Your travel guide to Stockholm
The capital of Sweden consistently enchants visitors with its islands, bridges and myriad fairytale streets, where Venere.com guests can find some of a wide range of cheap Stockholm accommodation.
There are plenty of luxury hotels in Stockholm Old Town or you may be looking for a residential downtown accommodation in Vasastan, close to great shopping, interesting sights and the Arlanda Airport bus stop. Stockholm city is also serviced by Bromma Airport, just 8 km (4.9 miles) away.
Not only famous for ABBA and meatballs, Stockholm boasts a lively, cosmopolitan social scene. Your drinks arrive literally 'on the rocks' in hollowed out fists of ice at the Stockholm Ice Bar, certainly the most celebrated alcoholic attraction in Sweden. Don't worry though, you can always ease into the 'Morning After' with a traditional Stockholm brunch in one of the many dynamic city restaurants.
Grab your travel guide and head off for Gamla Stan Old Town, Skansen Stockholm Open Air Museum and the Gröna Lund amusement park located on the island of Djurgarden.
Stockholm public transportation comprises ferries and boats linking the islands of the Stockholm archipelago, and the efficient Tunnelbanan metro system, trains and buses. Or perhaps forget transport altogether and start getting into training for the Stockholm Marathon – unofficially ranked as the best in the world!
Awash with intimate boutique and design hotels, Stockholm is undoubtedly a contemporary city. Each year Stockholm Pride attracts thousands of visitors and is now the largest gay pride festival in Scandinavia. Music lovers can attend the Stockholm Jazz Festival and Where the Action is Tour, or simply pay homage to those musical masters at the ABBA museum.
Look through the many Venere options for exclusive hotels in Stockholm's Östermalm and Kungsholmen, mid-price accommodation on Södermalm island and cheap hostels near the Stockholm main train station, as well as well as Stockholm airport hotels.