Postcard from Stockholm

(Last Updated On: February 5, 2017)

I got a chance to visit Stockholm through my ex-company, back in 2015. It was a week long trip attending multiple seminars and sessions, so most of my day time was spent inside the conference halls. My trip was in September and the weather was good enough for me to roam around the beautiful Stockholm. Nandita really wanted to visit the city but due to visa logistics (sigh…) she couldn’t make it.

This post is going to be short as we are intending this to be more of a photo story. Stockholm is a pretty European city that offers the visitors a glimpse into the city’s modern and old architectures. The city is quite big and well connected by public transport. There are many technological companies and the cost of living is quite high. Gamla Stan is the place that must not be missed when you visit the city. Its a small area which can be covered by walking and reachable via public transport. Gamla Stan hosts many old time pubs, restaurants, cafe’s, large statues and the cobbled stone streets which would take you back in time. The buildings are colorful, tastefully  decorated with magnificent architecture.

Photos below are some of my favorites from the city and the trip!

Stockholm basking in the golden hour glow
The famous Gamla Stan square with colorful buildings




One of the many alleys in Gamla Stan
View from the cruise ship

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