Top 35 Stockholm Quotes

Here we have the best Stockholm Quotes from famous authors such as Gustaf Skarsgard, Yung Lean, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Kerli, Genzebe Dibaba. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.

I'm grateful I grew up in Stockholm.
I’m grateful I grew up in Stockholm.

Gustaf Skarsgard
I don’t think I could live anywhere else but Stockholm.

Wild horses couldn’t drag me away from a summer on the Stockholm archipelago.

I left home when I was 16 years old, and I’ve been living all around the world honing my craft. I lived in L.A. for eight years, then Stockholm, London, and New York.

My focus in 2016 will be the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Portland, and as preparation for that, I will try to break the world indoor mile record in Stockholm on February 17.

Genzebe Dibaba
We can be a little less organized in Stockholm; it’s not really that serious. And on the White Marble tour in Europe – I don’t think there’s as much hardcore fans as in the U.S. In the U.S., it’s like this whole celebrity culture.

The best creative no longer has to originate in Chicago or London; it will be coming from Stockholm, Tokyo, and Seoul as well.

I’m in Stockholm in my office. I just got here after seeing my eighth child on an ultrasound, so I’m in a good mood. It’s beautiful: an energetic little skeleton.

Frank Ocean called me when I was in Stockholm when I was, like, 17.

Because I’m traveling so much, Stockholm has become more and more a place for me to recharge and be creative, and then I head back on the road again.

Waiting for me in Stockholm will be a personal assistantKatrina from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs – as well the secretary of the Swedish Academy. They’ll help us with our things and take us to our hotel. From the moment I arrive, I’ll always be together with the other two laureates.

You will also allow me to thank the Academy for inviting me to lecture in Stockholm, for its hospitality, and for the opportunity afforded me for admiring the charm of your people and the beauty of your country.

Guglielmo Marconi
Stockholm is surely an urban planner‘s dream. Everything works. Everything looks good.

There are days when I walk through the center of Stockholm when I get this sudden feeling of happiness – a sense of belonging and at the same time gratitude that I’m so privileged that I can live my life in my city.

While I have been to Switzerland, Stockholm, and other parts of Europe and Canada, I don’t have a specific place that is my favorite. I just represent Earth.

When I first encountered the name of the city of Stockholm, I little thought that I would ever visit it, never mind end up being welcomed to it as a guest of the Swedish Academy and the Nobel Foundation.

Goteborg used to be a not very cool place to live. The culture centered around shrimp and bingo. Bands played Copenhagen and Stockholm and skipped Goteborg.

I would say that during my lifetime, one of the worst political scandals in Sweden was absolutely what happened surrounding the affair of the submarines in Swedish waters in 1982, where there were supposed to be Russian submarines close to Stockholm. And the military of Sweden never got one up.

As a novelist, there are three phone calls you never expect to receive in your lifetime because if you waited for them you would grow despairing – one calling from Stockholm with a Swedish accent, one from the NBA, and one from Oprah Winfrey.

There is a very vibrant cultural scene in Stockholm. There are lots of places where there are concerts, and there are loads of museums and theaters.

I went to high school in Texas for one year, my senior year. My parents wanted me to get out of Stockholm because I was running with the wrong crew. They wanted me to get back to my roots.

I mean, they call it Stockholm Syndrome and post traumatic stress disorder. And, you know, I had no free will. I had virtually no free will until I was separated from them for about two weeks.

The Stockholm street style is distinctive, with ensembles that exemplify the city’s understated elegance.

Because of my job, I get a lot of opportunity to grab a few days here and there in many cool cities for press commitments, magazine shoots and premieres – Barcelona, Madrid, Rome, Paris, Stockholm, New York, Berlin. I always try to get to a gallery or museum if there’s time.

Just the city of Stockholm was really, really nice. Walking around the city was pretty cool.

The delicate and intricate pattern of competition and cooperation in the economic behavior of the hundreds of thousands of citizens of Stockholm offers a challenge to the economist that is perhaps as complex as the challenges of the physicist and the chemist.

George Stigler
A lot of young musicians in Stockholm are about keeping tradition alive and moving it forward at the same time.

The Swedish winters and summers hold the most enduring memories for me. Now, when I am back in Stockholm in November, it is difficult to imagine being able to ski to school. I think that is a tragedy.

Johan Eliasch
The rules that enabled me to compete first went into effect in 2003. They are known as the Stockholm consensus with the IOC, but I think even 10 years ago the world perhaps wasn’t ready for an athlete like myself – and perhaps it is not ready now.

My Swedish grandmother was the daughter of a dairy farmer who lived near Hedemora. My Swedish grandfather worked as a clerk for the Swedish railways in the Stockholm station.

George Akerlof
I have a weird thing – if I can’t see where all the walls in my house are, I get a little bit freaked out. I think New York has Stockholm Syndrome’d my sense of space and what a house should be.

William Jackson Harper
I moved from Stockholm to London, and I didn’t want to work with my parents or have them help me in any way, I think just to prove to myself that I have my own talent.

Overall, I was extremely impressed with the fashion scene that Stockholm has to offer, both on and off the runways.

I come from the working-class area of Stockholm, and I grew up with Serbian and Chilean people.

I’m from a rural town outside of Stockholm, so in coming to L.A., I’ve been able to not think that much about my background. It’s much easier for me in this big town, this big bubble to isolate myself from that and be a little more self-confident. I’m here to do my take on soul.

Erik Hassle