By Stefani Novakovic, a very social tour guide who has been exploring Stockholm’s neighbourhoods since 2016.
Edited by Elodi Troskie
Since moving to Stockholm a few years ago, I’ve really been enjoying exploring the city. And luckily, as Stockholm consists of 14 islands which are connected by bridges, it makes things very easy to move around between the different areas, even on foot. If you’re planning a trip to the beautiful capital of Sweden, my first recommendation would be that you take a minute to decide what is most important to you when looking for accommodation: nightlife, food, shopping, sightseeing, or family-friendly activities? From there, all you need is my guide to the best neighbourhoods in Stockholm - I promise there’s one to suit whatever you’re looking for.