Nightclubs and bars in Sweden

  • Vasastan
    by snapey
  • Nightlife
    by Dizzyhead
  • Nightlife
    by Dizzyhead

Most Viewed Nightlife in Sweden

  • hopang's Profile Photo

    Parksnäckan, Uppsala: Concert and entertainment

    by hopang Updated Sep 16, 2009

    4.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Parksnäckan is an open-air theater and concert hall located inside Stadsträdgården (City Park) on the west bank of Fyris River. The entertainment at Parksnäckan is usually held during the summer months between May and September each year. It is one of the most popular night spots in the city of Uppsala. Entertainments are not held every night at Parksnäckan. Please visit the website below for more information regarding entertainment at Parksnäckan when you visit the city of Uppsala on your vacation especially during the summer months.

    Parksn��ckan Kevin Borg entertains at Parksn��ckan Another image of Kevin Borg
    Related to:
    • Family Travel
    • Theater Travel
    • Music

    Was this review helpful?

  • hopang's Profile Photo

    Cultural Nite, Uppsala: Autumn Serenade in Uppsala

    by hopang Updated May 9, 2009

    4.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    If you visit Uppsala in the middle of September, there is a chance that you may witness the hosting of the Cultural Nite (Kulturnatten in Swedish) in the city of Uppsala. The night promises to be a colourful cultural activity with lots of songs and dances. You may even visit most of the museums in Uppsala free-of-charge on this particular night. It is held at the venue along the banks of Fyris River right in the heart of the city of Uppsala.

    The Cultural Night in Uppsala for the year 2009 will be held on 12th September, 2009 (Saturday). For further information regarding the Cultural Night on 12th September, 2009, you can contact Sofie Blomgren tel: 018-727 86 62 or e-mail to: info@uppsalatourism.se

    Cultural Nite in 2008 in Uppsala Cultural Nite in Uppsala More entertainment Choir at Cultural Nite Some exhibition at Cultural Nite
    Related to:
    • Festivals
    • Music
    • Family Travel

    Was this review helpful?

  • hopang's Profile Photo

    Gröna Lund Tivoli, Stockholm: An amusement park

    by hopang Updated Apr 1, 2009

    4.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Gröna Lund Tivoli is located on the island of Djurgården in Central Stockholm. It is the oldest amusement park in Sweden. Gröna Lund was founded in the late 19th century. It is quite a small amusement park compared to those of the other amusement parks in the region such as the Tivoli in Copenhagen or the Liseberg in Göteborg.

    Nevertheless Gröna Lund Tivoli has more than 30 exciting rides and attractions including five roller coasters such as Insane, Catapult and Jetline, haunted house, a funhouse and Free Fall Tilt which is the tallest in Europe with a total height of 80 meters. The view from the top of the tilt is breath-taking and spectacular, it has to be said.

    Concerts by local and international artists are held during the summer months in the park. For those who are hungry and thirsty, there are plenty of eateries in the park to chill out. Gröna Lund Tivoli is opened from April to September each year. The opening hours are between 11.00 a.m. and 11.00 p.m. daily in July and August. Free admission to Gröna Lund if you purchase Stockholm Card.

    Gr��na Lund, Stockholm Gr��na Lund, Stockholm Gr��na Lund, Stockholm Gr��na Lund, Stockholm Gr��na Lund, Stockholm
    Related to:
    • Family Travel
    • Theme Park Trips

    Was this review helpful?

  • hopang's Profile Photo

    Liseberg, Gothenburg: Amusement park

    by hopang Updated Feb 11, 2009

    4.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Liseberg is an amusement park located right in the heart of Gothenburg. It is one of the largest amusement parks in Scandinavian countries. It is also one of the most visited amusement parks in Sweden attracting some three million visitors each year. It was officially opened to the public in 1923. It covers a total area of approximately 260 acres.

    There are approximately 35 classic rides including the popular Balder wooden roller coaster. Water and thrill rides are also available for both young and old, big or small. Other popular attractions in the park are Ferris Wheel, Jukebox, House of Mirrors, bumper cars and Liseberg Tower. It opens daily from 3.00 p.m. to 11.00 p.m. during summer months. Visit Liseberg Amusement Park and your evening will be taken care of!

    Liseberg Amusement Park
    Related to:
    • Family Travel
    • Theme Park Trips

    Was this review helpful?

  • hopang's Profile Photo

    Casino Cosmopol: Casino visit

    by hopang Updated Dec 28, 2008

    4.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Casino Cosmopol is the largest casino in Stockholm. In fact it is a chain of four casinos (by far the largest) in Sweden. It has several classic table games for the pleasure of the gamblers beside the numerous slot machines which are very popular to the local and foreign tourists. They are spread over three floors. A bar cum restaurant is located on the first floor of the casino. However small entrance fees of 25 kromor for adults are charged for entering the casino.

    Casino Cosmopol in Stockholm is one of the most beautiful casinos we have ever seen in Europe. As in many other casinos throughout the world, cameras and video recording are not allowed in the casino.

    Dress Code: No proper dress is required. Decent clothing is necessary.

    Related to:
    • Casino and Gambling

    Was this review helpful?

  • Sjalen's Profile Photo

    various: Gay Sweden

    by Sjalen Written Oct 25, 2006

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Questions on gay venues in Sweden are quite common on VT so despite not being gay myself, here is an attempt at a tip. The main cities obviously have most things going on, but even smaller towns might surprise you. Have a look at the link below for the dates of your visit.

    Patricia - a Stockholm gay favourite
    Related to:
    • Gay and Lesbian
    • Singles
    • Music

    Was this review helpful?

  • Sjalen's Profile Photo

    various: Seaside summer hubs

    by Sjalen Updated Jun 19, 2006

    3 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Sweden undergoes a transformation summertime when people get into full party swing after the long winter. Little pretty coastal towns are often the scenes for all the fun:

    Pretty Båstad is a town in the south west, known for its Swedish Open tennis in July. This means nightlife here is full of Stockholmers and prices are therefore higher than many other places.

    The Gem of the Baltic is Visby on the island of Gotland, where Snäck and other "institutions" keep you busy through the night. Again, the whole of Gotland is more expensive than average in summer due to Stockholm holiday makers but great fun.

    The island of Öland with its nightlife capital Borgholm is another definate party hub in the south.

    Halmstad is another summer favourite on the southern west coast. It has a long, sandy beach where a lot goes on, and Roxette front figure Per Gessle having his own hotel there doesn't make it any more quiet.

    Smögen, further north on the west coast, reachable from Gothenburg, is a quiet village in winter but explodes with holiday makers in summer. Whether you've got your own boat or not, this is the party place amongst the rocky cliffs of Bohuslän.

    A bit more quiet than the above but a great summer town, Västervik on the east coast is a place with more restaurants than most Swedish towns during high season. Famous for its Song Festival in July, it also has other events to keep you busy when you're not sunbathing.

    Way up north, Piteå is where people gather. The Gulf of Bothnia is warm here and the long, sandy beach with many sun hours draws not just hoardes of Norwegian campers but also people who just want to have fun and party.

    These are the most famous summer towns, but I could also mention towns like Varberg, Karlskrona and Luleå as places living up considerably in summer. I also have to mention the west coast yachting hub of Marstrand and the east coast equivalent Sandhamn outside Stockholm.

    Related to:
    • Music
    • Festivals
    • Singles

    Was this review helpful?

  • Sjalen's Profile Photo

    The big three

    by Sjalen Updated Jun 19, 2006

    1.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Stockholm, Göteborg (Gothenburg) and Malmö all have great nightlife all year round and cater for all tastes as do most cities of decent size or with a university (Lund, Uppsala, Umeå, Sundsvall...). See my respective pages for more detailed info.

    Related to:
    • Study Abroad
    • Singles
    • Music

    Was this review helpful?

  • sim1's Profile Photo

    The midnight sun

    by sim1 Updated Jan 8, 2005

    4 out of 5 starsHelpfulness


    The midnight sun, something I would love to see. Maybe some day I will, but this is the closest I have gotten so far.

    Because Sweden is so far north, the sun stays up for a long long time in the summer. A strange experience when you are not used to that. The days are extremely long, and I got confused when I just arrived in Sweden, if I was looking at the sunset, or if it was already time for the sunrise. If you get to the Polar Circle you will be able to see the midnight sun. But this picture was taken close to Sälen, in the middle of Sweden. You'll need to go up far more norh to be able to see the midnight sun.

    This picture was taken while we were on a hiking trip in the fjällen (mountain area) of Sweden. I couldn't resist to get up around 2 in the morning when I noticed the beautiful sunrise. Amazing light, hahahaha, bitterly cold, but sooo wonderful! The day doesn't seem to want to decide yet if it is day or night, but the sun doesn't care, it just slowly creeps up above the horizon: day it is, and day it is going to be.... even if it still felt like in the middle of the night for me.

    Sunrise early in the morning on the fj��llen

    Was this review helpful?

  • Maline's Profile Photo

    It's partey time baby

    by Maline Written Oct 28, 2004

    3.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Like other Scandinavians (to add to your prejudice) Swedes do know how to party. I mean, we know how to drink a lot of booze. Yep, if you are from a country where alcohol is consumed in modesty or not at all, you will get a different perspective here.

    You have a choice of spots if you want to go out partying. There are pubs, bars, discos and clubs. Generally the dress code is very relaxed, jeans should be ok, exept for a few really happening places in the big cities, mainly Stockholm.
    The most common drink is beer , order a "stor stark" and you'll get 40-50 centilitres of draft beer.
    Other drinks are cocktails, shots, wine and cider. Cider comes in a great variety most resembling alco pops.

    Was this review helpful?

  • huggy93's Profile Photo

    Nina: Livin La Vida Loca - Goteborg ROCKS!!!

    by huggy93 Written Sep 11, 2004

    The best place that we went clubbing was a club/bar called Ninas and this place was banging. It was such a laugh wuth very friendly people and we really were Livin La Vida, there!!

    Dress Code: The dress code that we found in Goteborg was smart casual with no trainers, no sports wear and for male, trousers and shoes, for females, generally smart dress.

    Be warned, you may be refused entry into clubs if you don't dress smartly!!

    Be prepared to leave your jackets etc. in the cloakroom. This is a must!

    Was this review helpful?

  • djers64's Profile Photo

    Dubliner southside: Friendly beers

    by djers64 Updated Aug 1, 2004

    Typical irish pub divided in two parts : one for lunch and dinner, the other for drinks, closer to the bar. One other room downstairs.
    Possible to drink outside in a terrace
    Live music everynight
    very kind and welcoming service
    lively place where it seems to be easy to meet people and discuss

    Dress Code: nothing special

    Dubliner southside

    Was this review helpful?

  • Leipzig's Profile Photo

    Hiking in the late evening

    by Leipzig Updated Nov 6, 2003

    1.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Hiking in the late evening and watching/ listening the natural nightlife. In Scandinavia the sun is shining between 19 - 24 hours/day in the summer, except it is mostly cloudy.
    This photo was taken after 10pm.

    Was this review helpful?

  • antsp's Profile Photo

    Blue Moon: Blue Moon

    by antsp Updated Aug 11, 2003

    Blue Moon is the best club in Stockholm by a long way. You can eat beforehand whilst listening to the live band. Then the place turns into a club with three dance floors all with different music. Good mix of friendly people.

    To get easy entry into this place or any other club it is advisable to get the reception at the hotel you are staying at to phone ahead and do it on your behalf.

    Dress Code: Smart casual dress, no trainers, jeans permitted.

    Related to:
    • School Holidays
    • Singles
    • Business Travel

    Was this review helpful?

  • G.D.'s Profile Photo

    night life in Sweden

    by G.D. Written Jul 25, 2003

    just sit near the water side and enjoy the wonderful colours of the sky in the evening (or early in the morning).
    Enjoy the silence and peace around the wonderful lakes.

    Dress Code: Hopefully summer clothes. And it's not a bad idea, to keep the musquito milk right next to you...

    Related to:
    • Fishing
    • Kayaking
    • Camping

    Was this review helpful?

Sweden Hotels

See all 1113 Hotels in Sweden

Top Sweden Hotels

Stockholm Hotels
4088 Reviews - 10136 Photos
Örebro Hotels
78 Reviews - 206 Photos
Malmö Hotels
455 Reviews - 989 Photos
Kiruna Hotels
180 Reviews - 365 Photos
Göteborg Hotels
917 Reviews - 1816 Photos
Ystad Hotels
33 Reviews - 92 Photos
Helsingborg Hotels
116 Reviews - 245 Photos
Kalmar Hotels
38 Reviews - 114 Photos
Visby Hotels
146 Reviews - 374 Photos
Uppsala Hotels
341 Reviews - 927 Photos
Strömstad Hotels
30 Reviews - 81 Photos
Luleå Hotels
49 Reviews - 136 Photos
Karlstad Hotels
130 Reviews - 181 Photos
Gävle Hotels
53 Reviews - 94 Photos
Eskilstuna Hotels
267 Reviews - 2150 Photos

Instant Answers: Sweden

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

86 travelers online now

Comments

Sweden Nightlife

Reviews and photos of Sweden nightlife posted by real travelers and locals. The best tips for Sweden sightseeing.
Map of Sweden