For more-atmospheric splashing about, head to art-nouveau Centralbadet, where entry includes pool, sauna and gym access. Treatments...
LA has Mann’s Chinese Theater, Melbourne has the Forum and Stockholm has this dreamy 1923 picture palace, designed by Gunnar Asplund and...
The stomping ground of Mats Ek’s Cullberg Ballet, this place is an absolute must for contemporary dance fans. Guest artists have...
Hattori Sushi Devil
Busier than a Shinjuku subway stop, this slick little sushi bar rolls out sushi so good it could make a sumo wrestler weep. The...
Drottninggatan 85 · interesting places nearby
The small but evocative Strindbergsmuseet in the Blue Tower is the well-preserved apartment where writer and painter August Strindberg (1849–1912) spent his final four years. Peep into his closet, scan his study and library (containing some 3000 volumes), do a round of the dining room, and take in the often absorbing temporary exhibits.