August Strindberg Hotell

Tegnergatan 38, Stockholm, 113 59, Sweden
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firs time traveling

by vansuam

hi people im traveling alone throught the nordic countries still working on the itinerary but i was wonderign if there's a group kind of travel to meet new people and go nightclubbing and during the day know the cities like a type of grouppacking im not sure if anyone understands this but id love to know.. my plans are going to at least these countries
sweden norway denmark and maybe iceland and finland please ive never traveled alone before so need help:D and my friends wont do it with me since they cant afford it

Re: firs time traveling

by marielexoteria

I can help you out with specifics, such as public transportation, where to go, etc. tips. Not so much on partying and nightclubbing as I don't really know many discos (but I know some bars).

Y por si acaso, soy hispanohablante.

Re: firs time traveling

by xymmot

you look young and there are tour companies that travel thoughout Europe for students that just gradulated and taking time off ( 1,2,3 months) before they find work. They travel in groups on tour buses to different areas through out Europe. I met some students a while back on these tours and they were just having a blast and meeting many new friends traveling on a set cost. I joined them on some adventures and night life. I will try to look it up for you, but I know they exist.

Re: firs time traveling

by marielexoteria

That's a great idea. Maybe look into Kilroy Travel or STA? Those agencies have offices in Sweden and promote budget traveling for students, maybe there's an equivalent or one of their offices in your country.

Re: firs time traveling

by Indina_M


I am going to be in Stockholm first week of August for a conference, however I am going to extend my stay to the weekend, and would like to meet a travel buddy for sightseeing, and bars. Ia m 28years old female from London.

Ciaooo : )


Re: firs time traveling

by marielexoteria

Hello Sarya,

Why don't you post a meet on the Meetings section: and maybe some others can join you.

Hope it helps.

Travel Tips for Stockholm

out of words ...

by Lucky79

It is both informative and good fun to see a city from on high. Stockholm offers a variety of superb views.
There are many choices of sights and Stockholm caters for every travellers need. From museums, fantastic architecture to old traditions, no matter what one is searching for Stockholm has it. THE CULTURAL CAPITAL OF THE WORLD 1998. The first Jew permitted to settle permanently in Sweden was Aaron Isaac, a merchant from Germany. He came to Stockholm with his family in 1774, accompanied by ten fellow Jews who also brought their families.
As the Jews of Sweden were emancipated in 1870 their number had increased to 3000 through natural increase and new immigration. Communities were founded in Gothenburg, Malmö and in several other towns around the country.
While immigration at the beginning of the 20th century consisted mainly of individuals or single families, persecution in Russia forced large numbers of Jews into exile. Several thousand came to Sweden between the Kishinev massacre and the end of World War I. Many returned "home" after the Russian Revolution in 1917.

Important if you visit Skansen AND Biology Museum

by wadekorzan

If you want to visit both Skansen Open Air Museum AND the Biology Museum, then your entrance to the Biology Museum is included with the entrance of your Skansen ticket. HOWEVER, you MUST visit the Biology Museum FIRST!

Inside the Biology Museum (located next to Skansen in the Royal Garden), there are different collections of stuffed wildlife--higharctic wildlife and Swedish wildlife. Perhaps most interesting is the building itself, because it looks more like a Norwegian church than a museum.

Museum is open from 10 AM - 3 PM April-September.

Are all Swedish people really blonde?

by Arial_27

A lot of people tell me I look Swedish because I'm blonde. I think Swedish people, or maybe just Nordic people in general are commonly known as being blonde and its true that quite a few people there are. I read somewhere that only about 50% of Sweden's 9 million population are naturally blonde.

1754 The present Royal Palace

by sim1

The history of Stockholm
1754 The present Royal Palace

The present palace was built 1690-1708 and 1727-1754 . The pause in early 18th century was due to expensive wars of king Karl XII. Part of the "new" castle started to be built before the accidental burning down of the former castle "Tre Kronor" (see above). The walls of the "new" north wing survived the fire of 1697.

The new palace, also constructed with plans made by architect Nicodemus Tessin, has 1 more room than Buckingham Palace, lol, an "important" fact that is told when you are going on the guided tour through the palace ;-) The palace is still in use by the Royal family (but more like an office than living quarters; the Royal "home" is at Drottningholm). Large parts of the palace is open to the public like the "Bernadotte suite", the "Treasury", the "Castle Church", the "Gustav III antique-museum" etc. My best memories are of the room "Festvåningen", it is really beautiful! It is the largest room in the palace and I liked it so much because of its exquisite furniture and wall decorations.

Don't forget to visit the museum "Tre Kronor" situated under the present castle, (entrance from Lejonbacken) which as the name implies shows reminisces of the former castle "Tre Kronor"


by eden_teuling

Picture a bar, where everything including the drinking glasses is made of pure, translucent ice from the TOME river in LAPLAND, and where the temperature is below freezing year round.

Sounds like a dream?

In Stockholm the dream becomes reality if you visit what is literally the world's coolest bar : Icebar at the Nordic Sea Hotel. This is a place where you can experience the bitter cold of the North in the middle of the summer.
The walls in the Icebar are made of thick blocks of ice, as is the bar counter and the art works that decorate the bar. Visitors can come as they are, even in summerclothes .
A warm poncho, gloves and shoes are provided.

And you really need these since the temperature in the Ice bar never goes higher than -6C.
Cool off on a hot summerday at the Ice bar located onVasaplan in central Stockholm near the Central Station.

The ice bar is open Mon-Sat 3PM to midnight , on Sundays 3-9 PM


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Address: Tegnergatan 38, Stockholm, 113 59, Sweden