Gröna Lund is a fantastic outdoor, but under cover, venue for learning and practising Salsa during the spring and summer every Saturday night.
The Dance floor is split into two groups. Beginners (where you are taken through basic steps each week) and on the other side, Intermediate, for those who have done Salsa classes before.
After the classes it is Salsa for the rest of the evening, practice those new moves with other experienced dancers who are standing by to help you out.
The meeting point will always be at the entrance to the Dance Floor, which is opposite to the Stage.
Get there at around 17.50 and look out for other meet up members who will stand in the entrance to the dance floor. Once they begin they will split you up into either beginners or intermediate levels
The classes are free once you have entered Gröna Lund, with a green card you can enter Gröna Lund from 27th April until October free of charge, the card costs 220kr for the whole summer, without it you will pay 100kr entrance fee each time, so it is worth it, also it is not personal, so others can use it when you can't.
How to get there:
You can get to Gröna lund easily either with the No 7 tram (Spårvagn) towards Djurgården (Skansen) from Sergels Torg just near Kulturhuset in T-Centralen
IF you have a monthly SL travel card, I recommend that you take the Djurgården ferry from Slussen.
The ferry leaves Slussen every 15 minutes (00, 15, 30, 45) and takes 10 minutes direct to Gröna lund.
The ferry usually costs 40kr each way, but with the SL monthly card it is free.
You can take your bike on the ferry, but it costs 40kr each way, so not worth it, it only takes 15 minutes to cycle to Gröna Lund from Slussen, plus if you have a City Cycle Card, there is one just outside Gröna Lund where you can leave your bike.
How to buy the Green Card.
You can buy the card in advance at www.gronalund.se or buy on the night there are not usually big queues to buy it.