somehow stays off the average tourists radar. Theres a nightclub in the basement open on weekends and a popular bar in the front. But honestly, I never visited. Chokladkoppen A gay-friendly café in the Old Town, its a convenient spot for taking a break or pause in the middle of sightseeing all day. Since its conception in 1998, Stockholm Pride Week has grown to be the largest gay pride celebration in Scandinavia one reason why the Swedish capital made our list of top lgbt city breaks and for one week in July or August, Södermalm erupts with art. For an incredible (and free!) panoramic view over the Stockholm skyline, walk just 5 minutes up Blecktornsgränd street at the northern edge of Mariatorget square.
Falafelbaren popular with locals at lunchtime, these Stockholm restaurants are a great way to get into the heart of Stockholm culture. Candy The biggest gay party on Friday nights, Candy at Le Bon Palais is a long-time staple of Stockholms local gay scene, open until.m.
Oh, and the rosé wineso good! The lavish interiors, to which many famous Swedish artists have contributed, provide the setting for major events in the Stockholm calendar, including the famous Nobel Prize ceremony. Here you can really fall in love with fika, the Swedish art of afternoon coffee. So says Wailana Kalama as she shares her Stockholm recipe. Långholmen used to house a prison and the mansion house, which was built by the prison governor, is the closest you will come to rural beauty in Stockholm. Read next Things to do in Stockholm OUT OF town lake malaren If you fancy venturing further a field, Lake Mälaren is a must. Best of the Beaten Track.