Gondolen

Location

Stockholm
Sweden
59° 19' 10.5312" N, 18° 4' 23.5308" E
SE
General info: 

If you want to see the panoramic view of Stockholm and to enjoy in exceptional meals at the same time, look no forward than Gondolen. At the first look, this might seem as a bit extreme place to dine. Built some 30 meters above the water, this place gives you the best view of the city.

From Gondolen, you are able to see the sea and several Stockholm islands, but that isn’t the only reason why people rush to this restaurant. The food here is amongst the best in the city. Gondolen offers a variety of meals, from international dishes to traditional Swedish meals.

Getting there: 

The address of the restaurant is Stadsgarden 6 and the Slussen T-bana train and subway station is only a hundred meters away.

Costs: 

Given that Gondolen is an unique place in Stockholm, the prices are a bit higher than normal.

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