Östermalm Nightlife Walk, Stockholm

If you enjoy glamor and style, this nightlife tour of Stockholm is exactly what you need. Östermalm is an affluent area of the city, with higher prices and exclusive nightclubs. Put on your trendy clothes, fill your pockets with kronas, be patient in line and get the party started! Don’t miss the opportunity to check out some of Stockholm’s best nightclubs.
You can follow this self-guided walking tour to explore the attractions listed below. How it works: download the app "GPSmyCity: Walks in 1K+ Cities" from iTunes App Store or Google Play to your mobile phone or tablet. The app turns your mobile device into a personal tour guide and its built-in GPS navigation functions guide you from one tour stop to next. The app works offline, so no data plan is needed when traveling abroad.

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Östermalm Nightlife Walk Map

Guide Name: Östermalm Nightlife Walk
Guide Location: Sweden » Stockholm (See other walking tours in Stockholm)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 5
Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.1 km
Author: rose
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East

1) East

East bar and restaurant is a cool place in Stockholm catering to the lovers of Asian cuisine. Established in 1989, it has been unique in terms of ultra-modern atmosphere featuring high-tech Japanese setting. The place is also known for its outdoor seating area, much popular with dinners in the summer, and a cool watering hole, as well for hosting live DJ shows year round. The bar is open daily until 3 o'clock in the morning.
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Spy Bar

2) Spy Bar

The Spy Bar is considered Stockholm’s most famous nightclub. This legendary club attracts local celebrities, offering electronic, funk and rock. If you want to get in, it is a good idea to arrive early. Be ready to wait in line and pay premium cover and drink prices. It is always crowded, and the party goes until five in the morning. Age of admittance is 23.
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V (A Five Star Experience)

3) V (A Five Star Experience)

V (A Five Star Experience), located on the upper floor of the famous Sturecompagniet, is known for its glamorous atmosphere. Famous actors, models and other celebrities frequent this club. Open Fridays and Saturdays, cameras are not permitted inside.
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Sturecompagniet

4) Sturecompagniet

Sturecompagniet, one of Stockholm’s most famous nightclubs, is located in a 19th century building. The club contains four halls on two levels. Don’t forget to check out the furry pink sofas in the Rainbow Room. This club is considered one of the favorite hangouts for Swedish celebrities. It is open from Thursday through Saturday.
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Hell's Kitchen

5) Hell's Kitchen

Hell's Kitchen, located below Sturecompagniet with a separate entrance, is a stylish nightclub. Its creative mix of surroundings, including 19th century Tokyo and modern Los Angeles, and sophisticated service is well worth the premium prices. It features house and the latest dance music until 5:00 am.

Walking Tours in Stockholm, Sweden

Create Your Own Walk in Stockholm

Create Your Own Walk in Stockholm

Creating your own self-guided walk in Stockholm is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
Södermalm Cultural Walk

Södermalm Cultural Walk

Södermalm, or "Söder" for short, is a borough in central Stockholm, incorporating a large island of the same name (formerly known as "Åsön"). Although considered an island, the water surrounding Södermalm to the north and south does not flow freely, but passes through a series of locks. Visitors are charmed by the borough's narrow, cobbled streets and neat squares, as well as the cute little red cottages - a mixture of working class housing and wealthy dwellings (summer houses and pavilions, including Emanuel Swedenborg's pavilion, originally built here, but later relocated to an open-air museum in Skansen, Stockholm). For anyone wanting to appreciate Stockholm fully, a visit to Södermalm is a must!

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.3 km
Gamla Stan Walk, Part 2

Gamla Stan Walk, Part 2

Gamla stan (The Old Town) is the oldest part of Stockholm, officially known until 1980 as “The Town Between Bridges” (Staden mellan broarna). Established in the 13th century, the area abounds in medieval alleyways, cobbled streets, and archaic architecture, showing a great deal of North German influence. Among the many places of interest found here are The Stockholm Stock Exchange (built originally between 1773 and 1778), The Bonde Palace (arguably, the most prominent monument of the Swedish Empire period), and The House of Nobility (keeping records and acts of the Swedish nobility). Follow this guide to see Stockholm the way it used to be back in the old days!

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.1 km
Östermalm Cultural Walk, Part 2

Östermalm Cultural Walk, Part 2

Östermalm is one of the most populous districts in Stockholm. An impressive number of official buildings, museums and higher public educational institutions are located in Östermalm. Take this tour to visit Musikmuseet, Swedish History Museum, Museum of Ethnography, several art galleries and many others.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.0 km
Norrmalm Cultural Walk, Part 1

Norrmalm Cultural Walk, Part 1

Once an independent city, Norrmalm has been a part of Stockholm (one of its central areas, these days) since 1635. Many of Norrmalm's old buildings were torn down during the 1950s-60s to clear space for modern construction. Still, the most notable pieces of local architecture are in place and reveal a wide range of styles - Late Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque. Among the many places of interest found here are the Strindberg Museum (the last dwelling place of the Swedish author August Strindberg, a.k.a. "Blå tornet" (The Blue Tower)), the cemetery in which René Descartes was buried in 1650 before his remains were moved to France; and the Stockholm Concert Hall. To see these and other attractions of the Swedish capital, follow this guide and enjoy!

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.5 km
Norrmalm Cultural Walk, Part 2

Norrmalm Cultural Walk, Part 2

Once an independent city, Norrmalm has been a part of Stockholm (one of its central areas, these days) since 1635. Many of Norrmalm's old buildings were torn down during the 1950s-60s to clear space for modern construction. Still, the most notable pieces of local architecture are in place and reveal a wide range of styles - Late Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque. The district is a home to The Royal Swedish Opera, The Medelhavsmuseet (Mediterranean Museum) and Moderna Museet (modern and contemporary art museum) hosting one of the richest modern art collections in the world. To see these and other places of interest of the Swedish capital, follow this guide and enjoy!

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.8 km
Riddarholmen Landmarks Walk in Stockholm

Riddarholmen Landmarks Walk in Stockholm

Riddarholmen, a small island that is part of Gamla Stan, houses several beautiful historical buildings dating back to the 17th century. Its most important landmark is Riddarholmen Church, the burial place of Swedish monarchs. The Old Riksdag Building is also located here. The western side of the island offers a spectacular view of the bay, Riddarfjärden. Discover Riddarholmen’s historical landmarks in the following guide.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 0.8 km

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