The Stockholm neighborhoods map shows region and suburbs of Stockholm areas. This neighborhood map of Stockholm will allow you to discover quarters and surrounding area of Stockholm in Sweden. The Stockholm quarters map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Östermalm is the city center of Stockholm and its prestigious status is reflected in its land price. This region houses the most expensive houses in the city and you can sense the posh vibe as soon as you enter. Despite this, it is still a welcoming neighborhood and well worth a visit. While many of the tourist attractions are located in Gamla Stan (the Old Town as its mentioned in Stockholm neighborhoods map), this area is quite expensive and can be a little crowded (especially in the summer). I suggest first-time visitors stay in Norrmalm or Södermalm. Norrmalm is close to the central station and within walking distance to Gamla Stan. Södermalm has lots of shops, cafes, and restaurants so it is a convenient place to stay for new visitors.
Gamla Stan is one of the most iconic tourist attractions in Stockholm and is considered one of the best preserved medieval heritages in Europe. Gamla Stan, which means the Old Town neighborhood, was founded way back in 1252 and is where the legendary capital of Stockholm begins. Södermalm, which is often referred as “Söder” (literally meaning ‘South’) by the locals, is considered as the hub of creativity and imagination in Stockholm. Södermalm is also one of the most densely populated neighborhood in Scandinavia as you can see in Stockholm neighborhoods map.
If you want to see how locals live in the Swedish capital, then there is no better place than Vasastan. Vasastan, which means the “Vasa City” or the “Stone City”, has some of the most unique architecture Stockholm has to offer. Apart from appreciating the buildings, the area also offers local cafés, boutiques and parks, with a homey and neighborhood feeling. Djurgården is the most popular tourist destination in Stockholm. This island is easily accessible by trams and buses and has all sorts of activities as its shown in Stockholm neighborhoods map. If you are looking for thrilling rides and live concerts, the amusement park Gröna Lund has roller coasters and other theme rides for a fun afternoon of something different.
The Stockholm districts map shows all quarters and suburbs of Stockholm. This district map of Stockholm will allow you to discover areas and the region of Stockholm in Sweden. The Stockholm districts map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Stockholm Municipality is an administrative unit defined by geographical borders. The semi-officially adopted name for the municipality is City of Stockholm (Stockholms stad in Swedish). As a municipality, the City of Stockholm is subdivided into district councils as its mentioned in Stockholm districts map, which carry responsibility for primary schools, social, leisure and cultural services within their respective areas.
The municipality is usually described in terms of its three main parts: Innerstaden (Stockholm City Centre), Söderort (Southern Stockholm) and Västerort (Western Stockholm). The districts of these parts as you can see in Stockholm districts map are: Stockholm City Centre (Kungsholmen, Norrmalm, Södermalm, Östermalm), Söderort ( Enskede-Årsta-Vantör, Farsta, Hägersten-Liljeholmen, Skarpnäck, Skärholmen, Älvsjö), Västerort ( Bromma, Hässelby-Vällingby, Rinkeby-Kista, Spånga-Tensta).
The modern centrum Norrmalm, (concentrated around the town square Sergels torg), is the largest shopping district in Sweden as its shown in Stockholm districts map. This Stockholm district is the most central part of Stockholm in business and shopping. Östermalm is the most affluent district of Stockholm.