Bromma is a borough (stadsdelsområde) in the western part of Stockholm, Sweden, forming part of the Stockholm Municipality. Bromma is primarily made up of the parish with the same name, and the parish of Västerled. The fourth largest airport in Sweden and the third largest of the airports close to Stockholm, the Stockholm Bromma Airport, was built in Bromma in 1936.
Restaurants in Bromma
4.5 based on 26 reviews
The Vasa ship capsized and sank in Stockholm 1628. After 333 years on the sea bed the mighty warship was salvaged and the voyage could continue. Today Vasa is the world's only preserved 17th century ship and the most visited museum in Scandinavia.
When visiting Stockholm, and you would be allowed to visit only one thing: go to Vasa: the setup of the museum is fantastic! When you come out, you learned something on acient Swedish way of living, but also the basics on shipbuilding.
4 based on 659 reviews
I really think that Sweden should be renamed Fleeceland as the thing they know how to do best is how take money from you.
Lots of shops, quite a decent selection of places to eat but all in all, nothing special.
Sweden is ridiculously expensive but it’s relevant to the income of the population. They have amongst the highest average wage in Europe and that is reflected in the prices.
Having travelled a lot of the world it’s perfectly clear that prices match income wherever you go.
Their average wage is about 35% higher - at current exchange rates - than the UK. That said, there is no excuse for some of the costs in visiting Stockholm.
The first thing I noticed is that their smallest coin is 1kr, that’s about 10p. That means that everything gets rounded up to start with.
Parking is ridiculously expensive everywhere, food even more so. And if you like to pay at least £6 for a small bottle of beer then you will be right at home here.
For us, Stockholm is a one-off visit.
There are a few places worth paying the entrance fee for but overall I would give it a miss.
3.5 based on 68 reviews
car only, nice and easy to park though. A bit spread out but ok if i don't rain otherwise it is not to recommend , before going make sure you don't end up i traffic jams due to event at solvalla ...
3.5 based on 28 reviews
It is a nice Park, lots of children here. It is good mostly in the summer, but at end of March if the sun is good too. Not too much to see but good to spend some time in nature or have the children out and have fun
4.5 based on 15 reviews
The Old Town, unsurprisingly, is the oldest part of Stockholm. It's certainly the tourist's go-to destination, but that doesn’t detract from its architectural and otherwise urban beauty.
Wonderful old town with fantastic architecture, beautifully preserved and looked after. Unfortunately, as with many tourist spots, the main streets are chock-a-block of shops flogging evrything possible to tourists, but get in the back streets and things quickly change. Just a lovely experience, especially in the cool of winter. Fantastic tasteful christmas lights.
4 based on 368 reviews
I love AIK Football and Friends Arena is their home ground. It is always an enjoyable occasion going with my 11 year old Daughter to follow them. The pluses for Friends is easy parking at Mall of Scandinavia (although exiting after a game can be a test of patience) or easy walk to trains or busses. The downside is how bad the hotdogs are. Overall my love of the Football gives the stadium 3 stars but I wish I had the ability to give 3 ½ stars. I have also attended a Coldplay concert here and that was fantastic and an upcoming Queen concert. Will review again. Hate those hotdogs though.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
A really nice green area in the Bromma neighboorhood. The nature reserve was established in 1995 and is Stockholm's first nature reserve. The whole area has a network of walking paths and trails and alll Stockholm's amphibians van be found here. Great area for long walk and you can have a fika at Gateau at Ängbyplan after if you don't use any of the picnic tables at the walking path.
5 based on 9 reviews
We found Nordic Trails online whilst looking for a place to stay and do some kayaking and hiking near Stockholm. I can highly recommend them for any adventure / cycling / hiking / canoeing activity or tour that you would like to do. The customer service that you get is exceptional. We did the 6 day tour and everything went exactly like clockwork. Our bags were always in our room when we got there, our rooms always ready, the instructions and maps were really detailed and we were provided with all of the useful information that we needed. The hotels and guest houses were all chosen to provide us with an authentic Swedish experience and all of excellent quality.
I would definitely use Nordic Trails again if I were planning another trip to Sweden and would recommend Sweden to any nature and/or adventure lover!
4.5 based on 796 reviews
This is My absolute favorite place to go for when I just want to enjoy the view for my lovely city!
Whenever you’re a pro or amateur photographer or if you’re just in the city for a minute I would highly recommend for you to bring a camera and be prepared to fill out your camera roll!
The best time to enjoy the view is when it’s bright outside.
A tip: bring a snack or something to eat and to skip the expensive restaurant and cafe you can go to the supermarket “Götgatan 17A” that’s is close by the viewpoint and it’s cheap.
They are open 07-23 almost every day.
That’s all from me, thank for Reading.
Until next time see you soon!
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