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Fotografiska

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Fotografiska


Stadsgårdshamnen 22
116 45 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-509 00 500


T (Metro)
Red line T13, T14
Green line T17, T18, T19
SLUSSEN
Exit: Södermalmstorg


www.fotografiska.eu


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

Fotografiska is one of the world’s largest meeting places for contemporary photography. Four unique large exhibitions and about 20 smaller exhibitions are presented annually. Book and souvenir shop, restaurant and a photo gallery. In the top floor café, you will find one of Stockholm’s very best viewpoints.

Eat Guides 360° Action named the restaurant of Fotografiska the best in Sweden in 2019, thanks to its sustainable gastronomy. It’s run by well-known chef Paul Svensson and the concept focuses on green seasonal dishes. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Stadsmuseet

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Stockholm City Museum


Ryssgården – Slussen
116 46 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-508 31 620


T (Metro)
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Green line T17, T18, T19
SLUSSEN
Exit: Södermalmstorg


www.stadsmuseet.stockholm.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

A magnificent 17th-century palace filled to the brim with Stockholm’s history. Trace the city’s development from a little, medieval harbor town to today’s multicultural metropolis. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Eriksdalsbadet

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Eriksdalsbadet


Hammarby Slussväg 20
118 60 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 8 508 402 50


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SKANSTULL
Exit: Ringvägen


www.stockholm.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

The new Eriksdalsbadet baths replaced the old facilities in 1999 and were built during Stockholm’s application for the 2004 Olympic games. It’s the city’s largest and most modern swimming facilities with pools for recreational swimming, a gym and an aqua park with waterslides. Eriksdalsbadet is open every day of the week (with exception for certain holidays) and during the summer it’s open-air pools are a popular spot for families and recreational swimmers alike. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Boulebar Tanto

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Boulebar Tanto


Tantogatan 85
118 42 Stockholm
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010-162 92 00


T (Metro)
Red line T13, T14
ZINKENSDAMM
Exit: Ringvägen / Hornsgatan


www.boulebar.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

Boulebar Tanto is a great place for hanging out in the summer; play some pétanque, eat and have a drink or two. Located by Tantolunden in Södermalm, overlooking the waterside of Årstaviken. The nearest subway stop is Hornstull. Boulebar Tanto opens up every may, and is open during the summer months.

Up for a game of petanque during fall or winter? Boulebar has several indoor locations as well. Boulebar Rådhuset and Boulebar Liljeholmen for example.

(text: Visitstockholm.com)

Fjällgatan

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Fjällgatan


Fjällgatan
116 28 Stockholm
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SLUSSEN
Exit: Södermalmstorg


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

Historic environment located high up on the edge of a cliff with a fantastic view of the city. Fjällgatan’s Kaffestuga café is charming and popular.

The blocks around Fjällgatan, Stigbergsgatan, Mäster Mikaels Gata, Fiskargatan, and Södra Teatern are lined with well-preserved wooden buildings from the 1700s on one side and a magnificent view of the other. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Monteliusvägen

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Monteliusvägen


Monteliusvägen
Stockholm
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T (Metro)
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MARIATORGET
Exit: Hornsgatan


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

A 500-meter long (quarter-mile) walking path with a magnificent view of Lake Mälaren, Stockholm City Hall, and Riddarholmen, especially at sunrise and sunset. The path is lined with charming houses on one side and a beautiful view on the other. There is, of course, a safety rail on the path, but be careful in the wintertime when parts of the path might be a bit slippery. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Skinnarviksberget

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Skinnarviksberget


Skinnarviksberget
118 23 Stockholm
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T (Metro)
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MARIATORGET
Exit: Hornsgatan


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

The highest natural point in central Stockholm is a favorite place among the locals for picnics and parties under the open sky. The views are stunning – across Kungsholmen, Gamla Stan (Old Town), the Stockholm City Hall, and other points of interest. The park beneath the hill has a small playground and an open-air café where you can enjoy a light lunch or an ice cream in one of the hammocks. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Tantolunden

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Tantolunden


Zinkens Väg 20
118 42 Stockholm
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ZINKENSDAMM
Exit: Ringvägen


www.parker.stockholm


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

Tantolunden is a large park by Årstaviken on the island of Södermalm. Its location close to the restaurants and cafés of Hornstull, Mariatorget, and SoFo has made the area a popular meeting place for young Stockholmers. People of all ages meet here for swimming and picnics in the summer and for sledding in the winter. There’s a playground, beach volleyball court, minigolf, a frisbee golf course, and an open-air theater. Don’t miss the chance to take a stroll up the hill and enjoy the more than 100 allotment gardens and garden sheds. Creative carpentry and gardening have been blooming behind the fences since 1915. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Brunogallerian

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Brunogallerian


Götgatan 36
118 26 Estocolmo
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+46(0)8-640 75 65


T (Metro)
Red line T13, T14
Green line T17, T18, T19
SLUSSEN
Exit: Götgatsbacken


www.brunogallerian.se


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

WELCOME TO STOCKHOLM’S SMALLEST GALLERIA
The small shopping centre with great content right by Götgatsbacken. Scandinavian and international fashion brands, Asian flavours, tasty sociable breaks and a club or two.

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Fotografiska


Stadsgårdshamnen 22
116 45 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-509 00 500


T (Metro)
Red line T13, T14
Green line T17, T18, T19
SLUSSEN
Exit: Södermalmstorg


www.fotografiska.eu


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

Fotografiska is one of the world’s largest meeting places for contemporary photography. Four unique large exhibitions and about 20 smaller exhibitions are presented annually. Book and souvenir shop, restaurant and a photo gallery. In the top floor café, you will find one of Stockholm’s very best viewpoints.

Eat Guides 360° Action named the restaurant of Fotografiska the best in Sweden in 2019, thanks to its sustainable gastronomy. It’s run by well-known chef Paul Svensson and the concept focuses on green seasonal dishes. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

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Fotografiska


Stadsgårdshamnen 22
116 45 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-509 00 500


T (Metro)
Red line T13, T14
Green line T17, T18, T19
SLUSSEN
Exit: Södermalmstorg


www.fotografiska.eu


30 SEPTEMBER 2021

Fotografiska is one of the world’s largest meeting places for contemporary photography. Four unique large exhibitions and about 20 smaller exhibitions are presented annually. Book and souvenir shop, restaurant and a photo gallery. In the top floor café, you will find one of Stockholm’s very best viewpoints.

Eat Guides 360° Action named the restaurant of Fotografiska the best in Sweden in 2019, thanks to its sustainable gastronomy. It’s run by well-known chef Paul Svensson and the concept focuses on green seasonal dishes. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

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ÖSTERMALMSTORG
Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan

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