The history of the Old Town of Stockholm dates back to the thirteenth century and is very old. The city has medieval alleys, colorful houses, round stone streets, and classical buildings. Since Sweden has no war for two hundred years, the Old City is well preserved. In addition to the Royal Palace, the Grand Place, the Cathedral, the Parliament Building, the Nobel Museum, and a variety of small shops and restaurants, it is worth a little more time to stop and hang around.
For the first time, I took the subway for the subway and bought a ticket to sit at random. There are more than one hundred stations. No matter which one you arrive, you can enjoy different scenery. I think the subway designers in Stockholm are great sculptors and illustrators...
Every Christmas, Europe's big and small cities will be extraordinarily warm, even if there is snow in the sky, but the Christmas lights everywhere in the city and the laughter of the children make every cold winter come. Get warm.
Stockholm on Christmas Eve, there is a place to visit, that is the Christmas market on the Old Town Square.
A dazzling array of exquisite small handicrafts, candles, sweets, and small dolls, all of which are indispensable elements of the Christmas market. The market snacks here are a famous local food collection place. In the cold winter, you can eat hot reindeer meat, drink a delicious mulled wine, and finally buy a bag of sweet, sugar-free nuts.
The Christmas market in the Old Town is a Swedish tradition. Surrounded by ancient colorful houses, it is an unmistakable opportunity to experience the warm fairy tale world in the winter!
Christmas Market Time: 12.2-23,11
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A visit to the old town of Stockholm, Gambla Stan. The weather was not so nice, but it stays a beautiful city. Go for a walk to have an amazing view or climb the stairs of the smallest walking area of Sweden. But above all, enjoy the time in this small part of Stockholm #givethanks