Blå Porten Café
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Blå Porten Café information
Blissful on sunny days, when you can linger over lunch or fika in a garden reminiscent of a Monet painting, this cafe next to Liljevalchs Konsthall boasts an obscenely tempting display of baked goods, as well as lip-smacking Scandi and global meals. Mercifully, many of Djurgården’s museums are within rolling distance.