the heron city leisure and entertainment complex in Kungens Kurva gathers under its roof a world of enjoyment. cinemas, restaurants, shops , gyms, flight simulators and bowling alleys. right next door is the world biggest IKEA.
T-bana: sk?rholmen, then buss 710,707,173,740,737
for two stops, you will see it.
You can buy something traditional Swedish in GAMLA STAN.
Most shops and department stores are open Monday to Friday between 9:30 am and 6:00 pm .They close earlier on Suturday and Sunday afternoons( I thing that they work between 10am and 5pm)
Clothes are very nice in Scandinavia .You can find at very good prices at clothes shops such as H & M , KappAhl ,Lindex ,Indiska , Bennetton and others.
If outside the stores there is a sign that says “REA” then you are very lucky!
You can find clothes in half price or less!
FUN SHOPPING: on Götgatan close to Slussen, Södermalm.
FUN GALLERIES: on Hornsgatan close to Slussen, Södermalm.
FUN IN THE SUN: Rålambshovsparken on a sunny day. Bring a blanket, picnic and sunglasses and become part of Stockholm! Nearby there is also a small beach that is usually pretty crowded in the summer.
FUN IN THE SNOW: If it's cold and you see people on the ice, join them! It's fun to see the city from the water.
FUN IN THE WATER: You can rent kayaks at several places in Stockholm. Sweden House opposite department store NK will probably know. I think there is one on Kungsholmen, at the Rålambshovspaken park and one in Alvik (a few subwaystations west).
I was touched and nicely surprised to see books about my country of origin. It is however quite understandable, since half of our resorts are full of Scandinavians in summer.