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Ideal location for a Stockholm break: centrally located apartment in a popular part of town.


    4 Guests  
    1 Bedroom  
    1 Bed  
    1.0 Bathroom  
    0 Car spaces 
    Primary home  

    Simultaneous  
    Non-simultaneous  
    Non-reciprocal  

Listed  February 2019
Views  1022
Response rate  71%

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Cupboard / drawers
Hair dryer
Heating
Iron
Washer
TV
WiFi
Workspace
Towels
Bed sheets
Fire extinguisher
Smoke alarms
First aid kit
Dishwasher
Clothes dryer
Fridge
Oven
Microwave

    Weekend
    Budget
    Family
    Romantic
    Sport and leisure
    Relaxing
    City
    Water
    Culture
    Last minute
    Good public transport

    Suitable for infants under 2
    Suitable for children ages 2-12
    Pets not allowed
    No smoking

Within a couple of minutes' walk in one direction, you reach the square Medborgarplatsen, where you'll find a food hall, cinemas and lots of restaurants and bars. Going in the opposite direction and turning right at the end of the street will take you to Vitabergsparken, the largest park in the area. Turning left takes you to the spectacular views and historical buildings at Fjällgatan. More details are available on request, but you can find out a lot about the area just by doing a search for "SoFo" or even Södermalm. This map is also a very useful source of info on the immediate area: www.stockholm.se/PageFiles/74474/city_walk1.pdf . (The flat is right around the corner from number 2 on the second map and number 8 on the first.) You will have the Swedish meatball restaurant in the next block, the Museum of Photography a few blocks away.... an ideal location for sightseeing without having to make too much effort.

If you are a mobile person who likes to wander, you can easily walk to the Old Town or the city centre. However most of the buses from the end of the street offer picturesque routes to many major tourist attractions, including the Old Town and the City Hall, the Djurgården ferry, the Royal Palace, Kungsträdgården and the main shopping areas in the city, where you can also catch the tram or bus to Djurgården. "Hop on, hop off" buses also stop close by. Buses offer major advantages over the underground in that you get to see a lot of the views and tourist sites of the city while travelling to your destination. However, there is also easy access to the underground system and commuter train.

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Shona

Stockholm, Sweden
Joined February 2019
Response rate 71%
LGBTQ+ friendly  
Travelling group
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I am looking for Germany for late July/early-mid August 2020. Of particular interest are areas around Düsseldorf/Cologne plus Frankfurt/Mainz and the Rheingau. Other destinations may be of interest, though, since we'll be travelling by train for several weeks and are happy to hook things together when possible.
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