5 great neighbourhoods to visit in Stockholm

1) Birkastan

The western part of central Stockholm is home to many restaurants, cafes, small speciality shops, furniture restorers and record stores. The area around Sankt Eriksplan mainly consists of workmen's dwellings built in the Nordic Classicism style in the early 1900s. Tip: drop by Acne’s archive shop where you can snap up discounted gems from the past decade.

a view of the river and the Birkastan neighbourhood

Metro: St Eriksplan

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