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Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz - two of the most renowned Swedish architects - joined forces 1915 to design this cemetary, which became a UNESCO World Heritage in 1994.
With its vast natural forest areas, uniquely integrated with cleverly designed landscaped spaces and buildings, Skogskyrkogården is truly one of a kind. Natural, open and with clear features of Scandinavian functionalism....
Came for a Hammerby football (soccer) game. There is a little bit of a walk from the metro to the arena, but nothing bad. We arrived after doors had already opened, so no waiting around. Found our seats easily and the "family section" was nice and tame. Restrooms were clean. We didn't try the food, so I can't speak to...
"Great Experience for design and engineering, but views are average"
reviewed 13 March 2020 by nigelw1992
I have been to the Globen many years ago to attend a concert and knew of the Skyview but had never done it. Thought on my latest trip to Stockholm to see what it was like.
The pre-flight video was frankly pointless in my view. The pod itself is quite cool and the general engineering in how they’ve got it...
"Cool place where you canm feel the old history of Sweden"
reviewed 14 February 2017 by Mattias H
This place defines old. Serene setting, calm and peaceful. Then you have this massive field of graves from ancient times. Well worth a visit. Bring something to eat and drink and make it a picnic (there are great places to sit and eat.
The burgers here are amazing, ate in here a couple of times while visiting family and loved it. Very well priced and portion sizes are spot on. Will 100% come back here next time we visit. Highly reccomended
got there at midnight, because our first booked hotel closed down. Angel Hannah gave all to get an accomodation for us in the fully booked stockholm - led us about 15km through stockholm for the last room of Maudes sisterhotel
I was traveling with my husband for work and this hotel was fine; typical European hotel room: small and a shower where the water gets all over the place. The hotel was located in a great area for travel and had a cute bar they were utilized for business and pleasure. The restaurant was also pretty good.
Pretty spacious room in simple Scandinavian design. Partially unpaved fastest way on foot from commuter train station - Arstaberg. Fortunately there was no snow, when I stayed there. Pretty helpful and reactive staff.
"Støj, industrikvarter, vil ikke anbefale: Noice, industial quarter, cant recomend"
reviewed 10 August 2017 by Jeanette V
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Størrelse på værelset til 1 person ✔
Nyt badeværelse ✔
Morgenmad klar til tiden ✔
Venligt personale ✔
Ikke ryger hotel ✔
24 timers bemanding i receptionen ✔
MEN....men men ...
Meget Støj hele dagen også fra biler/lastbiler 🚫
Ildelugtende industriområde 🚫
Morgenmadsudvalg og hygiejne omkring maden og juicen 🚫
Superbly located within short walking distance of central station, very cosy, great service, nice personal touch, rooms have good workable desk, international tv, good shower, not much hanging space but highly recommended for a 1-2 night stay.