Very nice shopping street, near to other shopping street or malls. You can walk around and just at the end, it connects to Gamla stan.
This is Stockholms mail shopping street. It's very long compared to for example Oslo. You find everything you need. From the usual chain stores to independent stores, from the small cozy cafe to the big coffee chains. And of course don't forget all the different candy shops. There are also lots of different restaurants on the way. So if your... More
this is the worst shop ever in Stockholm. I bought two candy bar here, I didn't see any price on it but didn't think that much, they were candy bars, how expensive they can be! After I paid, i was chocked by the price of 80kr each. I paid 160kr for the candy bar that i supposed could be around... More
The street is located in the middle of Stockholm and easily reach from all parts of the city. It is Stockholms big shopping street with all the big trade marks and a lot of restaurants, you have seen all before in other citys in Sweden or in a shopping mall. Always a lot of people in the weekends and a... More
The low end of everything - shops, food, and budget travelers. Dont waste you're time. Instead go to the Ostermalm Saluhall area near Sturplan and Nybrogatan. You'll find the good food, shops, and its not as crowded.
It's fun to walk down this crowded street to see hoards of local people (and some tourists too) doing their shopping door to door or gathering around to see street performers.
We stayed on Drottningatan and found it to be a very interesting mix of old and new. There was an amazing range of places to eat from the inexpensive chain type burger joint to much more up- market restaurants. There was also a varied range for shopping with pretty standard 7/11's through to specialist shops in all sorts of things.... More
This is a very nice shopping street in the middle of the town, with the Southern end leading to Gamla Stan (old town). The street is lined with shops and restos, along with malls such as Ahlens and NK. You can spend several hours browsing through the stores and trying out the different restaurants or cafes. Prices are relatively cheap... More
The name means Queen Street and runs from the Old Town to the Observatory Hill. The southern part is pedestrian only and you will find lots of shops (many clothing). There are a number of restaurants as well especially in the northern part. You will find two dept stores along it: PUB (which has nothing to do with beer) and... More
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