Wonderlost Wednesday: Stockholm

Earlier this year in March, a friend and I visited Stockholm on an extended weekend tour. Although, I’ve grown up in Denmark so close to Sweden, I had never been to the country before. Needless to say, I was excited to explore the capital of Stockholm due to its reputation. In this sense, I must say that it didn’t disappoint me. At all! Compared to Copenhagen, Stockholm has a lot to offer – and not just in city life but also in scenery – and atmosphere.

Stockhom Harbour...

Comprised of 14 islands and numerous areas and districts centered around medieval Gamla Stan (Old Town), Stockholm is nothing but exciting to explore as a mosaic of unique areas and districts. This little adorable, lively city full of beautiful architecture and scenery captured my heart immediately. It’s a city in which I could very well imagine myself growing old at one point – once I’ve explored the world, of course, and am ready to (to some extent) settle.

On our trip, I, especially, came to adore Gamla Stan. Dating back to the 13th century, this district is my favourite part of Stockholm. The architecture, scenery with habour views, cute stores, pubs, restaurants and cafes – the atmosphere – are just in my spirit and I could spend hours exploring this district. However, in general, Stockholm with its various and different areas and districts are quite exciting and I wished we had had more time in Stockholm.
Normally, I’m not much of a museum enthusiast. However, some of the museums of Stockholm such as the Vasa Museum, Astrid Lindgren Museum (Junibacken), the Royal Palace etc. are interesting museums that take the concept of museums to a new level as more interactive museums – I like that.

Old Town, StockholmStockholm Harbour.







If you wish to explore Scandinavia, I would definitely choose Sweden or Norway as these two Nordic countries just have a more diverse scenery. And should you find yourself in Stockholm, I can warmly recommend visiting the Ice Bar by Ice Hotel. Although it is a bit expensive (even for Scandinavian prices), it is quite the tourist experience.

xo P!

Ice BarIce Bar.

11 thoughts on “Wonderlost Wednesday: Stockholm

  1. Stockholm is a lovely city, we were there late last year and enjoyed in tremendously, we are museum freaks and enjoyed our day at Skansen an outdoor museum on one of the islands (same one as the Vasa. Galma Stan was a great place to wander and get lost in the small alleys and streets. Norway is also a beautiful country to visit, 4 days in Oslo and 8 days exploring around the country was fascinating. Keep up the traveling, enjoy your posts.

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    • Definitely. There are a lot of parks with playgrounds etc. as well as the Astrid Lindgren Museum, Junibacken, with all her children stories such as Pippi and an amusement park, Tivoli Gröna Lund.


  2. You went to the Ice Bar, how cool is that?! When they opened two years ago, they were all the rage in Germany, literally every second Design Magazine wrote about them. I can’t wait to check them out myself, even as someone who doesn’t enjoy alcoholic beverages that much…

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  3. I’ve recently just visited Stockholm earlier this March as well! And I must say, I completely agree with everything you’ve mentioned in this article! Stockholm is a beautiful place and the people who are appreciate that, are just as beautiful 😊👍🏻



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