Visiting Stockholm before the game

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Visiting Stockholm before the game

Post by jurgen975 » 03 May 2012, 07:53

This is 4th time that i am going to visit stockholm before the game,what I would like to know is what are the best nightclubs/bars to visit in the weekend.
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Post by Waldo » 03 May 2012, 10:31

Visit the Armemuseum. Very interesting and good designed museum with a lot of cool stuff.
Go to Gröna Lund. It is a small theme park with a spectecular view on the gamla stan. Go there in the evening when the sun sets and they turn on the lighting. after 7pm you get a discount entry which is totally worth the money

And very important for me when i come to stockholm: I HAVE TO eat a 7/11 köttbullar-sub. Its awesome :wink:
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Post by Igby » 03 May 2012, 12:49

almost every bar and nightclub are great in stockholm actually, just make sure to see all the the beauty of stockholm instead.
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Post by jurgen975 » 03 May 2012, 13:55

Can you guys tell me which clubs/bars are good?.
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Post by kjsaw » 04 May 2012, 22:45

jurgen975 wrote:Can you guys tell me which clubs/bars are good?.
That is all going to depend on what you think is good, and how much you are prepared to pay for drinks.
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Post by jurgen975 » 05 May 2012, 20:29

I think I am going to find enough information on the internet but would be nice if somebody could share some personal experience.
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Post by Hoggie » 07 May 2012, 19:01

The weekend before berget this year is Midsummer. This means that alot of parties are going down in Sweden.

My tip for a good night out in Stockholm is Café Opera (Karl XII:s torg Operahuset), Spy Bar or Sturecompagniet (Stureplan). If you are into rock/metal music you can allways go to Harry B James (Regeringsgatan. 47) or Pub Anchor (Sveavägen 90).

The first three are abit more expensive, but thay usually have the best midsummers-parties.

Otherwise you can allways visit Systembolaget and a Supermarket, buy a few beers, meat and "engångsgrill" and go to one of Stockholms many parks. Its a nice way of spending midsummers.

There is alot of nice pubs and bars and the best ones are found when walking.

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Post by jurgen975 » 07 May 2012, 23:04

Hoggie wrote:The weekend before berget this year is Midsummer. This means that alot of parties are going down in Sweden.
He man that are some good tips I have been a couple of times in Stockholm and was under the impression that i have seen it all.
So what do you have to pay to get in?
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Post by Hoggie » 10 May 2012, 20:26

At Café Opera its usuallt 200 SEK (Approx 20 euros) entrance. I'm not sure how it is at midsummers.

Harry B James is 60 SEK.

Sturecompagniet is around 150 SEK.

Spy Bar is also around 150 SEK.

And lastly Pub Anchor is 20 SEK wardrobe fee, if I remeber correctly.

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Post by RRP Taksi » 25 Jun 2012, 09:45

Otherwise you can allways visit Systembolaget and a Supermarket, buy a few beers, meat and "engångsgrill" and go to one of Stockholms many parks. Its a nice way of spending midsummers.
Keep in mind that the cityordnance open-container laws are sometimes enforced...

Try the the bars, clubs and pubs around Medborgarplatsen on Södermalm also.
There are cheap and nasty places that go down well there also.
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