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An outing to the Junibacken or Sydpoolen Indoor Water Park is a wonderful opportunity for some quality time with the family. If that isn't enough to wear the kids out, why not head along to Tivoli Grona Lund or Dalaro Miniture Golf as well?
Stepping into Skansen Aquarium is like being dropped into the ocean, but without having to get wet! Here you'll get up close to all kinds of incredible aquatic creatures.
Enjoy the amazement and wonder in the kids’ eyes when they get up close to the interesting animals at the Skansen. Butterfly House also offers an entertaining and educational experience.
The Casino Cosmopol Stockholm is the place to go for high-stakes gaming and a buzzing atmosphere. Put down a couple of bets, have a drink and soak up the electricity.
Walking around the manicured gardens and artistic flower displays at the Bergianska Tradgarden feels like gliding through a vibrant dreamland.
There's no need to venture deep into the forest to see a bit of greenery. The Millesgarden and Watch Hill are just two of the inviting recreational spots you'll find amid this concrete jungle. Alternatively, get your body moving and keep the kids active by exploring Moja or Bellevue Park.
Why not go for a relaxing stroll around Lake Trekanten or Stockholm Canals? Or, you might like to simply park yourself by the water's edge and see if you can spot interesting birds.
Fill your pockets with seashells and fill your lungs with fresh, salty air. A trip to Schweizerbadet Beach or Toro Pebble Beach is a great way to relax!
You probably know about its must-see shopping centres and museums, but don't forget that Stockholm has some pleasant nature reserves too. Grinda and Finnhamn are two names to keep in mind. Two additional areas to check out are Haga Park and Sandhamn Harbour.
The Vasa Museum and the National Museum are ideal places to collect your thoughts. Take a look at the absorbing exhibits and ask the helpful staff about guided tours and other one-off happenings! Can't get enough? Also head to the Swedish Museum of Photography and the Museum of Medieval Stockholm.
Take a journey through the seven seas at the Maritime Museum, a valuable repository of the area's maritime past.
The science geeks among us will be in their element at the Tom Tits Experiment. Showcasing even more captivating innovations, the artefacts at the Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology are sure to stimulate your imagination.
As every explorer knows, our world is an incredible place. Nowhere is this more obvious than in the overflowing cabinets at the Nordic Museum and the Swedish Museum of Natural History.
With a good number of wonderful art exhibitions to take your pick of, you might need a small push in the right direction. We recommend grabbing a strong coffee and heading straight for the Prince Eugen Waldemarsudde Museum or the Museum of Modern Art. The Sigtuna Museum and the Thiel Gallery should also be on your radar.
Find out about the influence that Stockholm's past people and events had on the nation, and sometimes the world, at the Swedish History Museum and the Hallwyl Museum. The Stockholm City Museum and the Stockholm County Museum are also worth stopping by for a better understanding of the past.
Stockholm truly delivers the goods when it comes to historic places. You'll be able to get a better awareness of this destination's past at Stockholm City Hall and the Karolinska Institute. The Stockholm University and the Royal College of Music are also worth checking out.
Drottningholm Palace and Stockholm Palace have housed a number of Stockholm's most important people throughout the years. Of course, they aren't the only fantastic residences you'll find in Stockholm. Haga Palace and House of Nobility are also well worth a visit.
For a magical escape, head over and admire the captivating profile of Djursholm Castle and Bogesund Castle. Tullgarn Palace and Arsta Slott also look like they belong in the pages of a fairytale book. If luck is on your side, you might be able to catch a guided tour.
Customers interested in the religious heritage of the area should check out Stockholm Cathedral and Riddarholmen Church. You can experience an even deeper understanding of the local beliefs at Gustav Vasa Church and Adolf Fredrik Church.
You may think you've ticked everything off your list after seeing Stockholm's most impressive attractions, but don't head off yet. There are still lots of surprises left. Why not enjoy a visit to Stureplan and the Stockholm Public Library? Or, visit, the House of Culture and Pampas Marina.
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Whether you're looking for a basic room to lay your head or one with the whole kit and caboodle, this city can fulfil your needs. For good service at an inexpensive price, check out the Stockholm Hostel (Alströmergatan 15) or the Hotel Hornsgatan (Hornsgatan 66B). However, if you're the sort of person who likes to live a little when you're away from home, the Grand Hôtel Stockholm or the Hotel Skeppsholmen will more than fit the bill.
In what is a very beautiful city, the Gamla Stan or old town is the most picturesque part and many of the city's most important buildings lie on its cobbled streets – you could spend an entire weekend in Stockholm wandering these meandering alleys. This part of the city dates back as far as the 14th century, the north German architectural style of the buildings lending them a fairytale appearance. The centre of the old town is Stortorget, the main square, which is lined with cafes and is also the home of the Stockholm Stock Exchange building. Elsewhere in Gamla Stan you will find the Nobel Museum – devoted to the famous Nobel Prize and the achievements of its many winners – the royal palace and the Stockholm Cathedral.
One of the best-known sights in the city is the Vasa, a 17th century warship preserved almost entirely intact. After she was pulled from the depths off the coast of Beckholmen over 30 years of painstaking restoration work went into restoring her to her former glory as the centrepiece of the museum at Galärvarvet. Since then over 25 million visitors have seen the ship as well as the treasures found by divers around where she lay on the seabed. The ship tragically sank in 1628, not far out of harbour, and when it was raised the bodies of 16 sailors were also found.
A scenic boat trip from Stockholm, Drottningholm Palace is a great day trip to take from the Swedish capital. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the palace is widely recognised to be one of the finest and best-preserved examples of 17th century palaces in Europe. Lavish gardens, a pavilion built in the Chinese style, and the Court Theatre are just some of the attractions on offer at what is to this day the Swedish Royal Family's permanent residence. The boat to Drottningholm leaves from just outside the City Hall and the palace can also be visited by bus or car.
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Stretching east from the city of Stockholm lies a jigsaw puzzle made up of some 24,000 islands that comprise the Stockholm Archipelago. It takes less than half an hour by boat from the city centre to reach this otherworldly destination. Only 1,000 of the islands are inhabited so for large stretches the archipelago makes for a blissfully tranquil getaway. A huge array of boats are on hand to take you out into the maze of islands and islets, including traditional white ferries which have been weaving between the rocks for over a century. From larger, densely forested islands to small rocky outcrops, you will see plenty of variety, whatever method you use to explore the archipelago.
The idea of fishing in most capital cities would be at best laughable and at worst dangerous, but with the vast amount of water surrounding Stockholm there are ample opportunities to catch something for dinner. Salmon and trout can both be found in the water between central Stockholm and the old town and as the weather warms you will see plenty of keen fishermen casting off from many of the city's bridges. If you’re not getting any bites you can always head for the archipelago and try your luck there instead.
Since his death in 2004, the novels of Stieg Larsson have become world renowned, and with Stockholm being the background for most of the action in his crime books you can visit the real life sites that set his imagination running. The Millennium Trilogy is mainly set in Södermalm, one of the 14 islands that make up the Swedish capital. Larsson worked for many years as a journalist in Stockholm and a tour is available tracing the movements of the main protagonist, Mikael Blomkvist. The Stockholm City Museum arranges the Millennium Tour along with other great-guided walks around the city.
Arlanda Airport is Stockholm's main international airport and lies 25 miles away from the city.
To get into town taxis offer a fixed fee for the 40-minute ride but fares will differ between companies. An express train, the Arlanda Express running every 15 minutes, will drop you at Central Station in half that time and is a more economical option. A standard train will also take you into the city and is even cheaper than the express route. A number of coach companies also offer transfers into the city.
In Stockholm, taxi is an expensive way to travel and not all drivers use their meter. It is best to inquire beforehand and if necessary set a price.
The Swedish capital's various public transport systems are linked when it comes to fares and work on a coupon system. Travellers buy a set number of coupons and the number used up depends upon the length of each journey, whether that be by metro, bus, commuter train, tram or ferry.
The metro system or T-Bana is extensive, with 100 stations covering almost all of the city. Trains run until 1am from Monday to Friday and all through the night on weekends.
The most pleasant way to get around Stockholm is to take to the water. From Skeppsbron in the old town, ferries leave three to four times an hour to Djurgården.
Stockholm operates operate a congestion charge during the working hours of the day. Although many car rental companies pay this charge for their customers it is worth checking. If you feel like having your own wheels to explore the surrounding areas, check out our car hire in Stockholm options.
Set in the heart of the old town, the reflects all of the period charm of its surroundings. The rooms are furnished elegantly and in a way in-keeping with the 17th century history of the building while still offering the modern comforts one would expect of a good quality hotel. Within walking distance of this hotel in Stockholm you will find the Cathedral, Royal Palace and the Swedish Parliament.
Set on the leafy island of Skeppsholmen is the Skeppsholmen Hotel. The island is a very tranquil spot but still within the heart of the city and close to all the major attractions that go with that. Built in 1699, the building retains its historic character from the outside while inside a number of respectful modern touches have given it a more contemporary feel. However the original windows and wooden floors remain throughout the 80+ comfortable rooms.
The Victory Hotel is part of a family-run chain of hotels in the city and that homely touch is evident throughout. The owners are keen lovers of maritime history and Swedish folklore, and art reflecting these two themes adorns the walls and adds some real character to the place.
Located in Central Stockholm, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre and Stockholm City Hall. Royal Swedish ...
Located in Central Stockholm, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Oscar Theatre, Stockholm City Hall and Royal Swedish Opera. Museum of Medieval ...
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