Hotell Norrtull

St Eriksgatan 119, Stockholm, Stockholm, 113 43, Sweden
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Nicest park in town

by daaaniel

Hagaparken is a park English inspired park just outside downtown Stockholm. The Swedish King Gustav the third built the park at the end of the 18th century.

Catch a bus to Norrtull and explore the park by foot. There's a garden café in the middle of the park where you can have your coffee and watch people as they pass by.

Then, check out the pavillions, the marvellous eco temple and the small China temple. Bring a picnic if you visit during summer time.

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travelling alone for new year

by Monnix

I am looking to spend new year in stockholm. I will be travelling on my one, so please tell what fun places I should go to where I can make new friends and have a fun time for new year in sweden.

Re: travelling alone for new year

by penny_g

Stockholm is a good choice for New Year's Eve, I think. Just be prepared that it might be cold, as it is a Northern city.

I found this nice offer online:
http://beta.stockholmtown.com/en/s/accommodation/SupplierPackageCategoryDetails?packageLightCategoryId=927

Have a look here, too:
http://www.thesnowball.se/

You must be prepared that Stockholm is expensive. Anyway, you may make friends at hostels, since they are prefered by young people, who want to have fun. And on the mere New Year's Eve you may want to go out to celebrate outside. Options are here:
http://goscandinavia.about.com/od/annualeventsinsweden/qt/newyearevestock.htm

Best regards,
Penny_G

Re: travelling alone for new year

by penny_g

Stockholm is a good choice for New Year's Eve, I think. Just be prepared that it might be cold, as it is a Northern city.

I found this nice offer online:
http://beta.stockholmtown.com/en/s/accommodation/SupplierPackageCategoryDetails?packageLightCategoryId=927

Have a look here, too:
http://www.thesnowball.se/

You must be prepared that Stockholm is expensive. Anyway, you may make friends at hostels, since they are prefered by young people, who want to have fun. And on the mere New Year's Eve you may want to go out to celebrate outside. Options are here:
http://goscandinavia.about.com/od/annualeventsinsweden/qt/newyearevestock.htm

Best regards,
Penny_G

Re: travelling alone for new year

by Sjalen

Stockholm is not more expensive than a whole bunch of other European cities these days since we have escaped the price raises which happened in the Euro zone. Still, it is expensive by Swedish standards and alcohol is still expensive due to the high taxation on it.

I would say Stockholm is the best place for New Year because it is so scenic with fireworks by all the water. The same goes for Gothenburg which is a harbour city where the ships are always noisy at midnight and you can see the fireworks along the river. If you stay in a hostel I guess you will meet a lot of people also looking for fun.

There are also places in the Swedish countryside such as mountain stations which are open for New Year. We spent a New Year in Abisko National Park once for instance which was nice, with skiing during the short days and watching the Northern lights at night.

Re: travelling alone for new year

by goranandersson

Check this guide out for a great stay in Stockholm.

www.stockholmnightlife.se

Travel Tips for Stockholm

Not spent too many Kronor.
If...

by budapest8

Not spent too many Kronor.
If you like beer then try the 'happy hours' in bars as it's way cheaper.If the Hennes & Mauritz sales are on then BUY!BUY!BUY! as you can find some real bargains. Having a gallery on Södermalm back in 1985.
Renting the Van der Nootska Palace for my birtday.
Staying out on Runmarö Island one Summer.
Organising the first wharehouse parties in an old car factory out at Nacka in 1988.

My worst football related moment in Stockholm

by Calcio

Hammarby-IFK Göteborg 1998. It was the second awaytrip of the season, and a real game between the two sets of supporters. We had been preparing ourselves for this game the whole winter, took the lead early thanks to Andreas Hermansson, and then play great football the rest of the first half. In the second Hammarby came back, but we were closer to score, and had done that if a stupid Hammarby-supporter had whistled so that everyone thought that the referee had stop the play.
In injurytime, in the 94th minute, Hammarby equalized, and we use to say that if Hammarby hadn’t scored then we would still be there, watching the game… Stockholm-teams always have some advantages, this time it was so many extra-minutes that it wasn’t even possible…

Again the museums cost money

by MalenaN

From January 2005 and for two years on many of the museums in Stockholm were free to enter and visitor numbers increased a lot. But unfortunately the new government decided they were not going to be free anymore so since January 2007 there is an entrance fee (how much you can see on the museums webpages - until I have put the prices here). I do hope they will be free of charge again!

Museum of National Antiquities (Historiska museet)

The Royal Coin Cabinet (Kungliga Myntkabinettet), www.myntkabinettet.se

Museum of Mediterranean and Near East Antiquities (Medelhavsmuseet), www.medelhavsmuseet.se

National Museum of Ethnography (Etnografiska museet), www.etnografiska.se

Royal Armory (Livrustkammaren), www.livrustkammaren.se

Hallwyl Palace ( Hallwylska museet) Free admission to the state apartment; guided tour is not included, www.hallwylskamuseet.se

National Maritime Museum (Sjöhistoriska museet)

Stockholm Music Museum (Musikmuseet)

Royal Army Museum (Armémuseum), www.armemuseum.se

National Museum (Nationalmuseum)

Natural History Museum (Naturhistoriska riksmuseet)

The National Museum of Cultural History (Nordiska museet)

Skokloster Castle (Skoklosters slott), castle situated north of Stockholm

Museum of Modern Art (Moderna museet), www.modernamuseet.se

Museum of Architecture (Arkitektur museet), www.arkitekturmuseet.se

Museum of Far East Antiquities (Östasiatiska museet), www.ostasiatiska.se

Funny names (when translated from other languages)

by marielexoteria

Being a trilingual person (Spanish, Swedish and English) who loves languages, I can't help but look at the billboards, bus stops, etc on my way to [insert place name here]. The funniest one I've seen is Tumba, which is a suburb south of Södermalm. You see, the thing is that tumba is the Spanish word for grave. No wonder the commuter trains having Tumba as their final destination are always empty compared to the other southbound trains....it's just that nobody wants to go there :D

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Address: St Eriksgatan 119, Stockholm, Stockholm, 113 43, Sweden