5 Kinderfreundliche Aktivitäten in Stockholm

1. Gamla Stan

Gamla-Stan muss man gesehen haben. In der Altstadt Stockholms, kann man tolle Architektur bestaunen, Bilder auf dem berühmten Mårten Trotzigs Gränd machen und tolle Mitbringsel und Erinnerungen erwerben.

2. Skansen

Skansen ist ein absolutes Kinderparadies, der Grossteil der Aktivitäten ist den Kindern gewidmet. Es gibt tolle Spielplätze, einen Streichelzoo und Spielecken.

3. Gröna Lund

Gröna Lund 1883 vom Deutschen Jacob Schultheiss gegründet und seitdem der schönste Freizeitpark in Stockholm. Rasenende Geschwindigkeit, atemberaubende höhe mit phänomenaler Aussicht.

4. Junibacken

Junibacken die Welt der Geschichten Astrid Lindgrens. Erkunde die Villa Kunterbunt und erlebe den unnachahmlichen Story-train

5. Oceanbus

Oceanbus Einmal durch Stockholm von Land und Wasser, in einem einigen Fahrzeug; einem Amphibienbus! Eine tolle Tour in der man Stockholms bekannteste Sehenswuerdigkeiten erleben kann.

Downtown Camper: Stockholm guide

If luxury, retreat and spa is your jam, you have found home at the Downtown camper. They offer everything from yoga classes, meditation and facials. Locally made kayaks, longboards and bikes are available to borrow for an upclose experience of the city. Since the location of the Hotel is in town, you have great variety of shopping and sightseeing right at your doorstep, you wouldn’t need a travel card during your stay, as you could walk to most places, like the royal palace etc. There are so many aspects of this hotel I could rave about but I have to say, the best part was the rooftop pool with a unbeatable view of Stockholm, which makes you feel like you’re on top of the world. Even if you’re a local Swede wanting a great staycation this is the place to make you love Stockholm even more.


A Skyview of Stockholm

The Skyview in Globen feels like Swedens answer to the London Eye or the Burj Khalifa. If you love Stockholm, then you might want to consider viewing it from 424 feet above sea level. I recently experienced Skyview with my 5 year old daughter, and she loved it, the view is truly stunning as Globen is at the heart of Södermalm.  Although height is not my forte, I really enjoyed the ride which lasted for 20 minute. Overall its a memorable thing to do with a loved one and you can take amazing pictures with Stockholm as your backdrop.


The Winery hotel: Stockholm Guide

I Stayed at the Winery Hotel, which is an urban winery and boutique hotel. Let’s just say passion for wine is at the heart of this hotel and they even produce their own brand of wine. That wasn’t what intrigued me to stay at this hotel instead I was attracted to the roof pool terrace which by the way, is listed in Forbes magazine as,  one the best rooftop pools in the world. I mean that’s pretty impressive, so there is no surprise I had high hopes and expectations and I have to say it blew them all out of the water, literally. The vibe of the overall hotel is very urban and modern with a touch of Tuscany, if that makes any sense. The hotel is located in Solna, home to Scandinavias largest Shopping centre called mall of Scandinavia.If you decide to stay here, you would be in a pretty good location to take the train to old town and its also fairly close to the Arlanda airport. The rooms are elegant with high sealing, lots of light and it has an overall Brooklyn feel to it, with red brick walls. I enjoyed my stay at the hotel, and the best part was without a doubt, the rooftop pool, the water was warm and you get a stunning view over Stockholm. overall it was a win win with everything and I recommend anyone who wants the best of Stockholm as well as a relaxed getaway to choose to stay at the Winery Hotel.



Oceanbus tour: Stockholm

I recently discovered there’s such a thing as a “ocean-bus“. The entire idea is pretty interesting, you get on board an actual, regular bus. It looks like a bus, it drives on the road, just like a bus should, but then as it approaches the “ocean” it doesn’t stop or hesitate, quite the contrary, it drives or dives so to speak right into it. It is an experience worh the wait. The best part is the funny and mostly sarcastic tour guide who gives you a crash course in swedish history while being entertaining with fascinating facts about stockholm and the historical buildings. We also got to see few famous swedish owned properties around strandvägen, which I should poing out, is the richest postcode in Stockholm, prices starting at €20.000 per Sqm. My overall experience could be summed up in one word, entertaining. If you are currently in Stockholm I recommend it, as it’s an outside the box attraction.

Indoor skydiving Stockholm

I believe its been a little over 3 weeks, since me and my son Elias went to body flight. It was our first time trying indoor skydiving and it was an incredible experience. I’m not gonna sugar coat it, it was pretty difficult to get your body around it, literally. When you first watch it online, it all seems very straightforward, until you’re caught up in the wind and realise, how hard it is to catch your breath let alone keep your body balanced. I have to say it’s one of those things you get better at the more you try. Keeping a realistic expectation, will make it more enjoyably as you, definitely won’t master it at first attempt. The instructors are super helpful and passionate about their job, wish made it all worthwhile the struggle. If you’re in Stockholm for a visit or you live here and want to try an accelerating, fun and challenging experience, Bodyflight is a must.

Drohnen Regeln in Schweden

Laut der schwedischen nationalen Luftfahrtbehörde, dem Transport Agency of Sweden (TAS), ist das Fliegen einer Drohne in Schweden legal. Bei Fragen könnt Ihr euch gerne direkt an das TAS wenden – Kontaktinformationen: TAS-Kontaktformular / +46 010-495 64 91 (nur SMS)

aaron-burden-yFnX8DaC3UM-unsplashIn Schweden besteht seit August 2017 keine Genehmigungspflicht fĂĽr das Fotografieren mit Hilfe einer Drohne.


Allgemeine Regeln fĂĽr das Fliegen einer Drohne – Basierend auf meiner eigenen Forschung und meines verständnis der Gesetze sind hier die wichtigsten Regeln, fĂĽr das Fliegen einer Drohne in Schweden.


Diese Regeln gelten fĂĽr den Einsatz von Drohnen mit einem Gewicht von weniger als 7 Kilogramm:

• Drohnen mit einem Gewicht von weniger als 7 kg sind mit dem Namen und der Telefonnummer des Betreibers zu kennzeichnen.

• Für Drohnen mit einem Gewicht von weniger als 20 kg, die für Freizeitaktivitäten verwendet werden, ist keine Haftpflichtversicherung erforderlich.

• Die Drohne muss so beleuchtet sein, dass die Position und Richtung klar erkennnar ist.

• Vor dem Fliegen prüft der Drohnenpilot aktualisierte Informationen über Einschränkungen oder besondere Bedingungen von AIP, AIP Supplement, NOTAM, Verwaltungsbehörde, Polizei und Gemeinde.

• der Drohnen Pilot soll die Drohne immer in Sichtweite haben

• Ein Flug in einem unkontrollierten Luftraum kann in einer Höhe von weniger als 120 m über dem Boden oder dem Wasser stattfinden.

• Drohnen dürfen nicht über Kernkraftwerke, Gefängnisse, Naturschutzgebiete und Militärgebiete geflogen werden.



Unter diesen Umständen ist eine besondere Genehmigung des Schwedischen Zentralamt für Transport erforderlich:

• Alle Drohnen mit einem Gewicht von mehr als 7 Kilogramm.

• Jeder Flug außerhalb der Sichtlinie.

• Jeder Flug über 120 Meter in unkontrollierter Höhe.

• Flüge in der Nähe von Flugplätzen

• Flüge über Menschenansammlungen


– Es ist generell wichtig die Privatsphäre anderer zu wahren –



Drohnen Video – Gamla Stan, Stockholm

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Moving to Sweden part 3

We made our way into the flat, even though the flat was barren it felt nice stepping into a warm place. I knew there and then that we made the right decision in moving to sweden. I also knew we had a long and hard journey ahead. We reached Gävle around 9 pm and by then my two daughters were exhausted, so I put the madrass we bought on the floor, made it as cosy as we could, got some of our essentials unpacked, got ready for bed and shortly after they were both sleeping. I don’t remember much of that night except realizing how internet connection is vital for survival specially in the winter months, and specially when you just moved to a new country, a new place you have yet to call home, you desperately want to watch something so you can lie your head down and feel comfortable and just rewind. And so our new journey began, the next morning we woke up to our girls checking out the new place. We all got dressed in layers of winter clothes and stepped out for the first time to buy some breakfast and lunch to bring home. We quickly realized we underestimated the snow and the below zero degree, it was cutting your skin cold and the snow came up to our knees. It was all overwhelming with two young children but we got thought it. Imagine how our breakfast tasted after coming home with it, we felt like real life Vikings. If we could survive this, we could survive anything.

Stockholm Wildlife Safari & Köttbullar on Campfire

It was amazing to see Swedish wildlife in its natural habitat. As a wildlife lover, Moose are a great and majestic animal to spot. You don’t realise what a huge animal it is on close encounter. It was a fantastic experience to see the king of the forest (moose), different species of deer, wild boar and birds of prey. We spent an amazing time in the forest, learning not only about moose, wildboar, deer as well as, how to live off the forest. We learned how to make fire with knife and flint and ended the evening with a great Swedish Campfire Dinner (Swedish köttbullar and salad). It is not your typical tourist attraction nevertheless that’s what’s makes it so unique. Be different and try something new, chances are, you might even come to love it 🙂 thank You thegreentrails for the Amazing Evening

The best Cafe in Stockholm

Cafè Schweizer – It really is the best cafe in Stockholm.

We figured this out as soon as we stepped inside.
The place is relaxed, well-decorated and offers comfy chairs perfectly positioned in front of huge windows overlooking beautiful Gamla Stan. There’s a board to leave your initials, too. I think the staff is the child friendliest I have ever had in Stockholm so far.
The food and drink here are excellent and cheap. I enjoyed coffee followed by some Water (free Water and free refill on the coffee) and a huge Fish soup and Elias got some Bullar and Cacao it was more than enough for two people to get stuffed on.
The atmosphere cozy and I can’t think of a better spot to spend a couple of hours in Stockholm – Gamla Stan, especially in the Morning to have a powerful Brunch.