Everyone who doesn’t have the advantage of being invited to the Nobel ceremonies on Saturday can still sample the food at Restaurang Stadshuskällaren, offering all of the Nobel menus that have been served since 1901! The restaurant is located in Stockholm City Hall (where the annual Nobel banquet is served in the Blue Hall). [ Bit.ly Link ]
This is the street Österlånggatan in Gamla Stan, Stockholm's Old Town. Gamla Stan is one of the largest and best preserved medieval city centers in Europe, and one of the foremost attractions in Stockholm. This is where Stockholm was founded in 1252! Read more about Gamla Stan here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Are you and your kids coming to Stockholm in December? Here are some of our suggestions for a fun family vacation!
- The Megamind exhibition at Tekniska museet
- The fairytale house Junibacken and the performance of Findus at
- The two cultural museums Skansen and Nordiska museet / Nordic Museum where you can both learn about the Swedish culture and make Christmas decorations to... View details ⇨
Looking for a special place to enjoy Swedish Christmas food? The 30 000 islands of Stockholm's archipelago make a beautiful scenery all year round, so why not indulge in a classic 'julbord' on an archipelago boat cruise! [ Bit.ly Link ]
If you've been in Stockholm around Christmas before, you've probably seen this giant Christmas tree on Skeppbrokajen! It's said to be the largest, real Christmas tree in the world (ca 38 metres tall)! Do you have any photos of the Christmas tree? Share it in the comments field!
There is a saying in Sweden that the more gingerbread cookies you eat, the kinder you get! But these cookies are not for eating: it's time for the annual Gingerbread Cookie House Exhibition and Competition at the Centre for Architecture and Design in Stockholm, ArkDes! See the contributions from December 1st to January 8th, and vote for your favorite house before December 13th! [ Bit.ly Link ]