Stockholm Resources for TBEX

Resources for Travel Bloggers: TBEX Stockholm

From July 14-16, the largest conference for travel bloggers called Travel Blog Exchange (TBEX) will be hosted in Stockholm.


Here on Slow Travel Stockholm, I share insider knowledge that travelers to the city will find helpful in terms of navigating some of the cultural and social nuances, a lot of free and affordable places to visit, activities to try, and unique restaurants to sample.

I’ve pulled out a couple resources I think are particularly pertinent for travel bloggers coming to Stockholm for TBEX. You can of course search through our archives in the menu above for more on exploring Stockholm .

Insider Resources

For what’s on and other cool offbeat events going on, check out our partner DoToday Stockholm.

Eating in Stockholm

The Bloggers’ Guide to Stockholm

I also reached out to fellow travel bloggers who have been to Stockholm in the past to share some of their resources as well.

WIT Travel –
A Time Traveler’s Guide to Stockholm

Äntligen vilse – Äntligen vilses gratisguide till Stockholm (in Swedish)

Skye Travels – Stockholm is One Step from Perfect

Sweden Tips Stockholm

Traveleira – Chokladkoppen: The place on Stockholm’s postcards

Petite Adventures – Stockholm is the reason for my wanderlust | Wanderlust Wednesday: Stockholm

Real Scandinavia – A Walking Tour of Stockholm’s Old Town

Runaway Brit – 7 Great Ways to Spend Summer in Stockholm – 72 Hours in Stockholm

A Brit & A Southerner – How to make the most of 24 hours in Stockholm

Living by the sea – Stockholm Archives (in Dutch)

Life in Norway – A Weekend in Stockholm

Word Geisha – Photos: Changing of the Guards in Stockholm

Do you have any resources you’d like me to add above? Please share it below.

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Author: Lola A. Åkerström

Lola Akinmade Åkerström is an award-winning writer, photographer, and travel blogger, and is also the Founder/Editor-in-chief of Slow Travel Stockholm. Her photography is represented by National Geographic Creative. She tweets at @LolaAkinmade.

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