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Travel to Stockholm – no doubt it is one of the most beautiful capitals around the world to travel to! This delicate Scandinavian beauty has so much to offer! Hop on Stockholm tours and enjoy Sweden’s treasures. Take a tour through the fascinating Old Town, known as Gamla stan, see all narrow streets, enjoy harbor views, beautiful churches and of course – the Royal Palace! Stockholm travelers know, that here, in the city, are most amazing museums and exhibitions. Visit Vasa Museum, ABBA Museum, The Thiel Gallery or explore modern art museum – Moderna Museet. Touring through all these Palaces will leave you breathless! Boat to Drottningholm, Rosendal Palaces, The Royal Opera House, The Royal Dramatic Theatre… So much to visit! And then after tours in the city center, enjoy a picnic in the Royal National City Park. Travel and get to know the locals – friendly and stylish people who will tell you secrets of the city! Stockholm tours and joyful spirit will make you fall in love with Sweden!
Population: 942,370 (2014)
Area: 188 km2
Postal code: 100 00-199 99
Area code: +46-8
Rank in the country: 1st in Sweden
The Old Town is located in a small Gamla Stan island and is no doubt one of the most famous visited places in Stockholm. Stockholm itself was founded in the Gamla Stan Island in 1252 so it is no surprise that the Old Town is one of the most unique historically rich areas you could find in the city. Colourful, classic architecture, cobblestone streets and winding alleyways combined with the famous Stockholm Cathedral, Swedish royal family’s palace and the Nobel Museum make this neighbourhood hard to forget! Oh, and don’t forget to try your luck and squeeze into Stockholm’s narrowest street that is only 90cm wide.
Skansen is a special must-visit place because it is the first and the oldest open-air museum not only in Sweden but in the whole world! It is so big and interesting tourists usually spend all day here without getting bored. Because who would get bored when you get a chance to see attractions illustrating five centuries of Swedish history, a zoo containing 75 different Scandinavian animal species, and grab a bite in the on-site dinners? Don’t miss a chance to see the 18th century wooden churches, various interesting homes and shops of the time and checking out Swedish traditional activities such as spinning and knitting.
The ABBA Museum is one of the highly recommended places for any music lover! It is located inside a Pop House and exhibits the group’s history from folk singers to such international success. The museum also offers such interactive and fun things to do as performing on stage with the band and mixing your own studio recording. Just don’t be surprised if afterwards you are not going to be able to shake the good mood and the beat of the “Dancing Queen” off.
SoFo is undoubtedly the hippiest, the most millenial-like and interesting neighbourhood in Stockholm. Known for it laid-back atmosphere, SoFo is full of amazing restaurants, cafes and bakeries, the visitors can also visit a few museums, a photography gallery or simply grab a blanket, some food and relax at the Vita Bergen park while secretly peaking at the trendy Stockholmers getting around their day. At summers, there is even a free theatre here, how much more cool can this place get, right?
Djurgarden Island is a perfect place to visit if you want to get a glimpse at the famous Swedish countryside. The island is located right next to Stockholm’s centre that can be accessed by foot, bike, ferry – all depending on your preferences. The Island is a perfect green oasis amazingly suitable for taking a walk, biking and picnicking. In here, you will also find more than 20 museums, an aquarium and even amusement park!
Meatballs for the People is a top place serving the traditional Swedish meatballs. The famous meatballs are made from organic meats including moose, bear, wild boar and reindeer. While it might not be vegetarian-friendly, it is a must-visit for anyone with a courageous spirit and stomach!
Cafe Saturnus is best known for the legendary cinnamon rolls that by the local press were described as the biggest and the best rolls in town. Of course, there is also a great choice of various teas and coffees to enjoy and keep you warm.
Adam & Albin Matstudio is a restaurant that has it all: from fancy diner dishes to tasty simple yet delicious ramen noodles. The setting and atmosphere is so unique that you will feel more like in the chefs’ living room than in a fancy restaurant. However, don’t forget to make a reservation because it is not open every day of the week.
TAK is the best place for having a delicious cocktail at 48 meters above sea level. This restaurant offers a menu consisting of Nordic-Japanese fusion cuisine and is said to be one of the best rooftop restaurant is Stockholm.
Ostermalm Saluhall has been named the world’s 7th best food hall. It is full of cafes and restaurants where you can enjoy traditional Swedish delicacies with seafood especially highlighted. It will no doubt feel like paradise for any gourmet and passionate food lover in general!
Take a boat trip based on what you want so do: to explore Stockholm’s center in a different but amazing nonetheless way or take a little detour and see the amazing 30,000 islands archipelago of Sweden. Regardless of your choice, it is definitely one of the best things to do in Stockholm because if you want to get to know Sweden and its capital, which is almost entirely built on water, you should look at it from all possible angles!
Explore the downtown that is full of amazing designer boutiques, international shops and oh such cool bars and nightclubs. To go here is definitely a must do if you are looking for some fun and dancing because Norrmalm is very well known for its sleek new nightclubs, cool bars open all the time and modern hotels. A perfect combo, uh?
Relax in the King’s Garden which is a popular place to enjoy some peace and quiet among both locals and visitors. The garden is a beautiful green space located in the back of the royal palace. You can always grab a cup of coffee from an outdoor cafe and enjoy the cherry blossom-lined boulevard.
Ski at the Hammarbybacken because you don’t even have to leave Stockholm for this. It is a winter sport resort located 20 minutes away from the city center and has four runs ranging from green to black based on difficulty. It would be a sin not to visit the Hammarbybacken ski slope for any adrenaline lover!
Visit the Vasa Museum and find out more about the one and only surviving ship from the 17th century. Due to this extraordinary exhibit, the Vasa Museum is the most famous and visited museum in Scandinavia. After examining it, you can also learn about what life was like at sea during that era from the surviving relics.
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