Stockholm Travel Guide – tips & advice from local experts
Stockholm Travel Guide is all about inspiration and information. If you are planning a trip to Stockholm, the beautiful capital of Sweden, you'll find almost everything you need to know before you go. Welcome!
About Stockholm Travel Guide
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We live in Stockholm!
Everyone at Stockholm Travel Guide lives in this wonderful city. We work, eat, party and sleep here every single day. Except for when we go to London or NYC on vacation 😉
Stockholm Travel Guide knows Stockholm!
The streets, the alleys, the old and beautiful buildings. The best place to get a fika! Forget Tripadvisor, we've got the expert advice you've been looking for.
We love Stockholm!
In case that's not clear yet: We are completely and utterly in love with this charming old fellow that goes by the name Stockholm. Our mission is to make you feel the same way ♥
Tours and attractions at Stockholm Travel Guide
Our most important advice for planning a trip to Stockholm is this: Do your research, find out what you would like to see and do, and make the reservations online before you jet away to Sweden.
Why? Because you'll get a better price booking online than when booking directly with the attractions. Our partners Viator and Get Your Guide, both well known and trusted providers of tours & attractions, guarantees safe and smooth reservations.
Choose a Scandinavian hotel for the right feeling
You've probably stayed at Hilton, Sheraton, Marriott and other international chain hotels before. That's fine. But when in Stockholm, make sure to dine and sleep like a Scandinavian.
This town offers excellent hotels by local brands you probably never heard of, until now. Nordic Choice and Scandic has some really cool and spectacular properties. And there are quite a lot of smaller and more personal hotels and B&B:s as well.