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Welcome to Stockholm

Fencing friends, welcome to the beautiful capital of Sweden! We have made a short list of what to see and do, as well as where to eat and stay during your visit. We will also provide you with a link to the official website of Visit Stockholm, the tourist board of Stockholm. 


Taxi: We recommend that you use Taxi Stockholm (call 08-150000) or Sverigetaxi (020-20 20 20). We also recommend that you ask for a receipt.

Public transport: You can pretty much travel anywhere in Stockholm using public transport. Please go to to read more and plan your trip. The closest subway station to the venue is Stora mossen. 


Where to stay

Scandic Alvik

The hotel i situated just on stop away with the Metro, or just a five minute taxi ride away. Please visit their website for more information.

First hotel Brommaplan

The hotel is situated 2 metro stations away from the venue and a 5 to 10 minute taxi ride away. Please visit the website for more information.

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Where to eat and drink


A Stockholm classic for more than 100 years featuring classic Swedish Cuisine. Why not try the "Grosshandlarmiddag" if you dare...Read more on their website.

Gyldene freden

Here Stockholmers have eaten since 1722. Situated in the Old town. Find out more on their website.


KB - Konstnärsbaren

A Stockholm gathering point serving Swedish classics in a Venetian influence building from 1899. Don't miss the interior with paintings on the walls done by many of Swedens most famous painters during late nights. Read more on their website.

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What to see and do


When in Stockholm there are many interesting museums such as Wasamuseet, The Abba Museum and Nordiska museet on Djurgården. Or, why not check out the classic art at Nationalmuseum or the photography exhibitions at Fotografiska?

City walks

There are many beautiful neighbourhoods in Stockholm but we recommend that you take a stroll through Gamla Stan, the old town of Stockholm with quaint, fairy-tale like building and an abudance of Swedish history. Here you can also find The Royal Palace.


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