24 hours in Stockholm

16Oct11

This city oozes with Scandinavian charm – from the old European architecture to good-looking Swedes in their style icon-esque attire.

Have lunch at Wedholms Fisk, considered to be a top restaurant in this city. Perfect for a business lunch and sampling typical Nordic food such as smoked salmon and herring.
Strandbryggan Sea Club is a scenic see-and-be-seen place to have a glass of wine or two with friends on the water. Don’t forget your designer shades!

If you’re looking for a cozy dinner spot, check out Prinsen – they have hands-down the best Swedish meatballs I’ve ever had. And you can’t come to Sweden without trying the meatballs.

Stay at Diplomat Hotel, one of the best hotels in Stockholm (and over 100 years old!), which is in the center of everything.

Photo credit: laterooms.com

If you’re jet-setting to another Scandinavian city or back to London, try SAS or Norwegian Air.

As always, have a great trip!

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5 Responses to “24 hours in Stockholm”

  1. Thank you!:)

  2. It looks sooo beautiful! Another one to add to my long list 🙂

  3. I love Stockholm. It is such a charming city. Have you been there just recently?

  4. Thanks Daniela, I’ve just gone again, such a charming city although very cold at this time of year;).


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