Ivar Los Park, located on Bastugatan 26, is a small, hidden-away park with a beautiful view over Riddarfjärden, Kungsholmen and Riddarholmen. Or in other words: a beautiful view of Stockholm. Remember that there’s a closed door leading into the park so it might feel like you’re trespassing – but you’re not! I’ve read that you can go sledding here during winter time, but I’m not sure if that’s really a thing.
Ivar Los Park is named after the author Ivar Lo-Johansson who lived at Bastugatan 21, and died in 1990. When the name was changed in 1991, a statue was put in the park as a tribute to Ivar Lo-Jonsson. I wouldn’t say it’s a spectacular statue, but while you’re here you might as well take a look at it.
This is a super cozy park, so if you want to see a great view of Stockholm, you should buy some Thai food, and head over here!