T (Metro): Odenplan

Tegnérgatan 2C
Tegnérgatan 2C
Tegnérgatan 2C
Tegnérgatan 2C
Tegnérgatan 2C
Tegnérgatan 2C
Tegnérgatan 2C
Tegnérgatan 2C

Man in the Moon

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Man in the moon


Tegnérgatan 2C
113 58 Stockholm
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+4684589500


T (Metro)
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RÅDMANSGATAN
Exit: Tegnérgatan

ODENPLAN
Exit: Odengatan


www.maninthemoon.se


Popular gastropub Man in the Moon has one of Stockholm’s largest selections of beer; 650 different kinds of which 30 are on tap. There’s also a large selection of whiskey with around 110 single malts to chose from. Hungry guests can expect a menu that mixes Swedish classics – like Beef Rydberg and potato pancake – with international favorites. (Text: Visitstockholm.com)

Norrtullsgatan 61
Norrtullsgatan 61
Norrtullsgatan 61
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Le Petit Cochon

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Le Petit Cochon


Norrtullsgatan 61
113 45 Stockholm
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+46868438004


T (Metro)
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ODENPLAN
Exit: Odengatan


www.lepetitcochon.se


Le Petit Cochon is a bistro in the french mold, located on Norrtullsgatan in Vasastan. The menu strives to be playful, unexpected and features delicacies from not only France but southern Europe in general. (Text: Visitstockholm.com)

VASASTADEN

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VASASTADEN

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The streets of Vasastan have a homey feel to them, as this is mostly a residential area. But there’s also a plethora of small shops, exciting restaurants, and cozy cafés, well worth a trip alone!

Vasastan lies at the northern edge of innercity Stockholm, with Kungsholmen to the west, Östermalm to the east, and the city center to the South. Up until the 1880s, it consisted primarily of several large estates, when the city council decided it would become a residential area. The main bulk of the buildings are from the early 20th century which makes Vasastan a must-see for architecture buffs wanting to see examples of Nordic Classicism; the Stockholm Public Library (designed by Gunnar Asplund) and the buildings in Atlasområdet to name a few.

Vasastan has an abundance of restaurants and cozy cafés, mainly concentrated around Odenplan and St. Eriksplan. Rörstrandsgatan is a street worthy of a closer look. You’ll also find many small shops and vintage stores sprinkled around this part of town, as well as the popular Bio Capitol-cinema. The big park Vasaparken is perfect for picnics in the summer and ice skating in the winter. (Text: Visitstockholm.com)

Hagagatan 37
Hagagatan 37
Hagagatan 37
Hagagatan 37
Hagagatan 37

Mjuk Mjuk

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Mjuk Mjuk


Hagagatan 37
113 47 Stockholm
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Exit: Odengatan


www.mjukmjuk.se


Soft Gelato. Strong Coffee
Mjuk Mjuk on Hagagatan makes their own soft-serve gelato from scratch. Fresh ingredients and fruits, topped with chocolate -or caramel sauce and sprinkled with nuts, cookie crumbs, or roasted marshmallow, of course. (Text: Visitstockholm.com)

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Torsgatan 59
Torsgatan 59
Torsgatan 59
Torsgatan 59

Tid Watches

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Tid Watches


Torsgatan 59
113 37 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 8 20 33 80


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SANKT ERIKSPLAN


www.tidwatches.com


Stockholm based Tid designs uniquely stylish wrist watches. Fittingly, Tid is the Swedish word for time, and their goal is to create iconic products with a genuine value over time. You’ll find their main office and brand store on Torsgatan in Vasastan. (Text: Visitstockholm.com)

Upplandsgatan 43
Upplandsgatan 43
Upplandsgatan 43
Upplandsgatan 43
Upplandsgatan 43
Upplandsgatan 43
Upplandsgatan 43
Upplandsgatan 43

Old Touch

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Old Touch


Upplandsgatan 43
113 28 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-34 90 05


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www.oldtouch.se


Large selection of dresses, jewelry, hats and odds and ends from the 1900s to the 1960s, with an especially good eye for the 1920s. Also has clothes and accessories to rent as costumes. (Text: Visitstockholm.com)

St Eriksplan 2
St Eriksplan 2
St Eriksplan 2
St Eriksplan 2
St Eriksplan 2
St Eriksplan 2
St Eriksplan 2

Cajsa Warg

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Cajsa Warg


Sankt Eriksplan 2
113 20 Stockholm
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+46 (0)8-33 01 20


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SANKT ERIKSPLAN


www.cajsawarg.se


This grocery and delicatessen in the Vasastan district offers a wide selection of high-quality, locally produced and organic products. The store was named after Cajsa Warg, a famous Swedish cookbook author who lived in the 1700s. (Text: Visitstockholm.com)

Norrtullsgatan 33
Norrtullsgatan 33
Norrtullsgatan 33
Norrtullsgatan 33
Norrtullsgatan 33
Norrtullsgatan 33
Norrtullsgatan 33
Norrtullsgatan 33

Arkivet secondhand

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Arkivet secondhand


Norrtullsgatan 33
113 27 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 72-969 20 00


info@arkivetsthlm.se


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www.arkivetsthlm.se


Arkivet secondhand specializes in, not necessarily retro-chic and antiques, but on current fashion trends and seasons. Primarily selling women’s fashion, Arkivet also has a selection of beautiful accessories and shoes. From high street to high-end fashion, the items are carefully selected and none of them are more than two-three years old.

Arkivet has a second store on Nybrogatan 44 in Östermalm. (Text: Visitstockholm.com)

Drottninggatan 85
Drottninggatan 85
Drottninggatan 85
Drottninggatan 85
Drottninggatan 85
Drottninggatan 85

The Strindberg Museum

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The Strindberg Museum


Drottninggatan 85
111 60 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-411 53 54
+46(0)8-441 91 70


info@strindbergsmuseet.se


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– RÅDMANSGATAN
– ODENPLAN


www.strindbergsmuseet.se


Blå tornet – ‘The Blue Tower’ is the last residence of famous Swedish author, playwright, and artist August Strindberg (1849-1912). Visit this home, consisting of a bedroom, dining room, and workroom. Strindberg’s library is open in conjunction with the exhibition. The exhibition ‘Strindberg in the center’ features books, photos, paintings, and artifacts. (Text: Visitstockholm.com)

Sveavägen 73
Sveavägen 73
Sveavägen 73

The Stockholm Public Library

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The Stockholm Public Library


Sveavägen 73
113 50 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 8 508 31 020
+46 (0) 8 508 309 00


kundtjanst.ssb@stockholm.se


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www.biblioteket.stockholm.se


The Stockholm Public Library in Stockholm was created by world-famous architect Gunnar Asplund and is a great example of the style called Swedish Grace. This library has been listed as one of the world’s most beautiful libraries by the magazine Conde Nast Traveler. The facade is truly gorgeous, but make sure to enter the building for an even more amazing sight. (Text: Visitstockholm.com)

Eastmansvägen 10
Eastmansvägen 10
Eastmansvägen 10
Eastmansvägen 10
Eastmansvägen 10
Eastmansvägen 10
Eastmansvägen 10

Sven-Harry's art museum

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Sven-Harry’s art museum


Eastmansvägen 10
113 61 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 8 511 600 60


info@sven-harrys.se


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www.sven-harrys.se


This shiny six-storied building with a brass facade houses an art gallery, museum, restaurant, and roof terrace. Probably the most unique feature of the museum is the copy of Sven-Harry’s former home, an 18th-century manor house, reconstructed on its premises. Visitors will be able to cross the threshold of Sven-Harry’s “home” and enjoy the art collection he has lovingly built up over the last 35 years. In the large bright art gallery, diverse, multifaceted exhibitions are shown, primarily by Swedish contemporary artists. There are regular tours and programs related to the ongoing exhibitions. (Text: Visitstockholm.com)

Photo:
Thomas Fransson
Photo:
Thomas Fransson
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Ingrid Li
Photo:
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Observatorielunden

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Observatorielunden


Drottninggatan/Norrtullsgatan
113 60 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-508 090 00


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Green line T17, T18, T19
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www.parker.stockholm


The noise of the city seems infinitely far away in the grove on the hill. Observatorielunden is a green oasis only a stone’s throw from the throbbing pulse of Drottninggatan. Exactly as the name implies, there’s an observatory in the park that goes back to the 1700s. One wing, from the end of the nineteenth century, contains Kafé Himlavalvet, known for its delicious waffles and toppings from a special waffle menu. The café and its outdoor seating area are open all year except for January. (Text: Visitstockholm.com)

Lögebodavägen 10
Lögebodavägen 10
Lögebodavägen 10
Lögebodavägen 10
Lögebodavägen 10

Carl Eldh's Studio Museum

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Carl Eldh’s Studio Museum


Lögebodavägen 10 (Tips: go to Sveavägen 166)
113 47 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-612 65 60


info@eldhsatelje.se


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www.eldhsatelje.se


Visit the unique wooden building from 1919 and enjoy a sheltering environment with a panoramic view of Brunnsviken and the Haga Park. Carl Eldh’s Studio Museum houses several hundred sculptures by one of Sweden’s most prominent sculptors. Also temporary exhibitions. Carl Eldh’s Studio Museum is mainly open during summertime and offers guided tours in English once a day. (Text: Visitstockholm.com)

Torsgatan 19
Torsgatan 19
Torsgatan 19
Torsgatan 19
Torsgatan 19

Bonniers Konsthall

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Bonniers Konsthall


Torsgatan 19
113 21 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-736 42 48


info@bonnierskonsthall.se


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Green line T17, T18, T19
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www.bonnierskonsthall.se


The Bonniers Konsthall art gallery is a leading institution for Swedish and international contemporary art. Sweden’s most cutting-edge art gallery, designed by Johan Celsing Arkitektkontor, offers a variety of exciting exhibitions of the latest art. The gallery also contains an art gallery shop, café, and restaurant. Free admission on Fridays. (Text: Visitstockholm.com)

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