Arturo came to Sweden as an Erasmus student and fell in love with Stockholm and is now completing his studies at one of the best Swedish universities. He has always had a passion for music and history alike, he plays several instruments in rock and jazz bands but couldn’t find a way to canalize his history interests. Stockholm is an open-air museum filled with treasures, but you must be with someone who knows them! This is why he wants to be the best guide in the city!
Arturo's Stockholm Tip!
There are many amazing museums in Stockholm, the most famous ones are easy to find, but some “hidden” or less known museums would really make a difference for you to enjoy the city even more. So, my tip is to go inside every place that has the word “museum” even though you haven’t heard of it, in Gamlastan there are many places that seem small, but they have huge caverns below! Get lost, explore, and have a fika!
Sanchia was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa. She moved to Sweden in 2018 to pursue her studies and travel. Her passions lie in learning about different cultures and their history, art, photography, horse riding and dancing. She loves socializing and spending time with family and friends.
Sanchia's Stockholm Tip!
Try and get lost in Stockholm’s streets. You’ll always find hidden (photography or stare-worthy) gems, from alleyways, old buildings and restaurants or cafes to spectacular views. Wherever you go you’ll find good food and of course, coffee. One of my many favourite views is from Eriks The Gondola in Slussen.
Originally from Mexico City, Oscar moved to Stockholm to study his master’s degree in Energy and Environment. He is passionate towards performing arts, which led him to study piano and to train pole dancing. When not in Stockholm, Oscar is probably traveling, exploring new places, and discovering different cultures.
Oscar's Stockholm Tip!
Visit Stadshuset and if possible, go up to the tower, you will get one of the best views of Stockholm. Don’t miss Vasamuseet, get lost in the streets and alleys of Gamla Stan, and remember to have a fika with a kardemummabulle.