Vasastan

Your guide to Stockholm’s homely ‘Little Paris’

About Vasastan

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Vasastan, also called Stockholm’s Little Paris, is a tour of beautiful park areas, galleries, and cute cafes.

3 reasons to visit Vasastan:
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Beautiful parks and high coziness factor

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Brasseries and French neighborhood restaurants

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The Public Library

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Title Address Description
G.A.D
Tegnérgatan 4, 113 58 Stockholm, Sverige

Tegnérgatan 4
113 58 Stockholm

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Pomme Crêperie
Idungatan 6, 113 45 Stockholm, Sverige

Idungatan 6
113 50 Stockholm

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Granqvist Store
Rörstrandsgatan 10, 113 40 Stockholm, Sverige

Rörstrandsgatan 10
113 40 Stockholm

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Systrarna Andersson
Karlbergsvägen 45, 113 37 Stockholm, Sverige

Karlbergsvägen 45
113 37 Stockholm

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Tweed Country Sports
Odengatan 98, 113 22 Stockholm, Sverige

Odengatan 98
113 22 Stockholm

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Tiki Room
Birkagatan 10, 113 36 Stockholm, Sverige

Birkagatan 10
113 36 Stockholm

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Mellow Bar
Birkagatan 10, 113 36 Stockholm, Sverige

Birkagatan 10
113 36 Stockholm

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Buco Nero
Roslagsgatan 4, 113 55 Stockholm, Sverige

Roslagsgatan 4
113 55 Stockholm

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Stockholms Glasshus
Birkagatan 8, 113 36 Stockholm, Sverige

Birkagatan 8
113 36 Stockholm

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Tennstopet
Dalagatan 50, 113 24 Stockholm, Sverige

Dalagatan 50
113 24 Stockholm

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Nyström Stockholm
Dalagatan 52, 113 24 Stockholm, Sverige

Dalagatan 52
113 24 Stockholm

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STHLM TAPAS Vasastan
Torsgatan 55, 113 37 Stockholm, Sverige

Torsgatan 55
113 38 Stockholm

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A.Marchesan
Gästrikegatan 1, 113 62 Stockholm, Sverige

Gästrikegatan 1
113 62 Stockholm

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About Vasastan

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Stockholm’s Little Paris is a tour of beautiful park areas, galleries, and cute cafes.

Vasastan is often referred to as a homely neighborhood. The area is full of small vintage shops and cozy cafes. If you’re craving coffee, you can visit Systrarna Andersson for breakfast, lunch, or coffee in a genuine 1930’s environment. Another popular café is Pom & Flora, the vegans’ and superfood lovers’ dream. Don’t miss the chance to find selected vintage pieces and branded garments at Arkivet, or head to second-hand stores such as Nu & Då and Stadsmissionen.

Rörstrandsgatan is a hot tip for those who like to stroll around and check out people. If you are moving towards Odenplan, you can also take the opportunity to visit the Public Library. The famous Swedish architect Gunnar Asplund has designed the library’s rotunda and building. The park Vasaparken is a great picnic area in the summer and offers ice skating in the winter. The park also houses Sven-Harry’s Art Museum, one of the newest additions to Stockholm’s art world. If you’re looking for more art, you can visit Bonniers Konsthall, which shows a wide selection of Swedish and international contemporary art.

Vasastan is sometimes called ‘Little Paris’ with its many French-inspired neighborhood restaurants. Of course, there are other cuisines as well. Tranan at Odenplan offers classic homely cooking, and at Knut at Tegnérlunden you’ll find authentic Northern Sweden food. In the evening you can sip Asian drinks at Farang or take a trip to the South Sea at Tiki Room. The connoisseur should visit Svartengrens, where you can enjoy Swedish, experimental drinks with the taste of lingonberry and maple syrup all night long.