Stockholm, a city guide
Drift out to the islands of the Stockholm archipelago and find out why this is one of Europe’s most delightful capitals. From the narrow alleyways and café culture of Gamla Stan to the bicycle paths and green spaces of Djurgarden, there’s plenty to explore. Don’t miss the popular attractions of the ABBA Museum and the well-preserved Vasa ship.
Mundana has set a high standard and hand picked these restaurants for their great food quality, good reputation, great customer service, clean environment, courteous staff and original menus.
Gourmet dining at Oaxen Krog, decorated with a nautical theme and located in a refurbished boatyard shed on Djurgården Island. Oaxen Slip is the bistro next door if you're after something more casual.
Classic seafood and dishes with a twist using fresh, locally sourced ingredients; try bouillabaisse, sotare (grilled Baltic herring), strömming (small fried Baltic herring) and turbot with browned butter.
Nosh and Chow
Spread over several floors of a townhouse, this houses a popular grill and also a cocktail bar.
Rooftop bar with restaurant serving Scandinavian cuisine with Japanese influences. Also has a raw bar and hosts sake tastings.
The hulking mass of a wooden warship which sank on its maiden voyage in 1628 fills this museum's cavernous interior.
Best Shops in Stockholm
Purchase prints showcasing the best in contemporary photography at this landmark museum right by the water.
Explore the Itineraries
Discover Stockholm in one of Mundana's Itineraries, getting the most out of your trip.