Villa Kallhagen

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Djurgardsbrunnsvagen 10, Stockholm, Stockholm, 11527, Sweden
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What is the most beautiful place to ask someone to marry you in Stockholm?

by mnl2010

Me and my boyfriend (for about 10 years now) are going to Stockholm for the weekend...

I think it is time for me to just pop the question... Does anyone have some suggestions? I want to have something romantic yet city(ish)?

Also (I know I'm demanding haha, but I've been planning this for over a year) can someone help me translate "Darling, We're going to Stockholm for a romantic weekend" or something in that manner...

Thanks in advanced!

Mike

Re: What is the most beautiful place to ask someone to marry you in Stockholm?

by mnl2010

Haha I'm dutch and that last part I could understand :D

Re: What is the most beautiful place to ask someone to marry you in Stockholm?

by marielexoteria

I'd say propose to him on the newest attraction: Skyview - http://www.globearenas.se/en/skyview.aspx. If that's not up your alleys, then do it as you walk on Strandvägen, towards the island of Djurgården, or at the island but at the side by the water.

Good luck!

Re: What is the most beautiful place to ask someone to marry you in Stockholm?

by bazsi79

Hi,

I would either propose here, on the island of Djurgarden, at Waldemarsudde:
http://picasaweb.google.com/bazsi79/Stockholm02#5410412678327886546

...or on the island of Riddarholmen, at night:
http://picasaweb.google.com/bazsi79/Stockholm02#5410413190176876482
(and some further pictures)

At least they are my favourite locations in Stockholm...

All the best for both of you! :)

Re: What is the most beautiful place to ask someone to marry you in Stockholm?

by Sjalen

The thing to say would be "Älskling, vi ska till Stockholm på en romantisk weekend".

I guess you will end up with plenty of replies, but my suggestions would be one of the following:

In Fjällgatan on Söder with views down over the city (you can see it amongst my Stockholm tips).

At the top of the City Hall tower if open yet (it should be towards May I'd say).

On a steam ship tour.

But I could also agree on parts of Djurgården such as Waldemarsudde, and on Riddarholmen, looking out towards the City Hall.

Re: What is the most beautiful place to ask someone to marry you in Stockholm?

by Joacim

Why not inside the newly renovated Stockholm Cathedral (http://www.stockholmsdomkyrkoforsamling.se/page.php?p=481)? It has been renovated due to the fact that the Crown Princess Victoria and her husband to be Daniel will be married there in June.

Travel Tips for Stockholm

Don't forget your walking shoes..

by sahlenare

Don't do like a old friend to my prince did when they were in New York.. .. Do not wear shoes that only 'looks' good... Wear comfy shoes.. so you do not need to take a cab or the subway.. Enjoy your walk in the beautiful city thats is called Stockholm I have so many..

History II

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Gustav Vasa conducted emancipating struggle against Danes and besieged Stockholm in 1523. After crowning he returned Stockholm under authority of Sweden.

Stockholm was officially declared the capital of Sweden in 1634. An active building stone construction was made in this century. The first general plan of the city building was created, palaces of the Swedish aristocracy were built.

The destructive fire destroyed a lot of buildings, including the royal palace in 1697. The city was built up anew.

KUNGLINGA SLOTTET (Royal...

by Lys-Noir

KUNGLINGA SLOTTET (Royal Palace)

Situated in the heart of Stockholm

on the central island of Riddarholmen, this baroque edifice is the official residence of the monarchs of Sweden, and the chief venue for official state events.

This view is of Sodermalm and...

by worldtrekker

This view is of Sodermalm and includes the floating boat hostel, Den Roda Baten on Soder Malarstrand. The previous picture was taken from the cliffs to the right. Here you get a better look at the 3 boat hostel/restaurant.

Museum in Stockholm... part 1

by sim1


These local customt tips will be about the museums in Stockholm. Of course it is hard to list all of them, but I think these are the most known ones, in and also around Stockholm. Did you know that Stockholm has one of the worlds greatest concentration of galleries and museums! So browse through this list and visited a few of them :-)

When you plan your trip to Stockholm be aware that most museums and attractions are closed on Mondays.

If any of the web links don't work, or info incorrect, please let me know!

Almgrens Silkweaving Mill Museum
The last silkmill in northern Europe founded in 1833 and still working
Repslagarg 15 Slussen
Tel 08-642 56 16
Opening hours: weekdays between 10.00 -16.00
Saturday and Sunday: 11.00-15.00
Guided tours: Mon, Wed, Sat, Sun at 13.00 and also Mon 18.00
Viewing in English must be booked in advance
Free entrance with Stockholm Card
Admission fee: Adult 65 SEK, viewing 65 SEK, 0-12 years: free

Arkitektmuseum (Swedish Museum of Architecture)
Skeppsholmen
Tel: +46 8 587 270 00
Getting here: Bus 65 from Centralen to the Moderna Museet/Arkitekturmuseet bus stop. Underground to Kungstädgården. Parking is allowed behind the museum.
Opening hours: Tue – Wed 10am - 8pm
Thur-Sun 10am-6pm
Free entrance!

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