At the southern edge of Södermalm is this sprawling complex, with both indoor and outdoor pools (with all the trimmings).
One of Sweden’s largest indoor climbing centres, with around 1000 sq m of artificial climbing. Next to the J-train Sickla stop.
Sharing an entrance with Spårvägsmuseet, Leksaksmuseet is packed with everything you probably ever wanted as a child (and may still be...
This huge white spherical building (it looks like a giant golf ball) just south of Södermalm hosts regular big-name pop and rock...
Sitting among a string of three inviting cafes along this block, Chutney is one of Stockholm’s earliest vegetarian restaurants. Huddle...
Lonely Planet review
One of Stockholm’s more unusual attractions, Skogskyrkogården is an arrestingly beautiful cemetery set in soothing pine woodland. Designed by the great Erik Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz, it’s on the Unesco World Heritage list and famed for its functionalist buildings. Famous residents include Stockholm screen goddess Greta Garbo. A visitor guide is available on the website in several languages. To get here, take the tunnelbana to T-Skogskyrkogården.