It's been absolute ages since the last part of my little Stockholm series but there are still a few places to go and sights to see. Last time, we've visited the told town, Gamla Stan. Today, from there we're crossing the bridge and take a stroll around parts of Södermalm. First we walk up to the thop of Katarinahissen, from where we enjoy the view over Slussen and Gamla Stan...
... and Ryssgården square and the city museum, Stockholms stadsmuseum. On a fine day like today, we can see all the way across the water Kungsholmen and with its dominant Stadshuset.
We then climb a bit further up the hill and enjoy the sun and a cup of coffee at Mosebacke.
Refereshed from the break, we explore walk on eastwards past Katarina kyrkan...
... and through the small cobblestoned Mäster Mikaels Gata with its charming old cottages, many of which built of wood.
We walk along the top of the steep cliffs, enjoying the beautiful view of the Gamla Stan across the water as well as the local wild life.
Why not stop at the little cafe with the beautiful view and enjoy a delicious ice cream. It is, after all, a lovely and warm spring evening.
Let's cast one last look back over the water, to the lush greens of Djurgården, before we head back to the bustling city.
Next time, we'll head out of the city again to visit the oldest town in Sweden. I hope you'll join me again.