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.
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.