Götgatan is one of the longest streets in Stockholm. It’s original name has been Göthegatan, in English “Gothia Street” and it has been in use since 12th century. Götgatan begins straight from Slussen in the North and it ends in the South to Skanstullsbron, bridge leading to Globe Arena.
Götgatan passes spacious square Medborgarplatsen, park called Björns Trädgård (lowest photo) and one of the Stockholm’s skyscrapers called Skatteskrapan. Götgatan is lively street with lots of shops, cafées and restaurants. Götgatan has been known long time for a less pretentious and more relaxed area than other districts in the central of Stockholm.