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A unique mix of grotesque 1960s concrete urban vision and cosy historical Swedish brick houses, Slussen has become one of Stockholm’s most architecturally edgy and controversial neighborhoods. Plans to rebuild the area have been on the agenda for decades, however, so far no agreement could be reached, which is the reason for the continuing decay of its brutalist substance. Nevertheless, the museums and the main shopping street, Götgatan, attract both locals and tourists with Sweden’s most fashion-forward clothing retailers, hipster coffee shops and restaurants. Once the lights are out, the area turns into a bustling nightlife haven, catering to all preferences, from posh hotel bars to sweaty underground nightclubs. There is no better place to experience the clash between old and new Sweden.
This is an old elevator that took people up to a terrass where you could see at least 300 degrees of town. Underneath there a cool restaurant called gondolen with a bar with great drinks and the same view! I strongly recommend visiting!
"A must for textile nerds and those interested in early industries"
reviewed 5 August 2017 by FiftyNiner
This is a silk mill from the 19:th century, that was in operation for over 150 years. It is one of the oldest still existing industrial sites in Scandinavia, and it was once the largest workplace for women in Scandinavia.
It is now run as a museum.
There is a workshop part, with some of the weaving equipment, jaquard looms...
"Depending on the type of exhibition it is of course different interesting to visit this gallery!"
reviewed 23 July 2016 by Thomas J
The gallery is centrally located on 'Hornsgatspuckeln' in the central part of the Södermalm district, close to Slussen. They hold temporary exhibitions but especially interesting tend to be the ones about black and white photography. The gallery is not very large but has a good reputation and are often worth a detour.
Bellman's house is open once a month and there are guided tours only. The guides talk about Bellman's life and about the 18th century Stockholm, and sing some of Bellman's songs. When we were there this 'introduction' took 70-80 minutes and it was a bit long. Then we visited two small rooms where Bellman lived and the big hall. The...
$$ - $$$ • Bar, European, Swedish, Scandinavian, International
"Great traditional bar and restaurant "
reviewed 1 week ago by Michael W
A very Sweedish place.
A bar stocks a wide range of Swedish and foreign beers.
The restaurant serves traditional Swedish food.
Very friendly staff and efficient service.
Very economic compared to other Stockholm restaurants.
Do try it out if you are in Stockholm.
Business meeting on top of the gondolen. Mad entrance with rickety lift, buy don't be put off. The views, food and service were excellent. Expensive as you might expect for Sweden overall reasonable value compared to other places in Stockholm.
I stayed in Hilton Slussen during congress, which took place in The Brewery. Location of hotel was perfect. It's also well placed to discover old city. Breakfast was good, with slow response of the staff due to crowd though.
Room was as described, clean, well lighted. Good breakfast and very helpful front desk staff.
They have a room for luggage storage and are well set up to store luggage with a good system.
I would return.
This place has a great location and the staff is great and very welcoming.
Super nice breakfast and value for money is great.
We stayed the four of us in a family room. Two separate bedrooms and a third room with a sofa and TV.