The small but evocative Strindbergsmuseet in the Blue Tower is the well-preserved apartment where writer and painter August Strindberg...
This slick new building houses an art gallery with interesting temporary exhibitions (recently a survey of Swedish fashion from 2000 to...
The blue neon sign outside this bar tips you off to its former life as a shoe store. These days, it serves as the back bar to Storstad ,...
This attractive bistro near Odenplan, which shares a corner (and owners) with Olssons bar, serves Scandi classics like toast skagen or...
Sveavägen 73 · interesting places nearby
The main city library is just north of the city centre. Designed by architect Erik Gunnar Asplund and sporting a curvaceous, technicolour reading room, it’s the finest example of Stockholm’s 1920s neoclassicist style.