.

This is a crossover of fine dining, a dive bar, and dinner theater with yourself as the actor. The dishes are playful and fun, think heaps of caviar, a foie gras donut or a syringe with broth.

You’ll need to book a table to dine here, which you can do directly on their website or via email. And please leave your phone in the pocket: it’s strictly forbidden to take pictures inside!

 


PUNK ROYALE | FOLKUNGAGATAN 128 | TUE-SAT 6PM-12AM | WEBSITE


PUNK ROYALE | FOLKUNGAGATAN 128 | TUE-SAT 6PM-12AM | WEBSITE


PUNK ROYALE | FOLKUNGAGATAN 128 | TUE-SAT 6PM-12AM | WEBSITE

GOING OUT

GOING OUT

GOING OUT

9pM
9pM
9pM

A mini restaurant and gin bar

A mini restaurant and gin bar

A mini restaurant and gin bar

Bar Agrikultur

Bar Agrikultur

Bar Agrikultur

This is the smaller, more affordable sister restaurant to popular eatery Agrikultur. And while they serve food here as well, this place turns into a popular gin bar and hang out later at night.

It’s totally OK to show up here without wanting to eat, but if you do, you’re in for a treat, because the menu focusses on seasonal and organic ingredients that have been sourced locally.


This is the smaller, more affordable sister restaurant to popular eatery Agrikultur. And while they serve food here as well, this place turns into a popular gin bar and hang out later at night.

It’s totally OK to show up here without wanting to eat, but if you do, you’re in for a treat, because the menu focusses on seasonal and organic ingredients that have been sourced locally.


This is the smaller, more affordable sister restaurant to popular eatery Agrikultur. And while they serve food here as well, this place turns into a popular gin bar and hang out later at night.

It’s totally OK to show up here without wanting to eat, but if you do, you’re in for a treat, because the menu focusses on seasonal and organic ingredients that have been sourced locally.



BAR AGRIKULTUR | SKÅNEGATAN 79 | MON-SUN 5PM-12AM
WEBSITE |
 INSTAGRAM


BAR AGRIKULTUR | SKÅNEGATAN 79 | MON-SUN 5PM-12AM
WEBSITE |
 INSTAGRAM


BAR AGRIKULTUR | SKÅNEGATAN 79 | MON-SUN 5PM-12AM
WEBSITE |
 INSTAGRAM

TUNES
TUNES
TUNES
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