Strolling around the city
Stockholm is one of the city’s that almost every day you get to discover something new. An old-fashioned coffee store, a new park or even a new place to be admire the view of Slussen.
Today I’m going to show a typical strolling around the city.
The day begins at T-Centralen station and the Sergels Torg. Exit from Sergels Torg exit and you will get to the large square of the Swedish Capital. Walk around the square, at Sveavagen, the large avenue of Stockholm. Visit the famous shopping mall Gallerian for some shopping and then get back at the square and find your way through the stairs to the balcony. You just have to admire this view of the area (top image: Sergels Torg view).
On the next stop, you have to visit Slussen. From T-Centralen station you can take the green line towards Hagsätra or Farsta Strand or Skarpnäck and you’re just 2 stations away from Slussen. You can also take the red line towards Fruängen or Norsborg. Again, only 2 stations away from beautiful Slussen. Exit at Södermalmstorg, turn right and just walk until you find a stair. At the end of this stair, there’s the most beautiful scenery of the city, waiting for you. The beautiful Slussen.
Next stop is the Mariahissen. You can get there on feet and just a street above Mariahissen, you get to see one more time the beautiful view of Slussen but in a larger size. For me, it’s the most breathtaking view of the city. Take the advantage and take some really good pictures.
Before you go back to the city centre, I recommend you to visit Himlen Sky bar at Skrapan. You can get there by using the green line and disembark at Medborgarplatsen. The view is just amazing and you have the chance to see Södermalm from a 27floor building.
By the end of the day, when you get back to the city, just walk through Kungsgatan and just enjoy the walk. If you get tired, you can get at the Tunnelbana station Ostermalmstorg, which is on the red line and continue the adventure in another side of the city. ;)
More tips on the next posts! ;)
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