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Stockholm, capital of Sweden, is a dynamic and lively city that is very pleasant to visit. Its numerous neighborhoods spread across the 14 islands of the archipelago offer varied lifestyles between trendy streets and relaxed areas. But what to do when night falls? Above all, don't go to bed, Stockholm's nightlife is fun and very lively. Shall we take you for an evening stroll in Stockholm?
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Here you are in the most popular and relaxed area of the city, where young people love to go out. Stroll through the streets to appreciate the rhythm of the night where light and music merge, giving a trendy atmosphere to this famous district. Some addresses to remember, such as:
Do you prefer moonlit walks? Take your camera for a guided and photographed tour accompanied by a professional photographer. For 3 hours you wander the streets to Gamla Stan to discover the night culture of Stockholm behind your lens.
Östermalm is the city's wealthy and elegant district, where even Swedish royalty like to hang out. Which surely explains all the good addresses (admittedly not given) that you can find after dark, when the music goes crazy and the floors fill up for dancing. But before you get excited, we'll take you on a 3-hour dinner cruise through the Stockholm archipelago. Admire the illuminated streets and subdued scenery while enjoying a delicious meal to the rhythm of the steamboat on the quays. You will then have plenty of time to visit some addresses not to be missed :
Walk the streets of the neighborhood to enjoy the atmosphere of the restaurants and bars open in the evenings. If you like an address, we advise you to be well dressed to be able to enter.
It is surely one of the most pleasant areas for a leisurely evening stroll. With its traditional pubs, cobbled streets and pretty buildings, Stockholm's Old Town offers a great setting for nighttime escapades. That said, they can be more lively with a guided tour on the haunted history of Gamla Stan. For 1.5 hours, follow a guide through lantern-lit alleys while listening to stories of murders and unsolved mysteries. Watch out for the ghosts of Stockholm, they give you goosebumps. Recover your spirits after all these emotions in some must-see places in the neighborhood:
Spend a lovely evening in a relaxed neighborhood at Gamla Stan.
The Norrmalm district is a very lively area during the day with large shopping avenues. Mostly pedestrian, it is pleasant to wander around at night , especially accompanied by a guide for a guided tour. Departing from Vasagatan, stroll according to your interests, while listening to the history of the region told with passion. Allow 3 hours for a personalized itinerary with two stops at local and famous bars. There are many places worth a detour in Norrmalm:
The evening will be relaxed in the streets of Norrmalm, a district with a Zen atmosphere adored by tourists mid-week.
The pace of life of the Swedes is different from ours, which can be surprising when you arrive in Stockholm. At 11 a.m., it's not brunch, but lunch, while 6 p.m. marks dinner time and not snack time. You should know that the Swedes love to snack all day and eat early, which is not our habit. Be careful if you are planning a restaurant in the evening, the doors close at 9 p.m.! And if you're looking for a lively atmosphere, Thursday evening is the time to go out, a time when young people like to party and have fun. Stroll safely through the districts of central Stockholm , especially those on the outskirts that are best avoided (Järva or Huddinge for example). You can also take the metro without fear, but beware of the timetable, they run until 1 a.m. on weekdays and 3 a.m. on weekends. That said, it's also the time when the clubs close their doors, encouraging party-loving Swedes to go to bed.
No need for a map or a guide, you now know all the good addresses and the best ideas for an evening stroll in Stockholm. Look everywhere and visit all the neighborhoods, they are magnificent in the evening.
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