Your Ultimate Guide to Discover Stockholm
Hitting the dance floor in Stockholm
Find the upcoming festivals happening in the city.
- Stockholm Bachata Weekend 2024Stockholm Bachata Weekend 2024 🗓 When: 23rd February – 25th February 2024🌐 Where: Stockholm, Sweden📍 Location: Skeppsbron 2, 111 30 Stockholm, Sweden🎟 Buy your tickets here Don’t get confused.There are many sensual weekends,but none like the 3rd edition of the Stockholm Bachata Weekend 2024,the biggest festival in Scandinavia What can you expect from this festival? and all this … Read more
- Stockholm Sensual Bachata Weekend 2023Stockholm Sensual Bachata Weekend 2023 🗓 When: 3rd November- 5th November 2023🌐 Where: Stockholm, Sweden📍 Location: Quality Hotel Friends. Råsta Strandväg 1, 169 56 Solna, Sweden🎟 Buy your tickets with a discount here How said Swedish people are cold?Only the weather there is cold, discover the high level of the Swedish local community on the first edition of … Read more
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What to do in Stockholm
Stockholm is a beautiful city with many attractions to visit.
If you are attending the Stockholm Bachata Festival, you might want to check out some of the following places:
The Old Town is a must-visit place in Stockholm. It is one of the largest and best-preserved medieval city centers in Europe.
You can wander around the narrow streets and alleys, admire the colorful buildings, and visit some of the many museums and galleries.
This museum is home to the only almost fully intact 17th-century ship that has ever been salvaged, the 64-gun warship Vasa that sank on her maiden voyage in 1628.
The museum displays the ship itself, which has been fitted with masts and sails, as well as thousands of artifacts found with the ship.
Skansen is an open-air museum that showcases Sweden’s cultural heritage. It is one of the oldest open-air museums in the world and features a zoo with Nordic animals such as bears, wolves, lynx, and moose.
This palace is the private residence of the Swedish royal family. It was built in the 17th century and is located on an island in Lake Mälaren. The palace is surrounded by beautiful gardens and parks.
When it comes to restaurants, Stockholm has a lot to offer. Here are some recommendations:
- Oaxen Krog & Slip – This restaurant serves modern Scandinavian cuisine with a focus on local ingredients. It has been awarded two Michelin stars.
- Gastrologik – This restaurant offers a tasting menu that changes daily based on what ingredients are available. It has been awarded two Michelin stars.
- Nook – This restaurant serves Asian-inspired cuisine with a focus on sustainability. It has been awarded one Michelin star.
Where to stay in Stockholm
Are you looking for cheap accommodation in Stockholm for the bachata festival?
Here are some options that might interest you:
- Private room in Hammarby Sjöstad, common space shared! Soderman Stockholm
- Downton Camper by Scandic
- Nobis Hotel Stockholm
Where to eat in Stockholm
Are you looking for some budget-friendly restaurants in Stockholm?
Here are some options for you to try local and international food after an intense night of dancing:
Mom’s Kitchen on Nybrogatan
is a popular affordable cafe that serves European and Swedish cuisine.
another affordable restaurant that serves seafood.
is a budget-friendly restaurant that serves Asian cuisine.
is a budget-friendly restaurant that serves Swedish cuisine.
Fuori Di Pizza is a budget-friendly restaurant that serves Italian cuisine.
Falafelbaren is a budget-friendly restaurant that serves Middle Eastern cuisine.
Gunters Korvar is a budget-friendly restaurant that serves Swedish cuisine.
Other useful information when visiting Stockholm
Stockholm is a city that will make you fall in love with its charm.
The currency used in Stockholm is the Swedish krona (SEK), but you can easily exchange it for EUR.
The population of Stockholm is around 975,000 people.
The plug type used in Stockholm is the European plug type C and F2.
There are two airports in Stockholm:
Arlanda and Bromma.
To commute from Arlanda airport to the city center, you can take the Arlanda Express train which takes only 20 minutes.
If you prefer to take a bus, you can take the Flygbussarna which takes around 45 minutes.
To commute from Bromma airport to the city center, you can take the Flygbussarna which takes around 20 minutes1.
Did you know that Stockholm is built upon numerous islands as well as the mainland of Uppland and Södermanland?
That’s why it’s often called the “Venice of the North”.
Also, did you know that Stockholm has a stunning archipelago consisting of around 30,000 islands, islets, and rocks?