Five things to do in Stockholm

If one place captures the spirit of Christmas, it’s the Swedish capital, Stockholm. In a nutshell:

16th December, 2006

If one place captures the spirit of Christmas, it’s the Swedish capital, Stockholm. Although it gets dark at 2pm in December, the Swedes make up for the long hours of darkness by decorating almost every street in their capital with coloured lights. In a nutshell:

Shop doorways are lit with burning torches to welcome customers.

Daytime temperatures can drop to minus 3 degrees Celsius, making the air crisp and wintery.

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