There are loads of amazing vantage points in the city.
Stockholm’s winter sunsets are so beautiful that they look like something from a movie set. Pinks, purples, blues and oranges stretch across the sky and welcome the evening. You can spot these beautiful colours from anywhere in the city but there are certain vantage point from which the winter sunset is best viewed, and here are just a few. Make sure to wrap up warm and stay safe if you’re heading out into to watch the sun go down at any of these beautiful spots.
Where could be better to watch the sunset than Stockholm’s highest natural point? Lots of people go to Skinnarviksberget in the Summer to watch the sunset and sunrise. However, there are fewer people in the Winter, so if you’re brave enough to venture out in the cold then you are unlikely to be crowded at this spot.
Monteliusvägen is a spot very popular with tourists, but at the moment the city is not seeing the usual winter influx of tourists so it will be less crowded. It’s one of the best vantage points in the city, which is why it’s so popular with those visiting the city. It’s not far from Skinnarviksberget but it’s much easier to reach, especially in the icy winter months.
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Skansen offers one of the most beautiful views of the city, year-round. In the winter the horizon glows red and purple, beautifully framing the city below. You can see a great deal of the city from here so make sure to bring your phone and take lots of beautiful photos!
This little island sits next to Gamla Stan and it offers some of the best views in Stockholm. From anywhere on the bay you can watch the sun go down and in winter those beautiful colours contrast amazingly with the icy blue water below. It’s very easy to get to and a sense of calm comes over you, sitting on the bay and watching the winter sky.
There are plenty of places to sit and enjoy the sunset in Centralbron. From this amazing vantage point, you can watch the sky melt into amazing candyfloss colours. It sits between Norrmalm and Gamla Stan to it’s easily accessible at any time.