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Fjällgatan is near Fotografiska and if you’re in the area it is definitely worth the short walk to experience the great views on offer. It is quite steep so be prepared to walk up quite a few steps to get there!
Fjallgatan is a wonderful neighborhood of Stockholm. In fact, here you can see a lot of traditional and old houses very well preserved. It is a very nice place to walk, see very beautiful buildings and views of the sea, and relax. A very recommendable...More
There are enough old buildings still standing along this street to imagine what it was like in the 18th century. If late model cars weren't parked in front of them you could photograph an 18th century scene. The red gables of the oldest buildings add...More
My guidebook really talked up not just the view but the loveliness of the street and houses in this area. I honestly wasn't that impressed by the street, but the view is lovely. It's a long walk here from anywhere else though, and it's a...More
Not much to this area, but greats views of Gamla Stan and the rest of Stockholm from up above on the hill. If you’re going to the photograph museum or on a cruise (especially Viking) than you’re right there and worth a look!
This part of the city goes "way back" and several of the old houses still remains the same. There is a small café where you can buy coffee and icecream and sallads. The view is great.
At the same street you can find the restaurant...More
Glad we walked up here to get a scenic view of Stockholm. It's a peaceful setting to gaze across the waters and appreciate the beautiful buildings and take in the different things going on around you. There are a few other areas with a view...More
The street Fjallgatan is in itself nothing special, but the view over Stockholm is spectacular. But the surrounding areas of this part of Stockholm are very interesting so it's worthwhile to take some time for a easy walk in the area. A lot to see...More