You’ve got to love Katarina Kyrkogård and its surroundings, and no matter its actual purpose of being a cemetery garden – it feels very much alive. The yellow little church was first built in 1695, but has since then suffered two fires. Stubbornly enough it has been rebuilt though, and today green soft grass surrounds it and birds are singing in the trees.
Katarina Kyrkogård is located on Södermalms heights and close to both busier streets as well as cute and quiet cobbled alleys. This is a spot where you’ll want to crash for a while, or maybe just pass by on your way to some other destination and sights in the neighbourhood.
It’s not really the place where you bring a pack of beers to and play your playlist on max – but pay a visit when you want some peace and quiet, watch the colourful autumn leaves, and maybe clear your head(ache?).
Katarina Kyrkogård | Art & culture, Relaxing
Högbergsgatan 13 | +4687436840
24 hours daily