Image by Norstedts
Looking forward to download this app! A new story from the world of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”. Brought to you by the original publisher of the Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy – Norstedts. This is a new story that expands the universe of Stieg Larsson’s Millennium series and adds a new layer to the hugely successful trilogy.
Through the eyes of a hit man with ties to “the Section” the user visits 14 sites from “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” in the hunt for Lisbeth Salander.
Each scene also has several details connected to them: both from the book “The Girl with the Dragoon Tattoo”, and from the world of Stieg Larsson’s Millennium – the real and the fictional.
Read more about it here>>
”The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” to open a day earlier
Have you hear that Sony is releasing “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” a day earlier than originally planned — Dec. 20 instead of Dec. 21, the company announced Tuesday. Looking forward to see Rooney Mara as Salander!
The Swedish television series based on the world-famous criminal stories by the late Swedish writer Stieg Larsson has won the International Emmy for best foreign tv film at the prestigious Emmy awards in New York!
The Hollywood adaptation of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” starring actors Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara, is set to premiere on December 21st.
Watch the trailer for The girl with the dragon tattoo
Experience Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy and stay at the Hilton Stockholm Slussen where part of the story took place.
Start the guided tour around the corner of the hotel and follow in the footsteps of Lisbeth Salander and all the other characters. The 90-minute walking tour is available in English and Swedish and its highlights include: Götgatan – where Mikael Blomkvist’s office is located – the view over Riddarfjärden from his apartment and ‘Kvarnen’, a legendary drinking hall on Södermalm frequented by Lisbeth Salander.
Stieg Larsson’s books ‘The girl with the dragon tattoo‘, ‘The girl who played with fire‘ and ‘The girl who kicked over the hornet’s nest‘ have sold over 50 million copies across the world and The Millennium Trilogy tour gives you a fantastic opportunity to be where everything took place.
You’ll stay in the comfort of Hilton Stockholm Slussen, located on Södermalm’s island, with breakfast and a complimentary glass of wine or beer and canapés in Hilton’s Eken Bar (featured in the TV series). So don’t miss out – book now!
Finally the David Fincher version of the film “the Girl with the dragon tattoo” has got its release date, 21st of December.
Did you know that Gay friendly Sheraton Stockholm Hotel has a Millennium package with a guidebook and a map so you can follow in Lisbeth Salander’s footsteps.
Learn more about it here. If you want something more romantic you should book one of the “Rainbowpackages“.
Sheraton Stockholm has a long story with LGBT staff and has concierges that have special knowledge in what to do and explore as a LGBT person in Stockholm.
If you “like” us at facebook.com/sheratonstockholm I will happily assist you. My name is Martin Blix and has lived as a gay man in Stockholm all my 38 year old life. I work as Online Marketing exec. and among lots of things I answer your questions on Facebook.
I hope you all had a fantastic weekend. I sure did!
Thomas and Brett, the happy newlyweds and winners of Love is in the air US, left Stockholm today. We had so much fun the last couple of days. Yesterday we went to Fotografiska to see the exhibition Lady Warhol and meet the fantastic photographer Christopher Makos.
The Lady Warhol project is the result of two friends’ intense collaboration over a 48-hour period in 1981. Warhol was the model and Makos the photographer.
Fotografiska is the first to exhibit Lady Warhol by Christopher Makos. Eight wigs, two days work, sixteen contact sheets, and fifty photographs comprise this unique series of portraits that depict Andy Warhol’s transformation to his alter ego Lady Warhol.
Our lovely friend Magnus Lindbergh from VisitSweden and Christopher Makos.
Thomas and Brett. So sweet! This photo is from a Millennium Tour at Södermalm.
Thomas and Brett got to try glass blowing at Skansen. We also visited the Christmas market at Skansen, a must for all Stockholmers.