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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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EAT in Stockholm

Eat in Stockholm
Marten Trotzig

From outside it reminds of an English pub. But inside the last doubts are eradicated: the Marten Trotzig amidst the historic city is Stockholm in its purest form. Heavy, dark and wooden furniture convey the feeling of ease, the menu is characteristic for the country and garnished with Sweden's most favourite mascot: roasted elk filet with cranberry sabayone and French sauté beans. If you prefer to see Rudolph at his sleigh, you can choose the salmon filet with crayfish and leaf spinach on root vegetable creme.   And you should cast at least one glance at the séparée in the basement. Here up to 22 persons can play knight and damsel at dim candle light and feast on meatballs, elk carpaccio or roast beef steak. As long as the balls stay on the plate, the guests may spend some more time and enjoy the setting in the style of the 17th century.

Massagotti

There are only two reasons why you would venture into the outskirts, the fashion centre K:fen and the promise of the best coffee in town. It is the combination that makes a winning recipe,the best of brands followed by the best macchiato.   If this is not enough to lift you to higher realms take the stairs. On the first floor Massagotti Restaurant cooks up the trinity of Italian cuisine, pasta, linguine and tortellini -and plenty of it! Add to that a varied wine list and an international Sunday brunch that will make your knees buckle. Anti-fast food at the Shopping Centre? Well this is something different - and the interior architecture isn't bad either.

Prinsen

Stig Larsson only gained the fame he deserved posthumously. The Prinsen has been earning its keep for the past 100 years. Yet they are connected: Larsson was inspired by the creative atmosphere of this tasteful restaurant, which has been the muse to many poets, artists and bohemians in its time, including one Horace Engdahl.   It is of little surprise considering what's on the menu, a bit of fish, some egg yolk, something French - et voilá, the result is some of the finest slow food. If you hang around for a while do some people-watching. You are in the company of Stockholm's writers of tomorrow. You may as well get a few autographs while you can - just in case.

SIGHTS in Stockholm

Sights in Stockholm
Vasamuseum

A look at the Vasa tells us that the sinking of the Titanic was not the first catastrophe of its kind. Both ships were brought down by technocratic arrogance and a misguided sense of prestige. The luxury liner Titanic made it further than the Vasa which never even left the harbour! Another canon here, another statue there - there was no attention paid as to how much weight the 17th century ship would be able to bear - bloop, bloop, bloop. Instead of sailing taller and faster than any other ship before, the Vasa was doomed to sink to the seabed in the harbour. The former war ship was only recovered in 1961.   It is a good thing that it was lifted because today, in all its glory, it bears witness to the megalomania of the time and is on view at the Vasa Museum. A definite moral lesson to be learnt!

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.

Auktionsverk

It's hard to believe but Auktionsverk has been auctioning items off since 1647, when baroque was actually still contemporary art. Welcome to the oldest auctioneers in the world, which has even seen a circus go under the hammer. If you are after that kind of investment be aware of your weight allowance - and know that customs don't like clowns!   But maybe you would like to bid on one of the other 2,500 items that are for auction every week - a teddy like your grandma's, an antique pocket watch or the original manuscript of Pippi's story. You can also get a bargain as long as you can manage to keep your hands under control.

SHOPPING in Stockholm

Shopping in Stockholm
Swedish Designers

10 Designers have achieved what cannot be done alone, combining their various textile designs under one roof. The result is a shop just as creative as its owners, featuring a variety of wallpapers, fabrics, ironing boards and toiletry bags -all embellished with colourful printed dots, waves and lines. The group do everything themselves - from drafting up a new design to marketing it. Have you spotted a design that looks familiar? It is possible. Two of the designers have already done work for IKEA. Not that you should be put off by that!

Monkey Bizz

Streetwear for cool kids. With a T-shirt from Monkey Bizz, you will be the business on the streets. Nothing to be ashamed of or embarrassed about. The generation 2.0 fashion will raise the bar for grown-ups with its caps, hats and scarves for trendy winter days. Show up in one of these labels and you will be the next party highlight: Mishka, Pegleg, Rockers, Tokion. The themes? Stylish, crazy, wicked. A whole lot of monkey business? No, the pure culture of youth fashion. Monkey Bizz.

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.

STAY in Stockholm

Stay in Stockholm
Lydmar Hotel

The party people are gone and the volume has been turned down to the minimum. The big noise of the past has been replaced with quiet modesty. But it needn't be quite so modest. The former hip destination of nightlife pilgrims exudes a pleasant, stress-free ambience and minimalist design. A 20th century couch in one corner and a modern sculpture in another creates a historic atmosphere with a modern twist.   Those music events do still take place but nowadays they take a backseat. Bottom line: Forget sleeping pills, today you are guaranteed a good night's sleep at Lydmar Hotel - even without narcotics. Quiet please. Double rooms from ?292.

Berns Hotel

Belle epoche for a young audience. The little sister of Grand Hotel defines itself by the style of its contemporary focus group, without compromising on luxury. While it was once the red room at Hotel August Strindberg that inspired a roman by the same name, today it is Phillipe Starch and Terence Conran who have their say and a lot of marble. It pays off. While the adults lodge at Grand Hotel, the sons and daughters hang out in the lounge at Berns Hotel. But families of the upper class don't always have to go their separate ways - your stay at Berns also includes the use of the Spa at Grand Hotel. Double rooms from ?307.

The Story Hotel

The Story Hotel is so cool that even the Swedish winter is green with envy. The Story Hotel is so stylish that the word avant-garde needs to be redefined. It is as arty as Marty and as innovative as Steve. It speaks volumes about artistic comforts paired with heaps of imagination and cunning concepts that put everything in the shade.   The Story is a hotel for urban trendsetters and for those who know the scene, for lifestyle experts and for all those who want to see more, feel more or who want to amazed. No hotel can offer more. Check in and find out. Double rooms from ?197.