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Stockholm Red Bus 24h Hop-On Hop-Off Ticket
"Your travel pass is valid for 24 hours allowing you to plan your own itinerary making the tour one of the easiest and most affordable ways to explore the city’s must-see attractions and activities at your own pace! The tour is entertaining and informative with digitally recorded commentaries The Vasa Museum City Hall Old Town Ice Bar and many many more must sees around the city.All passengers receive new earphones the first time they use their tickets."""
From EUR27.00
 
Stockholm Shore Excursion: Stockholm City Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"This Stockholm shore excursion is the perfect way to explore Sweden's capital at your leisure while your ship is in port. Choose a 24-hour ticket and customize your sightseeing itinerary to your interests and pace. Board the open-top double-decker bu and enjoy commentary as you drive through the city. The buses are equipped with retractable roofs to protect you from poor weather conditions and there is complimentary Wi-Fi on board.Visit the Vasa Museum Old Town the Royal Palace the Abba Museum City Hall
From SEK300.00
 
Experience Snow-kiting from Vasteras
"Spend your afternoon experiencing the exciting sport of snow-kiting. Learn how to snow-kite on this 3-hour tour from Vasteras. Capture the power of the wind as you skate or ski. We will take the wind to help us gain more speed by snowkiteing. We start wi""Experience the exciting outdoor sport of snow-kiting. Learn snow-kiting on this 3-hour tour from Vasteras. Glide across the snow or ice using kite-powered skates or skies.title=Highlights&1=Informative%2C+friendly+and+professional+guide&2=Small-group+tour"""Västerås Sweden"
From SEK850.00

Stromming

If you are not a fan for fish, this might put you off but I would suggest giving this a go anyhow. Stromming is a kind of local fish (don't ask me to which family type tho) - and is usually grilled...
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dmirebella
Jul 15, 2006

Go for a fika, just like the Swedes do...

In Stockholm as in every swedich town or city, there are tons of places to go for a fika at.Don't know what a fika is?"Fika" is borh a verb and a noun. The noun means roughly "coffee, or any other...
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Maline
Jun 14, 2003

Warmkorv

Everywhere in Stockholm you can find kiosks where you can buy warmkorv (hotdogs). I´m sure this is the most popular snack in Sweden of course it´s cheap and fast!It´s up to you if you like it or not...
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Vincedem
Jun 06, 2006

Don't eat before you don't know what it is

In the traditional restaurant you will not ind this dish but if you are buying food in the shop stop your hand while taking fish in the metal bins. it could be their national fish - it stinks over 50...
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Aspati
Nov 05, 2003

Swedish working people eat big...

Swedish working people eat big lunches at restaurants.Most restaurants have 'Dagens rätt', the daily lunch menu between 11 and 14. For 50 kronor (5 dollars) you get food (2 or more choises a day),...
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mirah
Aug 25, 2002

MEAL TIMES<br/>The Swedes...

MEAL TIMESThe Swedes generally eat fairly early. Restaurants start serving lunch at about 11am and some small hotels, particularly in country areas, serve the evening meal at around 6pm. Similarly,...
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Chris_Dahlia
Aug 24, 2002

Icecream lovers!

The Swedish people love icecream and consume on average 17 kilos per person per year. That is a lot! And they eat icecream, summer and winter. Café Jarntorget is supposed to offer very good icecream,...
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agustath
Apr 01, 2008

Easter Eggs filled with Chocolate

In Sweden it is a custom during Easter to fill colourful paper Easter eggs with chocolate and give to your children and loved ones. Since we were travelling in Stockholm around Easter the shops were...
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agustath
Apr 01, 2008
 
 
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Things to Do Near Stockholm

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Drottninggatan

This place looks almost like home to me, as I lived so close to it, and passed it every day. Once in the evening there was a performance, people read poems, played the guitar and sang songs. It was...
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Strindbergsmuseet - Strindberg Museum

The Swedish author August Strindberg (1849-1912) spent the last four years of his life in a building he called The Blue Tower. The reconstructed apartment, consisting of three rooms, and his library...
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Stadshuset - City Hall

The interior of Stadshuset can be visited with guided tours only. It was not on your group's schedule but I really wished to see it, so I went by myself in the last morning. Although Stadshuset is a...
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Boat Tours

There are many companies offering scenic boat trips of Stockholm,and it is interesting to see the city from a different perspective.Trips leave from stromkajen,by the grand hotel,and vary in length...
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Kungliga Myntkabinettet - Royal Coin Cabinet

The Royal Coin Cabinet is a museum located in Stockholm’s Old Town, across from the Royal Palace. It presents an interesting look at the history of currency and other forms of payment in Sweden and...
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Skeppsholmen

The Skeppsholm Church is named after its' locatioin, the islet of Skeppsholmskyrkan in central Stockholm. It was built between 1823-1849 and inaugurated by King Charles XIV John. The Church...
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