Admirers of architecture shouldn’t miss this 17th-century Dutch baroque masterpiece, designed by Simon de la Vallée, Heinrich Wilhelm,...
Examining almost four centuries of Swedish postal history, the Postmuseum is not as mind-numbing as it sounds. It’s actually rather...
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The charm of this expat-friendly pub is mostly to be found in its labyrinthine cellar, a warren of nooks and crannies that seems to go...
Award-winning Leijontornet boasts the ruins of a 14th-century defence tower in its uberelegant dining room. But that’s where the history...
Lonely Planet review
Once a pawn shop, Stampen is better known as one of Stockholm’s music-club stalwarts, swinging to live jazz and blues every night. The free blues jam, at 2pm on Saturday, pulls everyone from local noodlers to the odd music legend.