In Photos: Stockholm Pride 2016

Stockholm Pride 2016

Photographer and travel blogger Katarina Wohlfart takes us through Stockholm Pride 2016 in photos.

Stockholm Pride 2016


All photos by Katarina Wohlfart

Stockholm’s inner city was bathed in rainbow colors for several days. There were countless souvenirs to buy along its streets – from wigs, flags and scarves to a whole Pride outfit. People in the parade had adorned themselves extravagantly and were dancing to vibrant music.

Single people, couples and families. Teenagers and adults. Men and women. Gay, bisexual, straight, and trans-gendered people were all there. The atmosphere was perfect.

I met Alex at the city center and we walked from the City Hall Bridge along Vasagatan to Kungsgatan and all the way to Stureplan in the parade. Along with 45,000 other people with an estimated half a million watching.

What an unbelievable party!

Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016
Stockholm Pride 2016

Author: Katarina Wohlfart

Katarina Wohlfart is a Swedish travel blogger with her feet on solid ground in Stockholm. Inspired by nature, cities and food, she loves to explore her home, neighbouring countries as well as remote places with equal amount of enthusiasm. She blogs at Äntligen Vilse

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