The square in the center of Stockholm hosts many different places to go at night. You may see lines in front of clubs(not all of them), many stylish people also. Well I can't say it is cheap..For a detailed dress code in Stockholm try this: http://www.askyourtravel.com/Answers.aspx?qid=66&city=Stockholm very helpful site.
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Avoid going to anywhere in this awful city. Well avoid the whole country if you can!
Sweden is probably the anus of the world.
The people are total assh@%es!
Especially the radical females, vegans and Swedish for immogrants teachers.
Met a few and they were horrible, god I remember taking the mickey out of their sort at school.
Swedes are sticklers for law and everything must be done properly! Otherwise they'll send you to a Swedish for immigrants course with them.
In my home town in Manitoba we had a few Swedes and they were awful.
It's as if the whole nation are some kind of police!
The bars are full of wanna be's.
Dress Code: Expensive designer clothes!
There are many places where you need to dress to impress. Covers can be expensive and beer are costly, to prevent alcoholism and such. 5 euros a beer! But they are happening spots! look at the club lights at Sturecompagniet in the photo! music was great and swedish girls scantily dancing is always welcome ;) Watch out though, in europe perhaps, the gay scene is more common and even in the bar we went to, a gay man was shaking his stuff hardcore all night up on stage. what do you think of that??
The Street which lead up to Spy Bar is fantastic! Glamorous girls walk up and down this place, while our gang got rejected from Spy Bar on account of the sneakers. :( No problem though, since we headed to TGIFs, which had a great bar! and a great crowd.
stockholm has a great nightlife, but expensive....
Around this 'downtown' spot you will find the trendier Stockholm bars such as Spy Bar, Sturecompagniet and several others. Many are frequented by the princesses royal so the prices and dress codes are accordingly. Many bouncers and not my favourite area for a good night out but some love it...
Dress Code: Well, you could meet a princess...
Sturehof is an expansive establishment with several different rooms each with its own "feel" and particular clientele. There's a restaurant with a tony atmosphere up front, then a cozy cocktail bar which feels more like an intimate lounge, and finally a dark and pseudo-grungy backroom that could pass as a dive bar in a decaying rust belt city. This is a good place to get a sense of a wide cross-section of Stockholm tastes and styles.
Dress Code: It definitely feels like a classic "after work" bar - when I was there were a lot of suits and sets there. There were also some people with completely different togs: those who seemed to be warming up for a long night on the town. I guess this is part of the trendy Stockholm I've heard much about.
Very trendy club on Stureplan, full of wannebes but if your a foriegner and splash a wee bit cash they presume your famous!
Had a good time, waz open til 5am
Spirits worked out about £8 a hit so beware, entrance fee is the same
Dress Code: Dress to impress, or in my case, dont
Try the bars and discos around Sture Plan, Sture Kompaniet is a good one, so is Laroy.
Spy Bar is where the celebreties go (eh, at least the soap opera celebrities :)
Dress Code: People are usually quite dressed up when going out and they won't let you in in runners. Something I guess foreigners find a bit annoying is the strict age limits at Swedish pubs and clubs, which differs, some places have 18 for both male and female, others have 20 and other 20 for females, 23 for males. It also differs depending on what day you go out, it's usually 18 on Fridays and 20 on Saturdays.
Every place around Stureplan or the cozy pubs at Södermalm!!! Actually there's a lot to choose between, if you know where to go.
A real crazy nightlife if you go to Stureplan's clubs or a more 'cool and relaxed' nightlife if you go to a pub at Södermalm.
Dress Code: As you feel! But prepare to dress up.. Many clubs/discos has different age limits för men and women.. For example Her: 21 Him: 25. It's easier to get in if you are well dressed and preferbly not too drunk yet..
Laid back but stylish bar with a dancefloor upstairs. Door policy varies between friendly to ignorant in a random manner. Just get there before 9pm. Relatively easy to meet people, especially on the top floor but the dancefloor is way too small. Closes at 2am.
Around Stureplan and Slussen. There is one street here packed with pubs and restaurants and beautiful people. It has a great atmosphere in the summer months even midweek.
Dress Code: You probably have a better chance if you are well dressed beacause everyone else seems to be!
Both clubs have great music and interesting regulars. Sturekompaniet's premises are outstanding! But be aware that the beer's quite expensive...
Dress Code: Swedes in general dress very neat and sober. No Hawaii-shirts or disturbing patterns. A classical but modern city-look is the closest I can get to describing it.
Very nice small restaurant-bar with good public
Dress Code: you could go there in sneakers, but than you have to have a good shirt and jacket
These are some clubs where you could go:
1) Trendy Club
3) Spy Bar (no sportswear, guest list)
Dress Code: Dress to Impress
I think it is the best disco of Stockholm. Good Music and good sexy singles girls make it the best ;-)
Dress Code: No jeans rule is applied.
Surely the most 'jet-set' disco(after CAFE OPERA) of Stockholm! Nice deco, Extremely organized, with many small floors and good music!
Don't miss it!