Stockholm X-mas to-do list: Places to go and things to eat.

Hej !

November is coming to an end, and that means Christmas is right around the corner. And, Stockholm is starting to get all dolled up and set for the holiday season!

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If you live in Stockholm, or are planning to travel here this December, here is a list of places that you need to be this December to help you get ready for Christmas!

Places to be:

Stockholm Christmas markets:

1.Skansen  date: 27th November till 25th December

2.Gamla Stan  date: 29th November to 23rd December

3.Rosendal date: 29th November to 22nd December

4.Drottningholm Castle Date: 3rd and 4th December

Design Christmas Market Venue: Garnisonen

Dates: December 3 – December 4

December 10 – December 11

December 17 – December 18

More events Click here

Recipes and food your have to try this season:

There are so many Swedish Christmas food and recipes, but here are the top 3 MUST try holiday food and drinks!

  1. Swedish Glögg: Mulled wine is a beverage of European origins usually made with red wine along with various mulling spices and sometimes raisins. It is served hot or warm and may be alcoholic or non-alcoholic. It is a traditional drink during winter, especially around Christmas and Halloween.8953323
  2. Lussekatter or Lussebullar: Saffron buns that originated on Lucia day. And trust me, these are delicious!
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  3. Pepparkakor – Gingersnaps: These are cookies that are very close to gingerbread cookies but are hard and thin cookies! Yummm!!!
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    Hope you have a wonderful holiday season !
    -For now, your Swe-desi seafarer signing off! 🙂 

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8 Comments

  • CRISTINA • 7 Dec 2016 at 1.26 am Reply

    NICE

    • Supritha
      Supritha • 14 Dec 2016 at 10.08 pm Reply

      Thank you 🙂

  • Muhammad sohail • 5 Dec 2016 at 6.44 pm Reply

    Sweden is a very vvvv beautiful country .my best wish I celebrate chrismas ..God bless you!

    • Supritha
      Supritha • 14 Dec 2016 at 10.09 pm Reply

      Yes, it is 😀 Maybe you can come celebrate sometime! Good luck!

  • Iftikhar Ahmad • 5 Dec 2016 at 7.15 am Reply

    Hi i m 8th semester civil engineering student from Pakistan i want to study master from Sweden i have 2.8CGPA/4 .can i illegible for full scholarship

    • Supritha
      Supritha • 14 Dec 2016 at 10.09 pm Reply

      There are many scholarship options, you can check out the requirements for them in studyinsweden.se

  • emanuel • 30 Nov 2016 at 8.49 pm Reply

    I went through your posts,it seems christmans in sweden will be very grand,all the best in this chrismas season,have a nice preparation.I hope I will celebrate chrismas once in Sweden,God bless you all

    • Supritha
      Supritha • 30 Nov 2016 at 8.53 pm Reply

      Thank you 🙂
      Yes, you should definitely visit Sweden during the festive season someday:)
      Seasons greetings to you too !

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