Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Stockholm from the Inside out

My best friend is coming on Friday and she'll be here for 10 days. What should we see/do that's non-obvious? Already got things like a boat trip in the archipelago, the Vasa Museum, the view of the Old Town and Södermalm from City Hall on the list, but would appreciate any suggestions for out-of-the-way things to see and do.


Anonymous UL-Tomten said...

Blow up the German embassy! Do Stockholm like it's 1975.

7:01 PM  
Blogger Your humble cynic in a cynical World said...

The 18th century theatre at Drottningholm Castle!

2:16 AM  
Blogger Sara said...

There's a very nice café on Fjällgatan with a beautiful view of the water, the Finland ferries and Djurgården.

/ Sara

10:52 AM  
Anonymous Max said...

Hmm... how about "Systembolaget" at Regeringsgatan (or any other large one)? A store for alcoholic beverages only, and the inability to buy them anywhere else, made an australian colleague of mine fashinated enugh to declare it a tourist attraction.

4:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Evening picnic at Långholmen (Or skinnaviksparken) for super sunset views (+ possibility of bathing at Långoholmen)

11:25 PM  
Anonymous Jennifer said...

I would take her on a boat trip to Fjäderholmarna. Have some dinner at the restaurant, sit and watch the sun set from the cliffs, maybe take a bath.

8:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glasshuset at Medborgeplatsen for 3 scoops, then 1/2-1 hour people watching from the steps or a nearby bench at Medborgeplatsen.

Also good for rainy days (or as in my case old grandmothers who don't walk far) - take one of those sightseeing busses. Plus the parliament has free guided tours in English and is more interesting than I thought it would be.

8:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Skokloster Castle! I's a bit of a trip but absolutely worth it. A castle frozen in time since the owner died in the late 1700, contains the worlds largest collection of muskets..

Not to forget the Gold Room at the Historiska Museet( a really good collection of Viking gold among other things)

1:27 PM  
Anonymous Sven Svensson said...

Go here:

Great view!

7:54 PM  
Anonymous Sven Svensson said...

...or mayby here:


7:55 PM  
Blogger Bitter said...

OR have dinner at Thaibåten, at the very end of Östgötagatan, v nice food and its own beach!!

11:18 AM  
Blogger Christina said...

fåfängan. fiket högst upp på berget. do it man.

5:01 PM  
Blogger Angie said...

Hmm.. how about:

- Kayaking in the archipielago
- Lunch/Fika at Kaknästornet in Gärdet
- A nice and quiet walk at Skogskyrkogården

Have fun! :)

11:44 PM  
Blogger Coola Morsan said...

Afternoon/evening route: Begin at the boat café by Djurgårdsbron, walk beside Galärparken and the jettys on your way to Vasa museum, view Stockholm from any high Gröna Lund attraction, take the ferry to Slussen, have a beer at Debaser and take the the Katarina elevator up to Södra Teatern and Mosebacketerassen to get the late views and mingle with people there, or later on at Medborgarplatsen.

10:35 AM  
Anonymous Cia said...

Hmmm I wanna know if you used any of the suggestions!!!!

10:11 PM  

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