We loved being based here for part of our stay in Stockholm. We found that many of the restaurants, bars, and coffee shops we wanted to visit were here and it was only a short (and beautiful) walk into Gamla Stan. We also enjoyed the views of the rest of the city from Sodermalm as well as the neighborhoody feel... 更多
Great people watching in the SOFO (south of Folkungagaten) area--we went on a Saturday night and the place was hopping, but I'm sure it's lively/interesting for shopping, eating, drinking most of the day and night.
This area is worth visiting just to get the wonderful view of Gamla Stan from Fjallgatan. It's easy to get to by underground or its a 10 minute walk from the Old Town. On a fine day it's spectacular! One really appreciates the wonderful water view from this suburb. Wander around and enjoy!
Södermalm is a pretty cool place to hang out. It has so many small streets, cafes, clothe stores, just a lot fun and interesting places to see. Like all of stockholm, södermalm is great to just walk around. Watch out for cyclists though!
Even though this is not an attraction itself it is an area of the city which is definitely worth the visit. This is an area to just walk around and get immersed in a more local viewpoint of life in Stockholm. In this area you will find universities, restaurants, shopping and a different view to the city.
Sodermalm is one of the most popular area in Stockholm city. You can find a lot of desing store, coffe shop, restauran etc. this place is so cool. You must walk around the streets and experience the hidden part of the city.
Unpretentious working-class area where ordinary people live, work and drink coffee. Bohemian/hipster feel in places, with some great cafés. Imagine yourself in Mikael Blomkvist's world as you walk around. An underrated part of town.
Apart from all the nice bars, restaurants and shops at Gotgatan and nearby, be sure to explore the beautiful north-eastern area of the island (Fjallgatan, Asogatan, Sofia Kyrka - lots of old timey wooden huts), as well as the Monteliusvagen/Malarstrand with the most spectacular views of the city.
Go to Hornsgatan there are lots of Galleries and also a nice Tea Shop. You can also eat there at a place callng itself Scandinavian Fastfood. Go to the Elevator to enjoy the view and to the terace at the Södra Theater!
Yeah sure, you sometimes need to take a stroll here to get to a shop or a restaurant, but in itself? Some of the houses are really neat to look at, but I would still say that you should spend your time in other places of Stockholm. The Old City (Gamla Stan) is well worth a visit.
... Stockholm has much more to offer, so if you have few days to spend here: let's pass over directly to the old town, museums and shopping centers. Jf you want pass here a couplle of hours I suggest Stockholm free tour (about 2h and 2km walking uphill and downhill learning more things)
Just stroll around and enjoy the vicinity. The place is full of odd stores and nice bars. Have a beer or two a Medborgarplatsen and just watch people go by.
Sodermalm has a laid back atmosphere. Its many offerings include the modern/new and vintage. Pleasant to stroll up and down the main shopping street and enjoying a cup of coffee at the many side walk cafes.
Lots of good bars and restaurants. Not too expensive. Attractive area to stay in and felt like an authentic part of Stockholm to stay in with easy travel around the city.
Söder is the area of where the youths gather (mostly the hipsters) and have fun. There are lots of restaurants, cafes, bars, and nightclubs. Stockholm nightlife central.