There are 36 entries in this guide to the capital of Sweden, incorporating a range of interests: good food and coffee, cultural pursuits and shops. There's rainwear from Stutterheim, salty caramel fromPärlans Konfektyr, intimate eating at Bakfickan and a great deal more.
* A3 (11-3/4 x 16-1/2 in) folded to A6 (4-1/8 x 5-7/8 in) * Litho-printed in England on recycled paper
About Herb Lester Guides:
Herb Lester’s unique guides steer visitors towards the unusual, the underrated, the hip, the historic.
They make their travel guides the old-fashioned way: They write and research in-house or with the assistance of trusted locals, reading old guide books and welcoming the opportunity to revive old friendships in far-flung locales in the quest for on-the-ground knowledge.
This is a time-consuming and costly process, for which they accept no advertising and no free meals. However, if the opportunity arises, they are glad of assistance with places to stay, since they do not cover hotels in their publications. All this means that what they include are the places and things they like and feel deserve your attention.
The maps are litho-printed in England on sustainably sourced paper. This is a slower and more costly process than digital printing, but the difference in quality makes it worthwhile.