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If you are looking to explore the islands outside of Stockholm, Fjaderholmarna is the closest one. It is tiny, with a few restaurants, a brewery, and a chocolate shop. You can walk a loop around the island in about 10 minutes. It rained when we...More
Dont expect too much from this little island unless you just want to have dinner or lunch in a calm atmosphere. The island is served by two boat companies from two different ports every hour (during the summer time).
I think one hour is enough...More
A small island, 30 minutes away from the city centre. If the weather is good, this is a nice trip - the island is a lovely little place with little workshops, shops and restaurants. Altough it's much smaller than I expected - you don't need...More
25 mins by ferryboat to another world. Former Naval station closed for the public now transformed with fine eateries, boat museum, etc. And a magnificent view of the finest villas in Stockholm and the city from the sea.
If you only have a very short timeframe for experiencing the Stockholm archipelago then you will probably visit this island as it is only a short ferry journey from downtown. It is only a small island and whilst it is nice, it doesn't feel as...More
When you only have a couple of days in Stockholm, this island is easily reached and can be covered in a half day. Gives you a taste of the archipelago
Charming little shops with artisans, a few surprisingly good restaurants, a brewery and whiskey distillery...More
If you need a bit of downtime from the frenetic tourist scene of Stockholm, take a short ferry ride from the Nybroplan/Strandvägen terminal to the wonderful little island of Fjäderholmarna and spend a couple of hours or so leisurely exploring this gem. Easy walking over...More
What a fabulous place to have some downtime in Stockholm. Half an hour on the ferry brings you to the closest archipelago island but yet you feel you are transported much further. So peaceful with stunning views.
A few bars/cafes to pause at. Spend a...More