Discover Stockholm with our Free Audio Guide

Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Stockholm, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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About the city of Stockholm: Your comprehensive guide

Get ready to explore a city that's a vibrant mix of modern design and rich history. Here, cutting-edge architecture cozies up to well-preserved medieval buildings, offering a fascinating journey through time. The arts and culture scene is as lively as it gets, and speaking of iconic, don't miss the chance to visit the Vasa Museum! While you're at it, be sure to try out some local Swedish cuisine like meatballs, gravlax, and knäckebröd. Your taste buds will thank you!

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

In Stockholm, the gastronomic scene is rich with a variety of local dishes and drinks that foodies will absolutely adore. One of the must-try dishes is Köttbullar, Swedish meatballs typically served with lingonberry sauce and potatoes, a comforting and hearty meal. For fish lovers, Gravlax, a dill and salt-cured salmon dish, is a delightful option served commonly with mustard sauce and bread.

Another popular dish is Raggmunk, a traditional Swedish potato pancake that is usually paired with fried pork or lingonberries. Those with a sweet tooth should not miss out on Prinsesstårta, a layered sponge cake with a green marzipan coating, often filled with jam and pastry cream.

In terms of beverages, Brännvin, a strong spirit distilled from potatoes or grain, is widely consumed in Stockholm and often accompanies traditional Swedish cuisine. Additionally, Sweden’s coffee culture is also notable; therefore, enjoying a Fika, which is a coffee break accompanied by pastries, is a must.

When exploring Swedish cuisine, one should also consider tasting Sill, a type of pickled herring typically enjoyed with fresh potatoes, sour cream, and chives, especially around midsummer. Surströmming, fermented Baltic Sea herring, is another dish, famous for its strong smell, usually eaten with tunnbröd (thin bread) along with potatoes and onions.

For a cozy and rich experience, go for Swedish Husmanskost, a variety of traditional dishes often including meat, potatoes, and other root vegetables. It embodies the comforting essence of Swedish home cooking.

Comment: At each spot in the audio guide, we will provide you with recommendations for the nearest and most highly rated restaurants according to Google's user opinions, ensuring you can easily locate places to experience these delightful dishes and beverages.

Transportation and getting around the city

Landing in Stockholm, you've got a couple of solid options to get into the city. Arlanda Express is super quick; it's a train that'll get you to the central city in about 20 minutes. It might be a bit pricier, but if you're looking to save time, it's the way to go. You can snag tickets at the airport or online. Then there’s the Flygbussarna, it’s a bit slower, taking around 45 minutes, but it’s more wallet-friendly.

Once you’re in the city, public transport is a breeze. Stockholm’s got buses, metros, trams, and even ferries! You can grab an SL Access card at most metro stations and many convenience stores like Pressbyrån. It's good for all public transport, just load it up with credit or get a travel pass, and you're good to go.

Taxis are around, and they're a decent choice if you’re feeling a bit weary after a day out. Just a heads up, make sure you pick a taxi with clear pricing info on the side, and maybe avoid those without.

And you know, Stockholm’s a pretty walkable city too. Gamla Stan, the old town, is a wonder to wander around. Loads of narrow streets, cool shops, and quaint cafes to discover. It’s a hit for a relaxing stroll.

For those into sightseeing without the walking, check out the hop-on-hop-off buses. They’ll whisk you around to all the major spots, and you can jump off whenever something catches your eye. Tickets? You can get them online, at the central station or directly on the bus.

And, if you fancy seeing Stockholm from the water, there’s the hop-on-hop-off boat tour. It's a fun way to see the city, especially when the weather’s playing nice. Again, grab those tickets online or right on the boat. Have a blast exploring!

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : Gamla Stan . Vasa Museum . Skansen .

3d : Gamla Stan . Vasa Museum . Skansen . Royal Palace . Drottningholm Palace . Djurgården . ABBA: The Museum . Nobel Museum .

5d : Gamla Stan . Vasa Museum . Skansen . Royal Palace . Drottningholm Palace . Djurgården . ABBA: The Museum . Nobel Museum . Moderna Museet . Archipelago . Stortorget . The Royal National City Park . The Royal Swedish Opera .

All : Gamla Stan . Vasa Museum . Skansen . Royal Palace . Drottningholm Palace . Djurgården . ABBA: The Museum . Nobel Museum . Moderna Museet . Archipelago . Stortorget . The Royal National City Park . The Royal Swedish Opera . Stockholm City Hall . Ostermalm Food Hall . Fotografiska . Stockholm Public Library . Södermalm . Nationalmuseum . Kungsträdgården . Stockholm Medieval Museum . The Royal Armoury . Skeppsholmen .

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