Access is via a district that was inhabited in the 18C by tanners, whose low houses you can still see. After Gamla Lundagatan, a path takes you up to the highest point in Stockholm, which, at 53m above sea level, affords a splendid panoramic view over the city. The large red building (1850) situated at the foot of the hill is the Munich brasserie (Münchenbryggeriet). From the west side of the cliff, steps lead down through Yttersta Tvärgränd, a steep little street lined with fine 18C and 19C stone buildings.
Address:Gamla Lundagatan, 11823 Stockholm