1. Hötorgshallen: A tasty trip around the world
Hötorgshallen is a haven for food enthusiasts. This market has a lively atmosphere filled with the aromas of fresh produce, spices, and delicacies from around the world. From local Swedish specialties to international dishes, Hötorgshallen offers something for all taste buds.
Read more about Hötorgshallen here.
2. Centralbadet: Spa oasis in the heart of the city
If relaxation and well-being are on your mind, Centralbadet offers an oasis of tranquility just a four-minute walk from Hötorget main square. This historic bathhouse, adorned with impressive architectural details, allows visitors to enjoy spa treatments, indoor swimming, and relaxation in the sauna area.
Read more about Centralbadet here.
3. Olof Palme Memorial: A site of respect and political history
For those interested in political history, Olof Palme Memorial Place is a spot for reflection and respect. Located near Hötorget, this memorial honors the Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme, offering visitors an opportunity to contemplate his significance in Sweden’s history and politics.
Find your way to Olof Palme Memorial here.
4. Paradox Museum: Hötorget’s most exciting museum
For the adventurous, Paradox Museum is an exhilarating sensory experience right at Hötorget. Situated next to Hötorget’s subway station, this museum takes visitors on a journey through paradoxes and optical illusions, where the unexpected becomes expected. It’s a unique experimental museum suitable for all ages.
Find tickets to Paradox Museum here.
5. Sergel & Saga: Magical Cinema Experiences
Right in the heart of Hötorget, you’ll find Filmstaden Sergel, a cinema complex with numerous screens, allowing you to enjoy movies throughout the day. Just a few minutes from Hötorget, on Kungsgatan, is the cinema Saga, one of Stockholm’s oldest cinemas, part of the city’s film world since 1936. Saga offers a historic and magical atmosphere for film lovers, retaining its classic charm while meeting modern film requirements.
Read more about the cinemas here.
6. Haymarket: Modern hotel in an iconic building
Haymarket by Scandic, named after the square it resides in, is a modern and sophisticated hotel with multiple restaurants and bars. Located in an iconic building originally opened as a department store in 1926, Haymarket pays homage to Art Deco design. You will notice it from the moment you step into the hotel’s glamorous lobby, reminiscent of the roaring 1920s.
Learn more about Haymarket by Scandic here.
7. Stockholm Concert Hall: Musical delight
The Stockholm Concert Hall at Hötorget is an iconic blue building that not only stands as an architectural gem, but also serves as a venue for musical masterpieces. With concerts spanning from classical to contemporary music, the concert hall is a center for musical enjoyment.
Learn more about Stockholm Concert Hall here.