Category Archive: Indoor

Sightseeing under Stockholm

Some call it the longest underground art gallery. To not exaggerate, Stockholm’s metro really is something not worthy of omitting. – Niektórzy nazywają je najdłuższą podziemną galerią sztuki. Nie przesadzając, sztokholmskiego metra nie… Continue reading

Sightseeing Stockholm. Gamla Stan

There’s something about medieval European cities and towns that one can always recognize them. The Lübeck or Magdeburg laws seep through the buildings and cobbled streets, and history looks over the shoulders. Gamla… Continue reading

Sightseeing Stockholm. Riddarholmen and Helgeandsholmen

Riddarholmen and Helgeandsholmen are small islands in the centre of Stockholm. They are actually part of Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s Old City, but much quieter. On Riddarholmen the biggest crowd was – intriguingly –… Continue reading

Sightseeing Stockholm. Djurgården

Djurgården. Here the capital concept is a mere memory. Not only because the Skansen open air museum exhibits old village housing, but because of the general tranquility of this island. It’s a place… Continue reading

Sightseeing Stockholm. Östermalm

Östermalm is pricey, prosperous and posh. At least thus spoke Wikipedia. We left the metro right next to Östermalms Saluhall, small but obviously picturesque food hall. Rambling the roads of the district, we… Continue reading

Sightseeing Stockholm. Vasastan

  Due to its compact size, Stockholm is very easy to sightsee, either by metro or on foot (if one is fond of walking). Crowd is not a problem as the number of… Continue reading


Shrunken space

Things not seen