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Throughout the last decades these neighborhoods transformed from a rather quiet residential area into the birthplace of Swedish hipsterism and became Sweden’s main hub for new fashion labels, independent coffee shops and innovative gastropub concepts. Despite their extreme transformation, SoFo (South of Folkungagatan) & Medborgarplatsen managed to hold on to their residential charm and quietness and became one of the most sought-after places to live among young people in Stockholm. This neighborhood is also home to Sweden’s highest student hall, Skrapan, which used to be the head office of the tax authorities and now combines a mix of student hall and shopping mall with a bar on top.
This is one of those buildings that is visible from all over the city - a huge collection of triangular forms in dark brick and copper, from 1906. Inside is calm and light - and the views from the hill (Vitabergsparken) it stands on are lovely. The edges of the park are dotted with little wooden workers' cottages from the...
The original church is beautiful. A later modern addition is not. This is not a place to visit for beauty. It may be of interest to architects. That being said it IS a place for Catholics to come. Sunday mass is offered in Swedish, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Croatian etc. Note NOT in English. When the bishop celebrates mass and the...
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Churches & Cathedrals
"Picturesque cemetery at Katarina Kyrka"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by Razorfish
We strolled through the cemetery at Katarina Kyrka on our way to Urban Deli from Gamla Stan. It is a very picturesque and peaceful setting. We did not go inside the church, but the outside is very impressive.
Bryggartäppan is just a playground, but it's definetely worth paying a visit when walking in Södermalm! It is like a little Skansen, with small hand-made wooden houses. Very cosy and meaningful, inspired by Per Anders Fogelströms book about old Stockholm. Children love to play there, and parents may find something inspiring for themselves. If not citations from the book, then...
Full of surprises. The square itself is nice not more. Many nice restaurants surrounding it (we tried Nytorget 6 and were not disappointed). Nice walk on Nytorgsgatan and Bondegatan with many concept stores and interesting shops. We accidentally entered into the 6/5/4 store on number 27 Nytorgsgatan that is really a curiosity. They have a tiny coffee shop and sell...
Helt fantastisk mat och så underbart sätt att servera det på, svårt att få bord men är man ute i god tid så funkar det.
Detta är i mitt tycke den bästa krogen i Stockholm för närvarande.
Absolutely amazing food and such a wonderful way to serve it, hard to get a table, but if you plan it well, it...
Dropped by for a little icecream, after an amazing lunch, and the Mango icecream made me go back to the hotel with a big satisfied smile!
Prices ok for Stockholm, ofc not comparable to the Italian ones, but this is Sweden.
Such a good brunch spot. They have something for myself (a vegan) my veggie pals and my meat eating pal. The service was great, really nice and friendly staff too. The food came after about 20 mins, the drinks came after about 5 or 6 mins and the atmosphere is VERY relaxed. Exactly what you want for brunch.
Staff was very nice and flexible and helped us a lot. Room was clean and beautiful. Breakfast was really good and there were large selection of choises.
Unfortunately we stayed in the hotel during construction work so there were some noise in the morning.
Nice area, very central, nice ambience in reception, Ok breakfast (we were there 09.30-10 every day). Room(s) and bathroom a little strange furnished, but impressively large and practical for a family of 5.
The location in Sodermalm was ideal, near the metro line and some great places to eat. The breakfast was one of the better I've had in Sweden. The bathroom was constantly wet and the shower didn't have a proper screen. Construction works made it feel less relaxed and workers often walked past in the morning. Kind of felt like it...