Fredhällsparken is a lush park which makes for a great spot for a picnic. If you brought your dog you may let it run around off leash (supervised) in the western part of the park, towards the west of the road Nordenflychtsvägen. For a hidden gem in the area, I recommend Bönan & Prinsen on Rålambsvägen 65, if you feel like a tasty breakfast or lunch. It is just a few minutes’ walk from the park. Your dog is welcome too, which is rare in Stockholm.
On Sundays, you might get lucky and spot members of the Stockholm Medieval Association practicing swordsmanship in full medieval knight armors. Personally, I love dreaming about past times and although I am generally not into watching people fight, I love the outfits a lot.
The park is connected to Rålambshovsparken, known to the locals as “Rålis” and together the two parks make out the largest green area of the large island of Kungsholmen.
Take the green subway line heading west for 10 minutes to Kristineberg. Then the park is just a few minutes’ walk away.