Stockholm City Guide 🇸🇪
Let's go explore
The Swedish capital is great in many ways. Especially if you’re riding Voi, as the city has miles and miles of winding bikes lanes and tons of cool places you have to visit. Stockholm is by the way the birthplace of Voi, in case you didn’t know. Do you want to explore Stockholm on a Voi? Find the best places to go in this city guide, download the Voi app and get scooting!GET THE APP
Hidden gems in the city
Stockholm is known for its beauty. And if you want to check out some hidden gems, Skinnarviksberget on Södermalm is the perfect spot to watch the sun set over Lilla Essingen. During winter time, you have to be early since the sun sets at around 3 p.m. Luckily, this beautiful hill is super accessible with a Voi.
Need a cooldown? During the summer the locals love to go for a swim at Fredhällsklipporna on Kungsholmen.
Most common Voi trips in Stockholm
During weekends, Voi-riding Stockholmare love to hang out in Norrmalm, Djurgården and Vasastan - home of tons of great places to eat, like 800 Grader or Greasy Spoon.
For tourists in Stockholm
Tourists, much like locals, love Norrmalm’s endless opportunities for food and shopping. However, they also love to visit plenty of landmarks like Old Town, Stockholm City Hall, Gondolen - suspended high above the entrance of the port, with a great view - and of course the Abba Museum.
Voi friendly areas
Some places are better to ride Voi in than others. If you want to practice your Voi riding in a beautiful environment or just want to enjoy some peace and quiet (almost), head out to Djurgården. This gorgeous part of Stockholm has little to no traffic but a lot of bike lanes instead. And when you need a break from the lush and winding roads, there are plenty of things to do. From going to museums to enjoying a day at the amusement park Gröna Lund.
Fun fact about Voi in Stockholm
In the Swedish capital, people usually start working at 9 a.m. And Voi helps them get to work on time! Turns out most Stockholmers start their journeys at around 8 a.m. and end them just before 9 a.m. Right in time to get to work and enjoy a cup of coffee before starting their busy days.
Ride like a local
Always ride in bike lanes, follow the local rules and regulations and wear a helmet. During winter time the weather tends to get chilly, so make sure you bring some gloves.
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