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Norrmalm and Vasastan

Kungsträdgården, Norrmalm

One of the best ways to get to know Stockholm is to visit its local parks, pubs, and restaurants. While areas like Gamla Stan and Djurgården give you a glimpse of the city’s history, places where most locals hang out let you feel the city’s pulse and thereby, immerse yourself in the local culture. Technically, Norrmalm and Vasastan belong to …

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Hostels in Stockholm City Center

hostel af chapman

It doesn’t matter if you’re into outdoors-y stuff, museums, or hiking. Stockholm is a city that has something for everyone regardless of interest or preference of luxury. Indeed, even if you’re on a tight budget, a visit to Stockholm would be quite an enjoyable experience. Hostels in Stockholm are pretty much well-kept and a lot of them feature modest but …

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Free things to do in Stockholm

moderna museet i stockholm

Dubbed as “The Capital of Scandinavia”, Stockholm offers tourists amazing views and travel experience. Pretty much like any city, Stockholm has its share of both high end and budget-friendly list of things-to-do. Depending on what you want to do and what you want to see, touring around Stockholm can be either really expensive or quite cheap. The best thing about …

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Old Town – A good place to start

Stockholm City

It’s quite clear why Gamla Stan or Old Town in English is one of Stockholm’s biggest tourist attractions. The cobbled streets crawl from main streets to alleyways leading travelers to shops, cafes, cathedrals, and museums. If it’s your first time in Stockholm, a trip to where the city actually started should definitely be on your to-do list. What makes the …

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