Mosebacke Torg is a little square at a height above Götgatsbacken – a famous part of the street Götgatan where you can find small bars, shopping, and trendy people. I like the calmness up here; people are just sitting around or slowly walking past – a haven for daily strollers.
Beautiful old residential buildings, cobbled streets, and benches under trees surround the square, and in the middle there’s a sculpture called “Systrarna” (the sisters). During summer there’s also a tiny kiosk with sun chairs located on the grass where you can have ice cream or coffee.
Despite the peacefulness, there’s a lot going on in the surrounding areas. Mosebacketerassen (Mosebacke Terrace) is a must-go-to in the summer. With its stunning view over the city it turns into a meeting point for both people just off work and groups of friends. This is where Stockholmers like to have their first lukewarm summer evening beer – and then return every so often until the leaves start to fall. Even if you’re just passing by you can still take a peek, since there’s no entrance fee.
Mosebacke Torg | Bars, Coffee & tea, Relaxing, Shopping
Mosebacke Terrace 11:00 – 22:00