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Stockholm

Stockholm
Many travelers fly with Austrian Airlines to visit Stockholm, the Swedish capital, because of its natural beauty. Once called the "Venice of the North", the city is located on 14 islands. The water is so clean, you can both swim and fish right in the heart of town. Stockholm also offers boat tours, live music and shrimp buffets. Stockholm has an array of parks and fascinating museums, a rich cultural life and many excellent restaurants. Set sail on a journey you will never forget with a cruise to the archipelago. Party on the ship with dancing in the discos and enjoy dining and live entertainment as you cruise the archipelago isles. Families, young couples, singles and party-goers all enjoy the activities aboard ship. Stockholm has a bit of everything for people of all ages and can be enjoyment for the whole family.

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Worth knowing

Sweden
  • Currency: Swedish krone(SEK)
  • Language: Swedish
  • Capital: Stockholm
  • Austrian flight destination: Stockholm, Gothenburg
Airport
  • Stockholm Arlanda (ARN): The airport is located 43 km (27 miles) north of Stockholm.
  • Address: Swedavia Arlanda Airport, 190 45 Stockholm-Arlanda, Sweden
  • Telephone: +46 1 0109 1000
  • Airport Stockholm You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.


Where to shop in Stockholm

Where to shop in Stockholm
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.
Hötorgshallen
Swedish Designers

Where to stay in Stockholm

Where to stay in Stockholm
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 euro.
Nordic Light
Lydmar Hotel

Where to eat in Stockholm

Where to eat in Stockholm
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
Godislagret

What to see in Stockholm

What to see 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!
Beer Festival
Bandy

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