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Wasn’t looking for Mårten Trotzigs Gränd, however, it was easy enough to spot due to tourists taking photos in the alley, good luck with getting a photo without strangers in. Full of puerile graffiti, which is a bit odd, as don’t recall seeing it elsewhere...More
Yes it's just a narrow lane covered in graffiti but if you're already walking around the old town anyway, you might as well enjoy the fun in going up or down this lane.
It's not the smallest in Europe - the one in the Czech...More
Mårten Trotzigs gränd is an alley in Gamla Stan (Old Town). It leads from Västerlånggatan up to Prästgatan. It has 36 steps and the width is only 90 centimeters.
It has been a picturesque alley but now it has been smudged with graffitis.
After an interesting visit at Fotografiska in Stockholm we walked thru Old City and at Vasterlanggatan we stop by because of the fact we was little hungry and then saw the sign Entrecôte for 165:- SEK ( about 22 US ). So we went in...More
Walked past it by accident. It's a heavily graffitied passageway that gets slightly narrower as you walk through.
For some reason people look at it.
Oh and there are some stairs to walk up.
I don't get it...?
Gamla Stan is Stockholm’s historic old town and home to the Swedish Royal Palace. It’s the most central island of Stockholm and accompanied by the small island of Riddarholmen, mainly known for its famous Riddarholm Church. Gamla Stan tends to be a bit touristy at times but is definitely worth visiting: take a stroll past the well-preserved buildings and through the small (and also Sweden’s narrowest)
alleys, which will make you feel like you’ve travelled back in time. This neighborhood offers a great combination of historical buildings and traditional Swedish restaurants.