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  • Espresso House in Stockholm

    Very nice and cozy place where to have a break, alone or with some friends, especially during the cold nordic days :). You also have wifi, so you If you just want to relax but at the same time you have some important work to do you can easily bring your Mac with you and...

    0 by Samar, in Where to eat Stockholm, 3 years ago
  • Cherry Blossom Street

    I have read heaps of Manga so I am so obsessed with cherry blossoms. I used to think that the only place I can watch pinky cherry blossoms falling in a spring breeze is Japan which is thousand miles away. But wait, no, you can even find it in Stockholm for a short...

    0 by Mia , in What to see Stockholm, 5 years ago
  • old town

    One of the most visited attraction in Stockholm is, with no doubt, the old town. Built up in the 13th century, on the island of Stadsholmen, the old town is a labyrinth of streets, town houses and cafés that represent the heart of the Swedish capital. The main...

    0 by angelo, in What to see Stockholm, 5 years ago
  • Stockholm

    These are some places I visited during my 2 years living in Sweden. The Red Boat is one of the most amazing hostels that every student should visit. In the photos you can see the Royal Palace, Vasa Museum, the Old City museum... the King and the Queen passing by the...

    0 by Romina, in What to see Stockholm, 7 years ago
  • Loginn Hotel

    In December 2009, my boyfriend and I spent three nights in this boat hotel. I thoroughly enjoyed the experience! He, on the other, didn't care for it too much. I love the idea of sleeping on a boat.. even if it is docked. The room was rather small, as was the private...

    0 by Aimee, in Where to sleep Stockholm, 7 years ago

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