The Swedish capital of Stockholm is an attractive travel alternative with its architecture, art centers and delicacies.\n\n\n\nBreakfast at The Cadier Bar\n\n\n\nLocated in the Grand Hotel, Mathias Dahlgren is a Michelin star... We prefer to come to the hotel for dinner instead of brunch. She has a breakfast that deserves a Michelin star. You have to book The Cadier Bar, which is located within the hotel for brunch. Book in advance to get window seating view as it is really worthy. Staff is very professional it seems to get very crowded which is good but could be a bit slower. Don't go in a rush. We highly recommend the cocktail selection.\n\n\n\nTime travel in Skansen\n\n\n\nIt was one of the museums that affected me. Skansen was built like a real town. It starts from 1720 to 1965. You meet people from history and accompany them in shops. Every detail that you can think of from the oven and its tailor is considered.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nArt in Moderna Museet\n\n\n\nIn addition to contemporary exhibitions, you must visit the museum where famous names such as Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso are also on display.\n\n\n\nExplore the streets in Gamla Stan\n\n\n\nGamla Stan is the historic island of the city. Old Swedish houses and royal buildings are located in this region. Even his name goes by the Old Town. Here you can find boutiques, streets, hiking. On the streets of Vasterlanggatan and \u00d6sterlanggatan there are many different restaurants, try one spontaneously.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nEat dinner at W\u00e4rdshuset Ulla Winbladh\n\n\n\nFrom the moment you enter the gate, you will feel the warmth of your home. The fusion effect prevails on their meals. You can choose the small meatballs served with cream sauce, mashed potatoes and red cranberry or the fish you can cook on their own, they are all delicious.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nGo to the Night Cafe Opera\n\n\n\nWe went to the Christmas party here. It was one of the nightclubs I had the most fun. They didn't give up on history and style. With the decoration, you are returning to the 18th century. I suggest you go and see it one night.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nTaste local delicacies in \u00d6stermalm\n\n\n\nA very large market from the 1880s; \u00d6stermalm. It has many restaurants and cafes, the right place to try local tastes. The exact information you're going to lose yourself inside is closed on Sundays except for 09.30 - 17.00.