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Stockholm is one of those rare and beautiful places where you can openly be yourself without a second thought. We recently spent 5 days exploring Stockholm from a tourist perspective but we were also very interested to find out about what gay Stockholm had to offer.
Before arriving, we spoke to our friends and hosts at Stockholm LGBT to find out what we should expect as a gay couple in Stockholm. We found this was definitely the case. When we think about the word normalised in society, for us this means that people simply do not notice you as a gay couple, they just see you as any other couple in the street. Stockholm thoroughly impressed us so we have put together a Stockholm Gay Guide for you to learn everything you need to know!
To learn more about how to get to Stockholm, the major attractions, how to get around, the best restaurants, hotels and practical tips take a look at our complete guide to Stockholm here.
While the laws and rights for LGBT people in a certain country are not always reflective of the personal views the locals have, they are always a good starting point for understanding more about being an LGBT tourist in that country. In the case of Sweden, we are happy to report that both the laws and personal views are very progressive. These rights are also reflected in the personal opinions for the majority of Swedes.
Stockholm does not have a specific gay area or gay district. However, it does have a number of specifically gay bars and clubs. We believe that there is not a gay district because the majority of bars are a mixed crowd, and very welcoming of LGBT people anyway. The best way to explain this might be to take our hometown Manchester. We did not feel that was the case here in Stockholm. During our time we went to the following gay bars in Stockholm and would definitely recommend you check them out.