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Stockholm’s good looks and fashion sense could almost be intimidating. But this city is an accessible beauty, as easy to explore as it is to love. Though spread across 14 islands, connected by 57 bri...
Lonely Planet’s Pocket Stockholm is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you.
...t trips here were to visit my grandparents, and no day was complete without a long walk on the forested trails around their apartments. Dinner was usually local fish and produce from one of Stockholm's market halls – and for dessert, Swedish strawberries from a Hötorget vendor. To this day, being in Sweden means being outdoors, camping or hiking or just happily wandering.Swedish StyleIn...
With royal palaces, vintage villages and Viking traces, the greater Stockholm county is certainly worth a venture or three. Conveniently, SL travel passes allow unlimited travel on all buses and local trains in the area. Free timetables are available from the SL offi...
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Stockholm is stylish, cultured and beautiful. Once you’ve sampled the delights of the city, hop on a ferry to the islands in the archipelago for the best of Sweden’s great outdoors. Visit in late Jun...
From crafts and medieval architecture to haute cuisine and cocktails, enjoy the very best of Stockholm with Lonely Planet Magazine's guide. Experience Scandinavia’s design capital From the upmarket stores of Östermalm to the jumbled bric-a-brac shops of Upplandsgatan, this is a city that has...
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Mention the archipelago to Stockholmers and prepare for gushing adulation. Buffering the city from the open Baltic Sea, it’s a mesmerising wonderland of rocky isles carpeted with deep forests and fields of wildflowers, dotted...
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