Hey Hej! Stockholm, the capital of Sweden and a beautiful city composed of fourteen islands, offers a little something for everyone. Like most Scandinavian cities Stockholm is clean, progressive, friendly and full of opportunity to discover something new.

Stockholm has a great ferry system, making it easy to explore the surrounding islands.

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport is located 40km from the city centre. The Arlanda express train departs every 15 minutes and takes you to the city in 20 minutes.


Do as the Sweds do and enjoy a “fika” at a "fik". Basically, this means grabbing a coffee and a pastry at a local cafe.

Bageri Petrus No better way to start the day! Amazing coffee and pastries.

Greasy Spoon Great brunch spot.

Oaxen Krog Fine dining on the water. It’s sister restaurant, Oaxen Slip, is more casual experience. Reservations needed. Recommended by a friend.

Prinsen Traditional Swedish dishes served in a old style setting with wood-panelled interiors.


Riche This brasserie is an easy choice for early evening drinks. Known for its extensive wine list.

Trädgården-dgården A popular outdoor summer club in Södermalm. Go early to avoid long queues.


Djurgarden Explore the “green island” by bike.

Gamla Stan (Old Town) Wander around one of the most well-kept medieval parts of the city, enjoy the variety of shops and stop into a cozy cafe for a local treat. Don’t miss Stortorget, the main square.

Prästgatan A picturesque street with beautiful houses in the Old Town.

Sandhamn Take a day trip or overnight to this island two hours east of Stockholm. It is incredibly easy to fill an afternoon swimming in the Baltic and kayaking.

The Royal Palace Step back in time and visit the Stockholm palace. Check out the parade of soldiers and changing of the guard.

The Vasa Museum The only, preserved seventeenth-century ship in the world. Go early to avoid the crowds.


We recommend the central neighborhoods, especially Gamla Stan, Norrmalm and Östermalm.