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Stockholm City Hall. Photo: Shutterstock
Stockholm City Hall. Photo: Shutterstock

Your guide to Stockholm by Nobel

In mid-December, the world's leading scientists, royalties and politicians gather in Stockholm to mark this year's Nobel Laureates. But you don’t have to fit in with that crowd to experience the city in Alfred Nobel's spirit. Here is what you can do!

City Hall

City Hall with its three golden crowns is one of Stockholm’s most famous silhouettes. During a guided tour you can learn all about the architecture, the art and the historical events that have unfolded here. City Hall is also the site of the large Nobel banquette. After dinner in the Blue Hall the Nobel laureates, royalties and guests dances in the Golden Hall with its 18 million gold mosaic pieces.

City Hall

Hantverkargatan 1, Stockholm

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Nobel Museum

At Nobel Museum in Old Town the Nobel Prize, Alfred Nobel, the Nobel Laureates and their visions are presented. Visit the Nobel Museum and be inspired by ideas that changed the world. Guided tours, interesting films and objects will take you on a journey all the way from early ideas to the Nobel Banquet. Bistro Nobel serves Swedish specialties and Nobel ice cream.

Nobel Museum

Stortorget 2, Stockholm

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Stadshuskällaren

For anyone who does not have the privilege of being invited to the banquette it is possible to sample the food at Stadshuskällaren. It offers all the Nobel Menus that have been served from 1901 onwards. The restaurant is housed in Stockholm City Hall, where the annual Nobel dinner is served in the Blue Hall. Stadshuskällaren also offer Swedish favorites, traditional Christmas dinner and seafood buffet in the fall.

Stadshuskällaren

Stockholms Stadshus, Hantverkargatan 1, Stockholm

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Den Gyldene Freden

This classic restaurant is located in a medieval basement in the Old Town. The Swedish Academy convenes here for its weekly dinner every Thursday, and has done so since the beginning of the 1900s. Legend has it that many Nobel prizes have been decided here.On the menu are the heavy classic Swedish cooking, nowadays with interesting contemporary touches.

Den Gyldene Freden

Österlånggatan 51, Stockholm

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