Götgatan is the busiest and most frequented street on Södermalm island, south of central Stockholm. The road crosses the island from one end to the other, from the deck of the Slussen Johanneshovsbron which connects the historic city center of Gamla Stan. Medborgarplasten is halfway into the central square of the island. The most popular area is on the north side, between Slussen and Medborgarplatsen. The north of the island is hilly. Here there are many bars, restaurants and small cafes to warm up it when it snows, and to stop a while if you've been going around the center. In the north (Slussen), there's the metro, bus, museum and flower market. This is a place for relaxation.
Stureplan is one of the trendiest places in Stockholm. It's the point where young people get together. There's a sort of giant mushroom-shaped statue, in the center of the square. You get to go out there, it's awesome because despite the cold, the girls are in mini skirts, sometimes without socks, with open jacket, hair in the wind as if it were a summers day ... It must be a habit though I do not understand how to endure so cold with such little clothes. Stureplan is also the fashionable place to eat in restaurants Swedes, but also "steak houses", Thai, sushi and French is often difficult to find restaurants, the quality is worth the price. During the day there are dozens of small independent designer boutiques clothing, furniture, designers, stylists, hairdressers, fashion ... It's best that you take a photo at night with all your friends to see you on the Stureplan website the next day, to see all the gossip from the night before. There are taxis to take you home, although they're expensive and hard to find at the end of the night.