As the capital of Sweden, Stockholm is a vibrant city with a lot of history. When I visited I felt the city was quite accessible except for Gamla Stan and Old Town, which had cobblestone roads.

The train system is very accessible and you can even take a wheelchair friendly train from the airport to the center city in 15 minutes.

Hotels


 

Hilton Stockholm Slussen
Address: Guldgränd 8
104 65 Stockholm
Sweden
Phone: +46 8 517 353 00

Address: Vasagatan 1
101 24 Stockholm
Sweden
Phone: +46 8 506 540 00

 

Courtyard of Marriott Kungsholmen
Address: Rålambshovsleden 50
112 19 Stockholm
Sweden
Phone: +46 8 441 31 00

 

Sheraton Stockholm Hotel 
Address: Tegelbacken 6
101 23 Stockholm
Sweden
Phone: +46 8 412 34 00

 

Restaurants


 

Rolfs Kok
Swedish/Scandinavian cuisine
Address: Tegnérgatan 41
111 61 Stockholm
Sweden
Phone: +46 8-101 69 67

 

Pelikan
Scandinavian
Address: Blekingegatan 40
116 62 Stockholm
Sweden
Phone: +08-556 090 90

 

Farang
Asian 
Address: Tulegatan 7
113 53 Stockholm
Phone: +46 8-673 74 00

 

Points of Interest


 

Sea suit exhibit at Vasa museum
At the Vasa museum

 

 

Royal Canal Tour
Stockholm Canals
Address:  Nybrohamnen 4, 111 47 Stockholm, Sweden
Phone: +46 8 120 040 00

Rating: A-

 

Vasa Museum
17th Century Swedish Ship
Address: Galärvarvsvägen 14, 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden
Phone: +46 8 519 548 00

Rating: A 

Airport


Arlanda Airport is very accessible compared to other European cities. If flying to Stockholm, I highly recommend flying with SAS. SAS just made flying less stressful and they were quite friendly.

Rating: A+

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