We round up some of our favourite articles of 2015.
In 2015, Slow Travel Stockholm continued to grow with talented contributors who help strengthened STS with their unique voices and we launched a special section called “Local Voices” where we’ll be introducing you to locals and some of their favourite things to do in Stockholm.
In 2016, we hope to bring on key sponsors and partners who share our vision and passion for the concept of slow travel. We would love to keep bringing you deeper coverage of and more untold stories from Stockholm so you can see a different side of this city we love so much.
So grab a cup of coffee and check out some of our favourite stories from 2015. And if you’d like to share your own stories of exploring Stockholm beyond the standard guidebooks, please get in touch.
Stockholmskällan: Explore Stockholm’s History – Lola A. Åkerström spotlights a rich resource and app that explores Stockholm’s history through the ages in realtime.
Slow Commons – Creating Sustainable Spaces – Ylva Rancken-Lutz is fascinated by how urban space is mentally produced by city planners, materially by construction workers and socially used by people. The visionary behind the new concept, Slow Commons, shares more about creating sustainable spaces in Stockholm.
Going hyperlocal in Hägersten – Photographer and editor Alexander Farnsworth takes us through his neighborhood of Hägersten via hyperlocal photography.
In search of vinyl – Lola A. Åkerström spotlights some record stores in Stockholm.
Husmanskost 101 – Swedish Soul Food – Lola A. Åkerström introduces you to husmanskost – Swedish soul food – and some of the best places to eat traditional Swedish food in Stockholm.
Translating Stockholm’s Metro…literally – Lola A. Åkerström spotlights a cool and whimsical map of Stockholm’s metro you probably don’t want to use for practical navigation.
In Photos: Inside Ringen’s Teatern – Lola A. Åkerström spotlights newly launched food court – Teatern – inside Ringen centrum.
Stockholm’s Historic Pubs – Sampling Viking mead and microbrews, Kendra Valentine goes on a crawl of Stockholm’s historic pubs.
Looking forward to sharing more stories from Stockholm in 2016 and thank you for being a wonderful part of this journey with us!