Sergels TorgCurrently Open
- Address: Sergels Torg, 111 57 Stockholm, Sweden
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Square, Family And Kids, Tower
The spiritual opposite to old Stockholm, this square represents the city’s strides into the future. It’s comparatively less souldful and more commercial. The prime attractions here are the Kristallvertikalaccent, a beautiful 37.5 metre glass tower, and the Kulturhuset, which is Stockholm’s shopping destination, a place that also hosts musical, dance and theatre performances. Designed in 1957, this square was named Sergels Torg after the eighteenth-century Swedish sculptor John Tobias Sergel. For those who are on shopping trips, this is the best spot.
- Sergel’s Torg
- Brasserie Bobonne
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39.43% of people who visit Stockholm include Sergels Torg in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
30.34% of people start their Sergels Torg visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Sergels Torg
55.56% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Sergels Torg
Great Central Point of the city. Just beside the main street, and metro central is just there. With shops near by. Great landmark to meet people. Very good building structure. Easy to navigate around the place. Most of the signs are Swedish, not many English signs.
Beautiful spot to meet friends. Centrally located and a really good spot to start your sightseeing. There are free walking tour guides that launch their walks from here. I highly recommend joining one of those tours.
Great nothing special, central location with fast-food a few shops and a train station. Usually used for public events (political etc.) otherwise it's a pretty filthy place known for open drug dealing and other criminal stuff.
Would be a nice place if it wasnt for all the drug addicts and just plain bad vibes. Good thing there are a lot of shoops around to help you forget.
A large open space with a Burger king and shops. Walk through the underground shopping area and look at the ground level water feature from below. There are toilets just inside the train station, expensive at 1 euro if you don't have change. Beware of the toilet attendant, he can get a little grumpy if you do need to ask for change 😉. There are also toilets in Burger King but you need to pay even if you are a customer.