To do in Stockholm
SoFo - South of Folkungagatan
A section of Södermalm filled with small trendy, arty, quirky and hip boutiques with art, music and design in focus.
Established in 1891, Skansen was the world's first open-air museum, and provides first-hand insight into Swedish heritage and traditions with historical buildings (flown in from all parts of Sweden), a zoo and the nature and its surroundings. Skansen also hosts a number of events including music, dance, children's theatre and more.
The city of Stockholm is full of beautiful parks. In close proximity to the Clarion Hotel Stockholm are Eriksdalslunden, Tantolunden and Vita Bergsparken, of which the last two often host theatre performances and live music.
Six floors of exclusive department store shopping with everything from fashion to food, a champagne bar and personal shopper service. Address: Hamngatan 18-20. T-bana (metro station): Kungsträdgården.
A popular shopping street with both large boutique chains as well as smaller specialized stores. The northern end of the street has a somewhat calmer pace and is home to a number of cafés and restaurants.
Biblioteksgatan and Sturegallerian
Pleasant shopping area with exclusive brand stores shoulder to shoulder with chain stores. T-bana (metro station): Östermalmstorg.
Niche fashion, technology and sport boutiques with good cafés and restaurants. Generous opening hours. Address: Götgatan 76-78.
A tropical rainforest in the beautiful Hagaparken (Haga park). Walk amongst the butterflies in 25 degree celcius controlled climate all year round!
Amusement park and concert venue on the island of Djurgården. Fun for all ages, with great activities, rides and views.
This children's museum features a look into Astrid Lindgren's wonderful world of tales as well as characters from other famous Swedish children's books. Children's theatre, story train, café/restaurant, gift and book store. Location: Djurgården.