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Johannesgatan 12, Stockholm, 11138, Sweden
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a flat for a week

by call_me_rhia

hello,

does anyone know how I can rent a flat for a week in stockholm, possibly in some central area?
Any help will be appreciated.

thanks
Rhia

Re: a flat for a week

by brotherleelove

http://www.vrbo.com/vacation-rentals/europe/sweden/stockholm

Re: a flat for a week

by Durfun

Wow, You'll travelled extensively, even in Europe & the Nordic regions, but never to Sweden!

Sodermalm could be a convenient spot.

Check these URLs:
http://www.holiday-velvet.com/stockholm
http://www.cocoonstockholm.com/?gclid=CNCIiK2IgqECFcOX2AodGhoPnA
http://stockholm.craigslist.se/apa/

The city is beautiful. Definitely go up Kaknas tower, east of the city.

Good luck

Re: a flat for a week

by Sjalen

This has not only B&B's but also apartments:

http://www.stockholm-bed-and-breakfast.se/english/

I hope you're not going during the royal wedding...

Re: a flat for a week

by call_me_rhia

ops... when's the royal wedding?

i was thinking of going at the beginning of August, but I'm fairly flexible and could also travel around July 20.

When's the best date???

And thank you all for the addresses.
Rhia

Re: a flat for a week

by Sjalen

Then you're safe - it's in June.

Any time in July and August are fine - July used to be the great Swedish holiday month but that's changed in the last decade as our industry has moved abroad (no need for long factory closures) and we've adapted to European holiday periods too since joining the EU...

Travel Tips for Stockholm

Winter in Stockholm

by RuudGroeneveld

The coffeeshops. I'm from The Netherlands and a coffeefreak but finally coffeeshops who sell great coffee instead of great softdrugs. The Bull and Bear Inn. You have to go there at least once when you like beers or whisky's.

Sightseeing boats

by Sjalen

Although a bit of a tourist trap (and almost embarassing to Swedes doing the tour, as we are told of Swedish succcesses and alcohol monopolies), you DO get an overview of Stockholm and if you haven't grasped it before, now is when you understand what "City on Water" means as you go through two locks (sluices) and see several islands in the city centre. If going in the late afternoon, you also realise how small a sightseeing boat is compared to a ferry bound for Finland...:-))) Being born...actually in the main southern hospital pointed out during the sightseeing tour -)))

Swedish monarchy

by tini58de

Sweden is a democracy, but has a king and a (German born) queen - our Queen Silvia! Coming from a non-monarchy country, everything concerning king and queen and princesses and princes quite fascinates me!!!

We arrived on our wedding anniversary day, which was also King Karl Gustav's 60th birthday - it must have been quite an event! Drottningholm castle was closed to the public, lots of royalty was in town, the castles, changing of the guards, pictures, crowns, flags - strange to us, but lovely to watch!

TAX-FREE. Available for non...

by CharleneP

TAX-FREE. Available for non EU citizens. Your are entitled to a refund of 15-18% when you leave the European Union territory. Ask for your receipt in the shop when you make your purchase. For more information look for the Tax-Free guide, found in shops and at the Sweden House. To see the people take care of they dogs!! (go for walks and give them alot of attention. In South Africa you see alot of animals dead in the streets, running over by cars, taxi's and busses, cause they owners don't keep them inside the yard, and that is sad!

Royal Guards

by satara

As we visited Stockholm just couple days before it's 750 Birthday celebrations, the city was getting ready for the festival - building new open air cafes and shops, places for dancing, toilets etc. The Royal Guards were practising their parade as well..:)

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