One-third water, one-third green spaces, one-third beautifully harmonious architecture dating back nine centuries, Stockholm is a city of waterside promenades, canals, elegant public squares and spacious parks, where the Baltic Sea meets Lake Malaren. Take a guided kayak tour through Stockholm's beautiful waterside suburbs or stroll through the cozy laneways and inviting squares of Gamla Stan, Stockholm's city centre and its proud heart. Hotels, restaurants, even the tiniest vegan cafe, all are designed, furnished and decorated intelligently and stylishly. Everywhere you look, from the fashion district to the city's boutiques and restaurants, Swedish style adds touches of beauty to every nook and cranny. With Stockholm Style Guide as your companion, you'll find expert tips that will guide you to the extraordinary that this city has to offer.
About the Author
Lisa Arnold has a degree in German and Scandinavian Studies and has lived in Stockholm since 2013. From there she writes on all things Scandinavian and as Foreign Correspondent, she reports for the Vienna Times on news and culture throughout Northern Europe.