Mikael Blomkvist

So many millions of people can not be wrong Millenium is the bombshell of the year! Thanks to this trilogy by Stieg Larsson the streets of Stockholm one of the 14 islands that make up the city of Stockholm have become famous throughout the world. The trilogy has already its film adaptation which will very soon release the second part, hoping to reap the same success as the first. Since he went on sale Milenium, the previously quiet old town of Sodermalm has become a hotbed of literary tourists looking for places in which the protagonists of the trilogy, the young hacker Lisbeth Salander and converted into a detective Mikael Blomkvist journalist moved. Thanks to Larsson, Stockholm and its islands have become fictional murders and extortions onstage and in a mass tourist phenomenon. MILENIUM has opened a tourist route through the most special enclaves of the trilogy, most located in Sodermalm: magazine writing Millenium, Gotgatan, 19, the Bellsmangatan Street, where he lives in a penthouse the journalist Mikael Blomkvist; or the Mosebacke Torg square, considered the most beautiful square of Stockholm made, up to advertisers used the Millenium route to sponsor their products and Bellsmangatan Street has become the perfect scenario for a catalogue of German cars. The most famous Museum of the city, the City Museum, sells copies of the map of the Millnium route, where a journey is made through the most important points of the trilogy. What Larsson with his novel has meant a change for the better for Sodermalm, which has considerably increased its revenues and its passage opens new premises to cater the avalanche of tourists who arrive daily. Yet you’ve not read Milenium? Run to your copy to the nearest bookstore and soak up the best literature..