Stockholm – Welche Stadtteile sollte man meiden?

Ich bekomme öfter mal die Frage: Gibt es irgendwelche Orte, die man meiden sollte? Habt ihr Tipps zur Hotelsuche?
Wo wohnen die meisten Studenten?

Also, gibt es so genannte No-Go Areas – meiner Meinung nach nicht. Jedoch gibt es Gegenden in denen der Urlaub schöner und sicherer ist und andere die eben nicht so schön sind.

Hier 5 Stadtteile die Ihr bei der Hotelsuche meiden solltet.

  1. Rinkeby – Tensta
  2. Husby
  3. Hagsatra
  4. Farsta
  5. Alby/Fittja


Ohne jetzt genauer darauf eingehen zu wollen, kann ich nur dazu sagen, dass die meisten Straftaten meines Wissens in diesen Gegenden begangen werden.


Stockholm Hotel Test – Gamla Stan

I always get the following question on my Instagram ;where should I stay? Can you recommend a Hotel? Since (Gamla Stan) is one of my favourite locations here in Stockholm , I figured it would be nice to find a really good hotel there. To my surprise, I realised that there aren’t that many hotels in Gamla Stan, well not as many as I assumed. I did some research and found The Lady Hamilton Hotel. I reached out to them and was pleasantly surprised when they offered me to stay for a night. It was better then I imagined, as I expected the vibe to be more “vintage-ish”, but it was pretty modern and fresh with a decor of classical furnitures.The bed was super cosy , it had a huge modern bathroom with a bathtub. We actually had 2 rooms, one for Elias and one for me, there is a sauna in the basement available to ones liking. The breakfast was great, there was something for everyone to enjoy! The carrot cake was amazing, my son couldn’t get enough, we had to get out of there before he ate it all 🙂

Thank you so much to The Lady Hamilton Hotel in Gamla Stan for a beautiful day! I will definitely come back!!!
If you’re visiting Stockholm check out their hotel, you won’t be disappointed 🙂


We introduce: Akalla 4H-Gård

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Akalla 4H-Gård is located in beautiful 19th century Akalla. The village borders the nature reserve Järvafältet.

Akalla 4H offers free admission, the animals are seen every day at 8.30-16.00 clock in their fields.

The animals are on their fields every day of the year. Akalla also has a 4H farm. Café, pottery workshop, mini golf course, playground, barbecue area, paddling pool and an outdoor gym (which I often use in my training videos).

In Akalla 4H there are horses, sheep, goats, pigs, chickens, ducks, rabbits and cats. Lambs and kittens are born in spring.
The work to conserve Swedish landraces is extremely important, as many animals in Sweden are threatened with extinction.
To spend more time with the animals, you can book guided tours.

Pony riding: takes place every sunday from 1pm to 2pm.

Meals are provided, in the café there are a lot of delicacies. To save money, there is a Lidl around the corner where you can do the same shopping.

So if you have already seen Skansen and want to save a some money, just drive by.

Unser Tag in Junibacken


Unser Tag in Junibacken mit Pippi Langstrumpf und co. (Astrid-Lindgren-Museum)

Junibacken ist ein Ort sein, an dem ein Märchenzug Sie und ihre Kleinen auf eine spannende Reise durch die magische Welt Astrid Lindgrens bringt.

Mit der 1996 eröffneten Anlage auf der Halbinsel Djurgården hat Lindgren sich selbst einen Wunsch erfüllt, denn die Autorin gestaltete das Museum für Schwedische Kinderliteratur aktiv mit. Dabei war es ihr besonders wichtig, dass die kleinen Besucher auf der Fahrt in den Märchenwald nicht nur ihre eigenen Figuren treffen – und so tummeln sich in Junibacken heute nicht nur Lotta, Mio und Karlsson vom Dach, sondern auch Pettersson, sein frecher Kater Findus und Willi Wiberg.