10 Amazing Things To Do In Stockholm, Sweden 🇸🇪
Getting around ⛴ 🚋 Get the SL Access Card to access the metro and even the ferries. A 24-hr unlimited card is $14 while 72-hr use is $28.
Sit down for Fika, a socialized coffee break that is a staple of Swedish culture. Make sure you have coffee (or tea) and a cinnamon roll.
Visit the world’s most well-preserved 17th century ship at the Vasa Museum, Scandinavia’s most-visited museum. The ship is nearly intact.
Gamla Stan, Sweden’s Old Town, is a spice-hued maze of old merchant houses, that feels very medieval. Wander around in the early hours of the morning.
Fotografiska is the largest photography museum in the world, with contemporary photography exhibitions on rotation and an award-winning restaurant.
It wouldn’t be a trip to Stockholm without eating Swedish meatballs. The best place to eat them is Meatballs for the People, which even has reindeer.
The Swedish pop group, ABBA, are loved in the city. Their museum is heaps of fun with karaoke booths, memorabilia, and a holographic concert.
Do you dare eat the world’s spiciest hot dog at Helldog? The Harikari is over 2 million scoville (a habanero is 300k) and you have to sign a waiver.
Spend the night in a refurbished airplane that is now a functioning hostel. This is especially helpful if you have an early flight.
Herman’s Cafe is an all-you-can-eat vegetarian buffet with amazing harbor views. Bring your student ID for half off the meal.
The Pharmarium is one of the best cocktail bars I’ve ever come across. They have a full library of imaginative drinks that switch seasonally.
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