Bistromania in Gamla Stan – Kagges

Gamla Stan in Swedish means old tow; and as many European capitals, Stockholm has one. The old city of Stockholm lies only a stone throw away from the city centre, on an island between Norrmalm and Södermalm. Old towns are usually very touristic, and so is this one as well. But mostly during the day. After the dark, Gamla Stan turns into a mecca for foodies and the wine curious. New, cool restaurants are popping up all the time, and Kagges on Lilla Nygatan is one of them. Continue reading “Bistromania in Gamla Stan – Kagges”

Wineweek 159: Gamla Stan at Night

Gamla Stan is the old town of Stockholm. In the past it was called the city in between bridges, as it is located on an island (Stockholm is built on 14 islands) stretching literally  from the bridge of the royal castle to the hectic junction of Slussen. This part of town dates back to the 13th century, and consists of alleyways, cobblestone streets, and medieval architecture. There is also a healthy mix of street art reminding you in which century you live.  And yes, it is touristic during the day, but after dark it is the playground of the locals, and one of my favorite parts of the city. Continue reading “Wineweek 159: Gamla Stan at Night”