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About Me
My name is Anders, and I am a key account manager. I love living in Stockholm because it’s full of green areas and historic buildings with beautiful architecture mixed with lots of choices for art, culture and food! It’s all within walking distance with great public transport enabling more/less
You have to go to
Stockholm City Hall
Here's one fun activity you can do
ABBA Museum
Don't forget to check out one of my favorite places
Stockholm Archipelago, island hopping or park areas like Brunnsviken/Hagaparken where Crown Princess Victoria lives. LÃ¥ngholmen Island also amazing for swimming and a picnic!
Enjoy a meal at my favorite restaurant
If you're a vegetarian go to Hermans Vegetariska Restaurang. There's great outdoor seating areas with view over Old Town and the inner waterways. Södermalm Island. The nearest tube station is Slussen (address: Fjällgatan 23B).
Here's a doable bucket list for you to do in one day
1. City Hall (Nobel Dinner etc)
2. Walk along Norr Mälarstrand on Kungsholmen Island
3. Skansen Outdoor Museum and Djurgården Island
4. Lunch/coffee at Mälarpaviljongen (during walk on Norrmälarstrand)
5. 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Skogskyrkogråden/ Woodland Cemetery - Drottningholm Castle – Birka
My extra insider tip for you is
Stockholm has lots to offer so don’t make your stay to short! Midsummer to August is a great time to visit as good weather and most of the locals are on holiday! You can swim, fish and paddle canoes in the city waters! Just walk around the islands and its beautiful green walkways around the islands. A day trip to Sandhamn Island in outer archipelago well worth it! If time is limited do a trip to Vaxholm or Fjäderholmarna! Keep an eye out for whats on at the Fotografiska Museum!
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