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Stockholm Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC

Stockholm Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC

The capital of Sweden is an exquisite work of art, with nature, history and culture woven together to form a rich tapestry. Find out what you can do and see during your layover in Stockholm.

What to do in Stockholm for 24h to 48h

Walk around Gamla Stan – This was the original area of the city and here you’ll see centuries-old buildings, the Nobel Museum, the Royal Palace, cobblestone streets, and the ancient homes of the aristocracy. It is one of the most beautiful and historic city centers in Europe.

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Tour the archipelago – Stockholm is surrounded by beautiful islands and waterways.

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Enjoy the city by bike – Rent a bike (240 SEK per day) or treat yourself to a bike tour of the city.

Enjoy Stockholm’s wild nightlife – Stockholm is known for their nightclubs and bars. It may be expensive but Swedes love to go out and party. Hit the clubs and party with the locals. Watch out for the blackjack tables (they have them at every club!). Some of the best places are: Strand, Anchor, Retro, Underbar, 54, Utecompagniet, Rose, and Soap Bar. The main nightlife area is called Strueplan. WOC Tip: Expect to pay 100-200 SEK per club just in entrance fees!

Wander around Skansen – Skansen was the first open-air museum in the world. It’s also a zoological garden specializing in Nordic fauna, such as moose, reindeer, bear, wolf, lynx, and wolverine. Located on the island of Djurgården, it features over 150 historic buildings from previous centuries. Hosts and hostesses in historic costumes further enhance this attraction, and domestic occupations such as weaving, spinning, and glass blowing are demonstrated. WOC Tip : Entry is 100-180 SEK depending on the season.

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Visit the Museum of National Antiquities – If you’re interested in Scandinavian history, this museum covers the stone age to the Vikings

Walk along Monteliusvägen – This is a mile long walking path that offers fantastic views of Lake Mälaren.

Food in Stockholm

Restaurang Kaffegillet is home of a basement pub  and the basement has been around since the 1300s. Kaffegillet offers a menu of traditional Swedish food, and the atmosphere is very cozy and inviting.

Smak is a very unique restaurant, where you choose three, five, or seven flavors from the dinner menu, and are then presented with a variety of dishes and flavours to taste. ‘Smak’ in Swedish means ‘taste’, and you will definitely have the opportunity to do so at Smak.

where to eat in stockholm

Aifur Krog & Bar is a restaurant completely themed on the Viking Age. Aifur follows the Viking theme from the decor, to the food, to the atmosphere. For a truly unique experience, Aifur offers a great option to travelers.

Flight Attendants discounts in Sweden

World Of Crew gets you a few awesome deals only for cabin crews in Stockholm. Have a look into these and let us know if you manage to visit them during your layover!

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Any cool experience to share in Stockholm ?

How was your layover in Stockholm? Did you discover any new places? If so, please do share these useful tips with your fellow cabin crew, by commenting below!

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