|Kastellholmen (left) and Djurgården (right)|
my recent visit to Fotografiska. Most of Stockholm is pretty flat, with the exception of the northern coastline of Södermalm island which rises above the harbor and provides good views of the city from several points. Fjällgatan is located on the eastern side of this rise. This is one of the most popular view points and is even on the route for the Panorama bus tour. The Hop On/Off bus tour also makes a stop a block or so away from Fjällgatan. As I was at the Fotografiska museum on the waterfront, I used the stairs behind the museum (called Söderberg's stairs) to get up to Fjällgatan.
|Söderberg's stairs behind Fotografiska|
|Entrance to Herman's restaurant and garden café|