This small jazz club is hidden among the picture-perfect streets of Gamla Stan. Its appeal, mainly to tourists, is based on its intimacy, allowing a relationship to form between audience and musicians. The two floors offer different styles of music: downstairs fosters a country and funk vibe while upstairs adheres more to traditional jazz.
rnIts décor is a mix of stereotypical jazz club and Old Town kitsch. Pots and pans hanging from the ceiling are juxtaposed with the typical photographs and paintings of famous jazz musicians – both domestic and international. Stampen is a great place to pop into for an hour mid-evening to enjoy a chilled-out drink with a couple of friends.