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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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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
Hötorgshallen
We are standing in Stockholm`s city centre, right next to the subway station Hötorget. For approximately 130 years various goods have been sold and haggled over in the Hötorgshallen - bargaining for the best price has a long tradition at this place. If you`re looking for meat, fish, vegetables or sausage products you need to go to the basement, the flower and fruit market are to be found outdoors. Speaking of tradition: the Hötorgshallen have been truthful to their roots but the stalls and products are however very international. Apart from Turkish kebab the 31 stands also sell Swedish herring and Himalayan tea and there are lots of cafés. Gourmets find anything what they are yearning for. It has not changed also after the refurbishment in 2012. Afterwards there has become an even greater selection of merchants on two floors. An advice: begin to search for a stand with cow cheese and get to know the cheese producers Daisy or Ebba - at least on the photo!
Svenskt Tenn
Tjallamalla

Where to eat in Stockholm

Where to 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.
Stallmästaregårde
Wedholms Fisk

What to see in Stockholm

What to see in Stockholm
Svensk Form
While the rest of Europe still get excited about striped couches, creative minds at Svensk Form are already working on the bottle opener version 2.0. The Design centre raises the bar high - they say they want to convince the world that better design can advance society. Here, people are on a mission and if you want to learn from these pros, you can do so in seminars, readings and discussions about the topic. But if it isn't the talking that you are after, take a seat in the Café or grab something to read from the magazine room. Everything revolves around the motto "Live longer amidst beautiful design." Surely, that isn't asking too much!
Auktionsverk
Junibacken

Where to stay in Stockholm

Where to stay in Stockholm
Ett Hem
This is the story of a Stockholm administration officer and his wife around 1900. The two of them loved art and Swedish interior design by their fellow countrymen Carl and Karin Larrsson. They built a townhouse in a quite residential area - Ett Hem. Today Ett Hem is still a treasure full of designer furniture and antiquities - and likewise a recently opened hotel. But not in the conventional sense. Typical hotel atmosphere won't arise, walking the dog will rather make you feel like staying with friends. No car? No problem, you can borrow one from the hotel. The fridge is filled with wine and organic groceries and you can switch on the television in the large living room whenever you feel like it. There is no restaurant, but you can order from a small menu around the clock and snack in the glass house, the library or the green inner courtyard. The twelve rooms are individually furnished - with sheep skins, oak furniture or open fire.
Checkin
Nordic Light

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