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Stockholm on $250 a Day

Summer bargains abound in Sweden’s capital.
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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: Multiple days

Overview :  Stockholm has a reputation for being one of Europe’s most expensive cities. T+L hits the streets of the fashionable capital and proves... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Babylon, Stockholm

Wrap yourself in one of the restaurant’s green fleece blankets as you dine among fashion plates and artist types. Try the potatoes and röding, a local fish.

Address:
4 Bjorns Tradgardsgrand
Stockholm
Sweden

Phone:
46-8-640-8083

2. DesignTorget

This shop carries an eclectic range of accessories by Swedish designers, including hand-printed dish towels and colorful kids’ toys.

Address:
31 Götgatan
Stockholm
Sweden

Phone:
46-8-644-1678

3. Götgatan

In existence since the 12th century, Götgatan (Goth Street) is one of the longest streets in Soldermalm. The street begins at Slussen and the Stockholm Stadsmuseum (Stockholm City Museum) and ends at the Globen Arena. In between is a wide selection of pubs, restaurants, and shops. The Skrapan shopping center, a 1960s skyscraper, houses over... More

4. Grand Hôtel, Stockholm

Historic hotel popular with celebrities (Greta Garbo, Justin Timberlake), opposite the Royal Palace and overlooking the harbor.

Address:
8 S. Blasieholmshamnen
Stockholm
Sweden

Phone:
46-8-679-3500

5. Hotel Anno

Housed in a former tobacco and clothing factory in the hip island neighborhood of Södermalm, this small and peaceful hotel offers a complimentary breakfast of homemade yogurt and knäckerbröd (crispy bread). The rooms have rustic pine floors, crystal chandeliers, and blackout drapes—essential in a city that gets 18 hours of sunlight ... More

6. Iris Hantverk

A store that specializes in handmade items by visually impaired artisans.

Address:
55 Kungsgatan
Stockholm
Sweden

Phone:
46-8-214-726

Drink a hot chocolate in this candlelit cellar with tea-stained walls and low vaulted ceilings.

Address:
18-20 Stortorget
Stockholm
Sweden

Phone:
46-8-203-170

If you’re lucky, you can catch a classical music concert at Stockholm’s central cathedral. Take a seat on a wooden pew and enjoy the dusky evening light as it filters through the leaded glass windows and shimmers off the golden angels on the high brick ceiling. Divine.

Address:
1 Trangsund
Stockholm
Sweden

Phone:
46-8-723-3000