Blås & Knåda
Maria Magdalena Kyrka
Consecrated in 1643, Södermalm’s oldest church stands on the site of a 14th-century chapel, torn down by serial church trasher Gustav...
Evocative exhibits cover Stockholm’s development from fortified port to modern metropolis via plague, fire and good old-fashioned...
Almgrens Sidenväveri Museum
Knut August Almgren founded this historic weaving factory in 1883 using parts of a Jacquard loom smuggled from France in barrels of...
Valhalla for beer fiends, Akkurat boasts a huge selection of Belgian ales as well as a good range of Swedish-made microbrews, including...
The best place to get a quick snack of freshly fried herring in Stockholm is this humble cart outside the tunnelbana station at Slussen....
Lonely Planet review
Glass and ceramics are the main attraction at this venerable seasoned gallery. Run by around 45 Swedish potters and glassblowers who take turns manning the floor, it’s a good place for ‘Where-did-you-get-that?’ sculptures, vases and dishes, as well as art books and cards to top off the perfect gift.