This pocket-sized full-colour guide to walking and eating in Stockholm and around is designed for short-break walking holidays using public transport.
Although all the walks described are easy, even ‘non-walkers’ will want to stroll in and around the city, so will find the large-scale city plans, descriptions of the sights, and recommendations for what to do in Stockholm and around useful. There are also three excursions to enjoy.
Whether walking or taking a day trip, the suggested restaurants in Stockholm and around will help users find the best local cuisine.
For each restaurant there is a photograph of the décor and one of their dishes, plus sample menu, price guide, opening times, and a recipe for one of their specialities.
Other sections include: planning your trip, logistics on arrival, local markets and specialities, glossary of local food terms, and a restaurant mini-vocabulary.
A special feature is the emphasis on natural local foods suitable for those with food intolerances.
All recipes have been made by the authors and are known to ‘work’.
For an extremely useful source of information about the city, click here http://www.travelsavvy-europe.com/city-breaks/stockholm.html
The ONLY pocket guide you need for walking and eating in Stockholm — trekker or not… This should be your pocket-guide Bible if you are considering a walking break in Stockholm. [But] it is jam-packed with relevant information, advice, history, cultural insights, recipes, trivia, maps, photographs, contact information and easy-to-say Swedish phrases — all of which is equally useful for those who have no intention whatsoever of doing any trekking in or around the city… (RM, Amazon)
I give this brilliant book to everyone who comes to visit us — it’s a wonderful guide to this beautiful city and for excursions in the Stockholm archipelago. (AVL, Stockholm)