This is Stockholm

Modernity meets tranquility. Trend-setting restaurants and vibrant nightclubs next to idyllic archipelago. Welcome to a city where it is easy to breathe – and to feel your pulse.

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Papercut

Papercut is a store that offers both international and Swedish newspapers, books, films, music and printed matter. The collection is carefully selected with focus on art, design and fashion. Does any of this sound interesting? Good! Then you'll probably spend several hours here, finding a present both for someone back home and for yourself.

Stockholm on a rainy day

2 Café • 4 Shopping • 4 Attraction • 2 Activity

Modern Retro

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Modern Retro

Guide to Hornsgatan

9 Shopping • 1 Attraction • 5 Restaurant • 3 Nightlife

Brandstationen

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Brandstationen

Kungsholmen: District guide

4 Restaurant • 2 Café • 2 Attraction • 2 Nightlife • 2 Activity • 1 Shopping

Östermalm: District guide

1 Shopping • 1 Nightlife • 7 Restaurant • 2 Attraction

Nathalie Schuterman

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Nathalie Schuterman

J. Lindeberg

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J. Lindeberg

Södermalm: District guide

1 Restaurant • 1 Nightlife • 5 Attraction • 2 Shopping • 1 Café

Mall of Scandinavia

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Mall of Scandinavia

Emmaus Stockholm

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Gallerian

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Gallerian

Where to go for Afternoon Tea

3 Café • 1 Restaurant • 1 Nightlife • 1 Shopping

Dusty Deco

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Springtime in Stockholm

4 Attraction • 1 Activity • 1 Café • 1 Shopping • 1 Event

Stockholm ❤ Nerds

3 Attraction • 8 Shopping • 2 Activity • 1 Nightlife

Scandinavian design

4 Event • 15 Shopping

Konsthantverkarna

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Konsthantverkarna

Snickars Records

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Bruno Vintage Market

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Bruno Vintage Market

Ecosphere

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Fashion Innovators

14 Shopping

City center/Norrmalm: District guide

1 Attraction • 6 Shopping • 2 Café • 2 Restaurant • 1 Activity

Sandqvist

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Sandqvist

JUS

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JUS

Guide to Midsommarkransen

5 Shopping • 1 Café • 3 Restaurant

MOOD Stockholm

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MOOD Stockholm

Chokladfabriken

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Chokladfabriken