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  • Glasshus

    Read labels carefully before you order a scoop in Stockholm. Lakrits can look like dark chocolate or even chocolate-chip ice cream, but contains lo... More
  • Götgatan

    In existence since the 12th century, Gotgatan (Goth Street) is one of the longest streets in Soldermalm. The street begins at Slussen and the Stock... More
  • Grythyttan Vin

    Take a tour of Grythyttan Vin, located in the rural northwest about three hours from Stockholm. The winery, started in 1999 by the Fritzell Brother... More
  • H&M

    The Swedish fashion company Hennes & Mauritz opened in 1947 and has since expanded to 2,300 stores in 41 countries. Of the Stockholm locations, thi... More
  • Ikea

    At just over 594,000 square feet and four levels, the IKEA south of Stockholm in Skarholmen is both the company's first location and largest store ... More
  • Iris Hantverk

    A store that specializes in handmade items by visually impaired artisans. More
  • Jacksons

    A vast selection of 20th-century Scandinavian and Italian housewares. Murano-glass vases by Gio Ponti and Bianconi line the walls, and vintage piec... More
  • Laroy

    After 10 p.m., move on to Laroy, a decadent bar-club that pulls in a fashionable set. More
  • Moderna Museet

    The Moderna Museet, on the island of Skeppsholmen, is home to an extensive collection of modern and contemporary paintings, sketches, photography, ... More
  • Modernity

    Scottish owner Andrew Duncanson scours the globe for the best in vintage Scandinavian furniture for his shop in Östermalm. Serious design junkies a... More
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  • Nordic House of Culinary Art

  • Skogskyrkogården

    The UNESCO World Heritage site, also known as Woodland Cemetery, is one of Stockholm's most surprising architectural landmarks. Its rolling pine fo... More
  • Slussen Square

    Busy Slussen square is Stockholm's answer to Grand Central. The main attraction here (besides a major subway stop) is the humble Nystekt Strömming ... More
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