While I like seeing the main sights of any city I visit, I also enjoy walking around aimlessly and seeing what I discover. Katarina Church (Katarina Kyrka) in Stockholm (Södermalm) was one of those discoveries. Perhaps if I had done my research ahead of time, the church and its neighborhood would have ended on a ‘must-see’ list. But it was a lot neater to run into this neighborhood by sheer luck and wanderlust!
Cornelisparken – good views of Stockholm
I then walked off a side sidestreet on the opposite side of the square from where I had entered it, Mäster Mikaels gata, with quaint homes that ended with a park, Cornelisparken, that offered a great viewpoint that overlooked Gamla Stan and other parts of Stockholm. I seemed to be on a roll discovering great spots with great views in Stockholm (another was from City Hall)!
This part of my longer walk was probably my favorite of the whole weekend and I think yielded some of my favorite photos from the trip!