that it's a city break you can use to relax and take at your own pace, without having. However, if you're going to prioritise a time of day to go, the breakfast here - complete with boiled eggs, fresh pastries and fennel bread - is one of the most impressive you'll find in the city. There are up to five departures daily from London Heathrow and daily departures from Manchester, hotell comfort umeå as well as less frequent services from Birmingham, and seasonally over summer from Bristol and Edinburgh. And if the myriad of small shops and cafes don't keep you occupied, take a tour of the gargantuan Royal Palace (pictured which takes up a substantial portion of the north-east of the island. Read next Norrlandsgatan 24, 111 43 Stockholm.
Sturegatan 6, 114 35 Stockholm. For a list of a few of the best food trucks in Stockholm, see here. M, where to eat. Read next Gustav III's Pavilion (above) Situated to the north of Stockholm in Haga Park, this small royal palace was built in 1787 as a city getaway for King Gustav III. Food is globally influenced with a Scandi twist - such as gnocchi and cabbage with broccoli, pickled vegetables, fresh beans and fried kale or Herb baked fjord salmon with a potato, cucumber, fennel, and asparagus, salad with sjökorallsvinaigrette - but you can chase with Schnapps. A friendly place often populated by creatives typing away on their Macs - and a great place to do the same if you need to get some work done during your trip. Specialising in hyper-local Nordic cuisine, the most surprising thing about the restaurant is that the menu features nothing but the price for either a three-course or six-course meal - the food you're served is a complete surprise. This is "old Stockholm with winding alleys, tall terraced townhouses and cobbled streets. Nobis Hotel, Norrmalmstorg 2-4, 111 86 Stockholm. Acne Studios sweatshirt, 149. Extended and redecorated in various European styles over the years, this palace is still home to Gustav's impressive antique and art collections from the 1700s.