Stockholm's narrowest street (Mårten Trotzigs gränd) - Tourist attraction in Stockholm, Sweden

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Mårten Trotzigs gränd 1, 111 29 Stockholm, Sweden


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4.40 (984 reviews)

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  • 5Collins S. 8 months ago
    As the name suggests, it's the narrowest Street in Stockholm! I recommend that you access it from Prastgatan street so that you walk down instead of up.

  • 5David Lee M. 4 years ago
    This is absolutely the most essential and stupendous attraction in all of Stockholm. Adrenaline flowing, heart strings ringing, and my soul singing, I am so grateful to the Lord that I was able to enjoy this pinnacle and integral life experience. If you go to Stockholm, and miss this, you didn’t go to Stockholm. Short width, but its dreams tall; skinny street, but its length long.

  • 5Mauricio P. 2 years ago
    Very unique "passage" or street if you want, there are some steps toward the top and nice graphite on the walls, at night for me it's more interesting

  • 5Nadine S. 2 years ago
    Beautiful walking tour. The weather was great and the people were full of positive energy and ready to discover.

  • 5Iskander K. 3 years ago
    Beautiful, historic place! Must visit!

  • 5Eldest F. 3 years ago
    This is all located in Gamla Stan. There is a self guided tour available on the Google maps.

  • 4Oksana S. 1 year ago
    One of the narrowest street in Europe, named after a german emigrant (Mårten Trotzigs), has near 36 steps at some places 90cm wide Urban legend says if you walking down the street and press your hands to the walls, 36 whishes would be granted Unfortunately I wasn’t lucky enough to test that theory as the street was under construction while I was visiting Stockholm, maybe next time Very famous tourist pictures-spot, walls of old buildings covered all over with a plenty of not very artistic graffiti, which spoiling the looks in my opinion #TheNerrowestStreet #TheNerrowestStreetStockholm

  • 3Allen W. 5 months ago
    Just another narrow street with a lot of tourists. It has a rumour that if you walk the entire passage touching both sides you will have good blessings.

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Last updated: 2022-04-24