A Weekend in STOCKHOLM

By Maria Rosaria

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DAY 1________

10.30  HAVE A TOUR IN SoFo 

Have breakfast at Il Caffé. If you want to enjoy a weekend in Stockholm the best way to start is a great cappuccino and some tasty muffins and that’s the place to go! Now you are ready for SoFo. The name of SoFo is a clear pun of the similar Soho areas in London and Manhattan and in fact it represent the beating heart of fashion, art and design of Stockholm. After your coolhunting tour through this emerging area, have an organic lunch at the Urban Deli, a trendy resto-bar-grocery store literally in the middle of SoFo.
Urban Deli Stockholm - La Coquette Italienne

15.00   GAMLA STAN!

If you go in Stockholm you must have a walk in Gamla Stan, the hold city. The “town between the bridges” is one island standing in between the North and the South of the city. The best thing to do is to walk randomly through the tiny streets until you find the Stortorget square. This is the main square and the former merchant core of Stockholm with the amazing Stock Exchange building. Then don’t miss the Royal Palace and the Stockholm cathedral.
Stoccolma La Coquette



After the trendy side of Stockholm you must try its traditions in food. Pelikan is one of the most traditional swedish restaurants and beer halls. Its history goes back to its foundation in 1664 in Gamla Stan. After that the restaurant changes many properties and locations but if you can still breath the Stockholm history while you enjoy their special köttbullar.
Pelikan 2KOTBULLAR La Coquette Italienne



Located on one of the Gamla Stan neighbourhood’s coziest streets, Cultur Bar is great for a romantic dinner, but works just as well for a special glass of wine.
cultur bar la coquette italienne



The Story Hotel Stureplan is a very nice boutique hotel ideal for you short stay in Stockholm, being at 10 minutes by walk to Gamla Stan. It is located in a very nice area where you can enjoy the famous nightlife of Stockholm clubs and a huge amount of restaurants and shops. The rooms are really nice with a kind of retro-vintage taste, but rich in comfort and cured in furniture. Although the hotel service is not a 5*, the personnel is young, quick and always ready to meet your requests.
story hotel - la coquette italienne story hotel bath - la coquette italienne



DAY 2_______


This bakery-cafe is very close to the hotel. Just go in and order the Stockholm’s best cinnamon bun.
Saturnus La Coquette Italienne



Stureplan, the area of your Story Hotel  is a high-end distric in central Stockholm. If you have some spare time for shopping and you are looking for a complete outifit from hat to shoes, that’s the place for you.
Shopping in Stureplan



La Boqueria is situated in the Moodgallerian shopping mall. The concept of the restaurant is a reproduction in food and atmosphere of a spanish one with a minimalistic touch. As Stockholm in general it is quite expensive, but the quality of food is extraordinary even tough you might order some quite simple tapas. It is the perfect for a quick pitstop or your brunch as well.
boqueria La Coquette Italienne



Skansen is not only a great zoo. It is the first open-air museum in the world. In fact together with your visits to the wolves, or to sea lions, you can have a walk through a reproduction of the 19th century scandinavian villages or simply relax into the wild.
Skansen La Coquette Italienne


20.00   DINNER at NOSH & CHOW

Nosh & Chow is an amazing and luxury restaurant, designed by Lázaro Rosa-Violán, it is the perfect location either for a romantic or a business dinner. The concept of the menu of this restaurant is to represent the 4 angles of the world and their different type of cuisine in a perfect fusion, so it is almost impossible not to find your favourite. Wine selection is great and the mix of Parisian and New-yorkese ambient is letting you eat with a luxury but casual and relaxed feeling.
Nosh & Chow La Coquette ItalienneMussels

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Owner and Founder at La Coquette Italienne Paris

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2 Thoughts to A Weekend in STOCKHOLM

  1. arianna Reply July 30, 2014 at 11:06 pm

    certo che a guardare questo blog il mondo sembra tutto stupendo! c’è davvero l’imbarazzo della scelta sui posti da visitare :)

  2. Mara Reply January 4, 2018 at 12:32 pm

    le foto sono stupende!sai,sono appena tornata da Stoccolma e sono talmente presa dallo stile scandivo che ho deciso che quest’anno voglio rinnovare il mio appartamento proporio in questo modo: – bello,vero? non vedo l’ora di averlo cosi.


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