JessicaHello! Im Jessica (18 year old)based in Stockholm sweden, One of my biggest passions in life is to travel!💛I hope to travel as many countries as possible and love a good hangout and getting to know new people and exchange mid experiences is something Im Looking forward to Due through this app!:)
ShakkeI am girl who lives to travel and always open to see great places and people.
AllegraI enjoy being happy and seeing others happy, I love animals, vegan food and nature. I dance a lot and use very long nails ✨
Can host for 2 daysI am a 26 yr old Swedish woman who is travelling Europe for an art conference for the climate. Now I am travelling back from Italy through France and Netherlands ~ would love to meet and stay with some cool ladies. ☺️🌍🛼🖼
LisonI'm living in Drôme in France ans trye to discover the World little by little. I'm doing a lot off art, Reading Books and loving (ultra loving) dogs.
LillyHi, my name is Lilly, I‘m (almost) 18 years old and graduate school this spring. Afterwards I would love to visit Scandinavia. I‘m looking for someone to join me. Travelling together and sharing special moments is much more fun than experiencing that alone.
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Södermalm is the cool and ”trendy” party of Stockholm. Great bars and cool places to eat, great vitabge stores and cute small shops, nice to just walk around in too! ”Östermalm” is the fancier part, with pretty buildning, nice stores and lovely resturants. A bit more expensive. The old town, small but really worth the visit. Skansen is cool if you want too see animals like moose, bears and other cool swedish animals. We have lots of museeums. My favourite is the photography museeum. If you want a nice view of Stockholm, pleease don’t miss Skinnarviksberget, or the viewpoint out on Långholmen. So pretty for sunset and very popular amongst locals. For walking around, Djurgården is gorgeous and Långholmen too. Stockholm is very pretty for walking around and exploring the parks etc. The metro and bus system is so good here and you can get anywhere with it, and also renting the scooters that are just parked along the streets is a good way for getting around for just a small fee if you’re tired of walking long distances.
I went a few weeks ago and had a great time. I stayed at the Generator Hostel which was social and a had good location. I went to Skansen and had a great time. The metro stations had amazing art on the walls so spent time looking at those as they were so cool! The photography and modern art museums were really good too.
Stockholm is so fun!! Ugglan bar was cool, they have a bunch of games. Skansen open air museum was cool too, lots of animals and then cultural things. We rented the little electric scooters to get around the city. We stayed at the Best Western Plus, was nice and decent free breakfast.
Stockholm was my first solo trip, felt super safe and amazing. I stayed at “STF af Chapman & Skeppsholmen” hostel, I opted for this as I wanted some company being the first time I went somewhere alone. The hostel is really close to the city center, I reached 90% of the main sights walking, then used the public transport which felt very safe too. Skansen was really nice, I loved the Royal palace too and did the archipelago tour. It took me 3.30 hours and it was so so beautiful, I did it at sunset. Food can be expensive but there’s lots of nice pastries for not that much and definitely splurge for at least couple meals to try local food, I loved it!! Lingonberries have my heart.
Been there solo last Spring. I stayed at Rygerfjord, a former fish boat from Norway turned into a hostel. Good location as well. I mostly walked around and been to museums. Loved having fika, especially at Fabrique.
I was in Stockholm a few weeks ago and had the best time. We spent a day walking around Gamla stan and that area of the city and absolutely loved it. We are ABBA fans so went to the museum and also really enjoyed that. If you like their music it’s worth every penny. The Vasa museum was also really cool, so worth looking into. My sister and I stayed in the Generator in one of their female dorm rooms. It’s the nicest hostel I’ve stayed in by far and is reasonably priced.
Go to Skansen (its a beautiful walk there from the subway/train/central Stockholm), don't take the bus or spårvagn. You have to go when its not raining, there is an amazing view when the sun sets from centralbron and södermälarstrand (the mountain/cliff on Södermalm). You should eat at pinchos, they have a super cool concept and great food (they have a few locations in Stockholm). Gamla stan (old town), I wouldn't recommend buying anything there because its a tourist trap and everything is overpriced. Don't look super touristy cause there are (apparently) many thieves there, I’ve never seen one myself during my 19 years in Stockholm though. You should buy cinnamon rolls (kanelbullar) preferably stenugns bakade, my favorite place is fabrique in sergelgången (by Sergels torg ”T-Centralen” under the mall ”gallerian”). If you like museums and art I would recommend fotografiska on Södermalm, by slussen. They are open late so I would go there after dark when there is nothing else to do. Don't go to vasamuseumet or gröna Lund.
Things to do: - Vasa museum - Gamla Stan - Nordiska Museet - Stockholm Public Library - Drottningholm Palace Safety: I felt very safe walking alone. Recommendations: Stockholm is such a beautiful city with great food, but it’s expensive.
Things to do: - Coloured houses of Gamla Stan and Östermalm - ABBA museum - Metro stations - Fotografiska museum - Vasa Museum - The Royal Palace Safety: I felt totally safe as a female traveler. Recommendations: Stockholm is nice, but I was there in winter and I got bored within a few days.
Things to do: - Vasa Museum - Skansen - The Royal Palace - Drottningholm Palace - Fotografiska - Gröna Lund - ABBA The Museum - Stockholm City Hall Safety: Stockholm is incredibly safe. Recommendations: Stockholm is very fun, but quite expensive! Definitely worth checking out in the warmer months. Lots of bars/clubs, and everyone spoke English.
Yes, Stockholm is generally considered to be a safe city for solo female travelers. The city has a low crime rate and is generally considered to be a safe place to explore. However, as with any city, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings.
Yes, Stockholm is a great destination for solo travelers. The city is very safe and has a lot to offer in terms of culture, history, and entertainment. There are plenty of activities to do alone, such as exploring the city's many museums, parks, and attractions. Additionally, Stockholm is known for its friendly locals, so you should have no problem finding someone to chat with or ask for advice.
Yes, Stockholm can be expensive for solo travellers. Prices for accommodation, food, and transportation can be higher than in other cities. However, there are ways to save money, such as staying in hostels, eating at budget restaurants, and taking public transportation.
Explore the Old Town
Take a stroll through the cobblestone streets of Gamla Stan, the old town of Stockholm, and explore its many attractions, including the Royal Palace, the Nobel Museum, and the Stockholm Cathedral.
Visit the Vasa Museum
The Vasa Museum is a must-see for anyone visiting Stockholm. It houses the Vasa, a 17th-century warship that sank in the harbor in 1628 and was salvaged in 1961.
Take a Boat Tour
Take a boat tour of the city and its many islands, and get a unique perspective of Stockholm from the water.
Visit the Abba Museum
If you’re a fan of the Swedish pop group ABBA, then you won’t want to miss the ABBA Museum. It’s a great way to learn more about the band and their music.
Stockholm is a great place to shop, with plenty of boutiques, department stores, and markets to explore.
Visit the Skansen Open-Air Museum
The Skansen Open-Air Museum is a great way to learn more about Swedish culture and history. It’s a living museum with traditional buildings, animals, and activities.
Take a Food Tour
Take a food tour of Stockholm and taste some of the city’s best dishes.
Visit the Moderna Museet
The Moderna Museet is a great place to explore modern and contemporary art.
Take a Bike Tour
Take a bike tour of Stockholm and explore the city in a unique way.
Visit the Fotografiska Museum
The Fotografiska Museum is a great place to explore photography from around the world.
Yes, Stockholm is generally considered to be a safe city for solo travelers. However, as with any city, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to stay in well-lit areas at night, avoid carrying large amounts of cash, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Stockholm is generally considered to be a safe city, even at night. However, as with any city, it is always advisable to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings.