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Stockholm

Stockholm

Visit Stockholm the capital city of Sweden and the official residence of the current Swedish monarch. If it's museums you are after, then Stockholm is the right place for you with over 100 museums alone in the city centre. The most famous of these is Nationalmuseum which hosts a collection of over 16,000 paintings and 30,000 handcraft objects! If you enjoy the outdoors then why not try the island-hoping boat trip between the 14 islands in the archipelago which makes up Stockholm, or discover the beautiful islands at your own pace in a kayak. As the city is built on water there are many opportunities to relax in nature. You can also indulge in a famous Swedish massage if you want a more relaxing break. So why not fly with Austrian Airlines today and visit the majestic town of Stockholm!

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Airbus 320

Airbus 320 side view Airbus 320 seats
Type of aircraftShort- & medium-haul passenger aircraft
ManufacturerAirbus Industrie, France
Names - Austrian Airlines paintingOE-LBI/Marchfeld, OE-LBJ/Hohe Tauern, OE-LBK/Steirisches Thermenland, OE-LBN/Osttirol, OE-LBO/Pyhrn-Eisenwurzen, OE-LBP/Neusiedlersee (Retro-look painting), OE-LBQ/Wienerwald, OE-LBR/Bregenzer Wald, OE-LBS/Waldviertel, OE-LBT/Wörthersee, OE-LBU/Mühlviertel, OE-LBV/Weinviertel, OE-LBW/Innviertel, OE-LBX/Mostviertel (Star Alliance painting)
Number of aircraft16
Seating capacity168 C/Y (variable)
Min. Legroom30"=76.2cm
Wing span34,1 m
Length37,6 m
Height11,8 m
Max. cruising speed980 km/h
Max. cruising altitude11,920 m
Type of engineCFM International, CFM 56-5B4/2P
Max. thrust2 x 27,000 lbs
Fuel capacity19,100 kg
Max. range fully payload4,300 km
Max. payload16,790 kg
Max. take-off-weight75,900 kg / 77,000 kg
Max. landing weight64,500 kg

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SIGHTS in Stockholm

Sights in Stockholm
Nobel Price

Pure dynamite: Nobel may have invented the explosive, but today, it is all about the Nobel Peace Prize. This may sound a little absurd until you look at the former recipients, Barrack Obama in 2009, Al Gore, Nelson Mandela and the Dalai Lama.   The other categories are interesting too. Physics (Albert Einstein, Max Planck, Erwin Schrödinger), literature (Thomas Mann, Heinrich Böll, Jean-Paul Sartre - and last but not least Elfriede Jelinek), chemistry (Marie Curie) and economics and medicine. Enough namedropping - the big event takes place annually on the 10th of December but don't count on an invite.   Not that it matters really when you can join the science groupies outside the concert hall and get a glimpse of those celebrities that are about to make history.

Rådhuset Museum

Please come in! Right beneath the district offices of Stockholm, one of Europe's largest museums presents itself to the green-minded tube train driver with more than one hundred impressive art works - it's certainly the largest subterranean museum of the world.   The idea behind it: Stockholm's Schalter & Walter wanted to make art accessible to the city's inhabitants. Consequently, the walls of the most important junctions (T-Centralen) in the Stockholm subway system - which was built in 1950 - were embellished with mosaics and reliefs.   A ticket for the Stockholm subway suffices to drive along the subterranean, 110 kilometres long world full of sculptures, mosaics, paintings and reliefs. The art collection from 1950 to the present day presents works by more than one hundred artists.   If you don't want to spend your holidays completely in the underground, you should at least pay a visit to the stops Rådhuset, Fridhemsplan and Kungsträdgården to experience the symbiosis of creativity and transport.

Beer Festival

Whiskey after beer, never fear. Beer after Whiskey -ah it doesn't matter because you will get both of it together at the annual Stockholm Beer & Whiskey Festival. Make sure you have eaten well before you arrive because if you haven't allowed for appropriate soakage you may as well throw away your car keys.   Of course this event is extremely popular - it's a free tasting event after all and you don't get to get drunk for free every day. If you are a connoisseur you can abide by the rules of swilling and spitting, you can get a proper consultation and have a tutor guide you. If you are truly interested in the trends of tomorrow, also watch the prize-giving where the pros fight over the titles for best lager, best white beer and the best beer of Sweden.   Do you remember what you did with those car keys? We recommend you make use of the transport service offered and get a driver to taxi you home.

EAT in Stockholm

Eat in Stockholm
Godislagret

Your mouth is numb, your teeth are sore. This is not the aftermath of your visit to the dentist, but a souvenir from Godislagret. This is a piece of heaven for all of you who have a sweet tooth and dream of a place that serves sugar in 200 different shapes and forms, from caramel to lollipops to noble chocolate.   There is plenty to stick back together a broken heart and for dentists to have dollar signs in their eyes. If you want to be particularly adventurous try the salty liquorice. Otherwise start bagging. But be warned? don't go in with an empty stomach - you pay by weight.

Sturekatten

Fluffy interiors and coffee house literature - this confectionary house is a must for anyone who is nostalgic. Nothing fits - the table lamp does not go with the curtains or with the clientele but if you can see the bigger picture of cosy snuggeries and crooked walls you will find a piece of authentic coffeehouse culture. The rooms are so full of character that even on your third visit you will discover a little detail you failed to notice before.   A schizophrenic place? Maybe a little but still an absolute must for those who love doll's houses and are looking for an alternative to impersonal coffeehouse chains.

Magnus Ladulås

How do you fit an elk between two pieces of toast? Come in and find out! At Magnus Ladulas, not only do elks have to pass this famous test, but steaks also have to meet high standards - on demand, the chef prepares your steak at your table, using a hot stone.   The ambience at the cellar vault is cosy and relaxed. Step outside and you are in the most famous quarter of the city - the Gamla Stan. The bottom line is eat game inside, play outside. We award top marks to this restaurant.

STAY in Stockholm

Stay in Stockholm
Clarion Hotel

Here, one thing is clear, the lines. The design motto at the Clarion Hotel is lots of glass on the outside, lots of chrome on the inside and in the middle there is contemporary art in the shape of pictures and exhibits. This is no place for flowery contemporaries - instead of playful details there is only straight shapes. The result is a no frills hotel, perfect for those who want to keep it cool. Highlights include the diving pool with panoramic views, the central location in Söderman and the live-music evenings of the Royal College of music. Double rooms from ?119.

Hotel Birger Jarl

Birger Jarl was the founder of Stockholm. His hotel also took on a pioneering role when it opened, banking on modern design instead of classical style. The result is round, colourful and innovative. Every room is devoted to a different designer and is therefore different.   So if Sanna Nathannson does not rock your boat, you should change your booking to room 377 and enjoy the theatrical atmosphere created by Tim Hedqvist. The list goes on and on, from playful to business-like, from minimalist to colourful, from retro to futuristic. There is a key to fit every taste.   If you find this changing of rooms too tedious however, you can relax in the Lobby Bar. We can highly recommend the designer drinks. Double room from ?290.

Grand Hotel

We are kings. This is what the founders of Grand Hotels must have thought - or something like that - when they created the most elite of luxury hotels. Despite the pompous murals and ornate folding doors the Grand Hotel manages to avoid the Sissi Image and offers modern facilities above and beyond the needs of the old nobility. The Spa and fitness rooms are state-of-the-art, the restaurants score with Nouvelle Cuisine and the conference room features state-of-the-art equipment.   If you are looking for some of that old charm, look no further than a suite with a view of the king's palace - or book the Princess Lilian Suite. 330m2 provides ample space to fit a spa, a cinema - and even the biggest of egos. Bottom line: it is beautiful, a pleasure indeed. Double rooms at ?344.

SHOPPING in Stockholm

Shopping in Stockholm
Lovestore

You think you know it all? Let us recommend Lovestory to you. You will soon know even more. Even prudish people are now aware of the existence of eatable underwear, but have you tried condom royal, the king of all condoms. Or heard of penis-pasta? Variety is key. At Lovestory, you will find lots of fun things, but nothing tatty. If you are the literary type, there is plenty of reading material for you. If you are more practical, then take home some massage oil. The days when you had to secretly sneak into shops like these with your collar up to hide your face are long over. Today, you can walk in with your head held high and you are bound to leave with a smile on your face. A word of advice: it may pay off taking your other half with you - so you don't freak him out when you show up at home dressed in latex!

Svenskt Tenn

There are some mad patterns on everything that Designer Josef Frank has created for us. But if you want to pep up your walls, you cannot go wrong with the flowery patterned couch, the trendy floor lamps and the tables made of walnut. You may however have to book an extra seat on your return flight to bring it all back home!   If you don't want to do that, the solution is to stick to smaller items such as the stainless steel candle holder or the glass plate with the platinum frame. The cork with the lions head is also bound to be a big hit at every party. The main thing is that you paint your walls white before you come here. And the ceiling. And while you're at it, do the floors as well. Why, you ask? Well, because Josef Frank's furniture is not only heavily patterned but also very colourful. So if you don't want to end up blinded by colour create a blank white canvas.

Tjallamalla

The shop is as marvelous as its clients. Only the top elite of fashionistas shop at Tjallamalla. And rightly so. People who step into this boutique are unrivalled in the style stakes. If you don't want to stand out amongst this type of clientele, make sure you look the business before you even start mingling.   Sure, you can find well-known designers like Acne Jeans and Ivana Helsinki here, but there are also those young wild designers who will make a break-through tomorrow but are still cheap today. The only downside to Tjallamalla is that it gets packed on the weekend. There are only three changing rooms so they are particularly busy. Those bound to you by marital law should expect a lengthy wait. However, if you can manage the wait, have a look at the shoes. Or bags. Or earrings. There is plenty to do.