Eskilstuna is a very nice city to walk around in during the evening. The main building that is in the spotlights is the Kloster Church. I really love they light it up. It's great to see the reflection of the church in the calm waters of the river Eskilstunaån.
This is a picture of the Celsingska magasinet in the evening. It is also located on the Eskilstunaån river. As you maybe can see in the photo it is almost Christmas time. All the windows are lite up with candles, with makes it look so much more picturesque. The water of the Eskilstunaån is often very calm which makes it ideal to take reflection photos like this one.
The Celsingska magasinet is from 1868.
This is the Christmas tree next to the Celsingska Magasin. At Christmas everything is being decorated and lit up in Sweden, and of course there are plenty of Christmas trees everywhere. This is not the 'big' Christmas tree in Eskilstuna, but it sure looks nice with its reflecting in the river.
nybron is a nice and trendy place to visit during the summer. It is very nice to sit outside and drink a glas of wine or a really cold beer, or why not a strong cocktail.
Dress Code: Not casual. Here people want to show other people that they are here. Dress very nice and trendy. You need some attitude to go here.
I like this place when you want to sit in a quiet place and drink some beers or wine. You can relax here and the bartendes have very good knowledge about drinks, beers and other alcoholic beverages here. Just ask them foor good advises.
The pizzas here are very delicious too. All my friends are very satisfied with them. Me too.
Dress Code: Many maybe dress up a little, but it doesnt matter if you come in casual clothes. Especially during the summer it is NOT like that.
Well, I usually go to this place when there is a good football game I want to see. I usually eat a plate with hamburgers and drink some beers. They have a blake jack here at the weekend and also a small casino. Many people like to go here in the weekend and drink beer. It doesnt have any dance floor. So no dancing here.
Dress Code: Casual. Dont worry abt your clothes! They let everyone in here, if you arent too drunk!
Well, on Thursday they have karoke, but I have never seen many people here. You can also watch sports and eat very cheap tacos and meat here. The beer is very cheap here to be a bar in Sweden. They serve also tacobuffé and it is not the best, but for the price it is all right.
Dress Code: Casual. You dont need to dress up here at all.
I guess this place is the best to visit if you are above 25 years. They have different dance floors and also live music. You can eat here and they have a very big backyard where you can sit during the summer and drink beer, especially if it is a good sports event like World Cup in football. Then i promise you a lot of party....
Dress Code: Casualbut not sneakers.
This is not apopular bar at all, but you can go here if you want to have a meal for not so much money and grab some beers. It is not aplace you bring a date, but if you just want to drink some cheaper beers with some old friends.
Dress Code: No special clothes here. Dont panic if you havent dressed up!!!
You have to be a memeber to drink beer here if you dont know anyone. But you can also buy a beer guiding here for your friends or give it away as a birthday gift. Then you are allowed to come here and Eskilstuna Ölkultur gives you a beer guide and let you tatse different kind of beers. Your own requests will be the most important. They make the deal after your wishes.
Dress Code: Casual.
I have never been here, and I will probably NOT go here at all. I dont find this place attractive at all and the guests arent any I want to hang around.
Dress Code: No dress code at all here! You wear what you want, they just want you to get drunk and sell more beers to you
I just read in our local newspaper at the net that some people will start a gay club in my city Eskilstuna, and they begin from 10th June 2011. So, if you want to visit a new club in Eskilstuna, I guess you are welcome there.
Now, beginning of 2012 there is the only night club for older people to visit. But the audiesnce here is very young , but what can you do if you want to go out and dance. Then you have to go here.
Dress Code: The dress code is the same all over other night clubs in smaller cities. You can enter with jeans, but I am not sure about sneakers.
Dancing floor, bars and music. Usually live bands in the weekends.
This night club has changed owner, and has another name today.
Dress Code: Everything, but I think the bouncers prefer a proper style.
If you go from my city Eskilstuna on a Friday you are back to the Saturday night life.
Dress Code: What you want...