The capital of Scandinavia and nicknamed Venice of the north Stockholm has a lot to live up to and it doesn’t disappoint. The cold crisp winters and vibrant summers means Stockholm offers it’s inhabitants and visiting tourists something different no matter the season. The city center itself is built no fewer then 14 Islands and has numerous parks and forests near by, meaning to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life is only a short jog away.
For a day long adventure Stockholms world famous archipelago which connects the city to the Baltic sea is a spectacular boat trip all year round especially in the summer. If you want to experience the Swedish culture the city has more then its fair share to offer in terms fashion and architecture.MEET OUR BLOGGERS
“My favourite coffee shop and bakery is Brioche, located at Alviks Torg in Stockholm. Brioche is right by my job at Runner’s World, but that’s not why it’s my favourite, but because they are baking all their amazing bread on-site, and since bread is my one big weakness I am happy to have Brioche just down the stairs.”
Lisa’s bakery and Café
“As close to an aunts kitchen as you can get. Familiar atmosphere, the smell of freshly baked cinnamon buns and classic black coffee. The epic way to do a Swedish “fika”, a mandatory cornerstone to experience the Swedish culture, and a perfect way to take a deep breath, relax a bit and feel like home.”
“If I have a few hours to spare and want to get as much inspiration as possible I recommend jumping on a bike and riding down towards Södermalm to experience Fotografiska. I always start of in their shop to see what souvenirs I’m going to bring home with me this time.”