This is Stockholm

Modernity meets tranquility. Trend-setting restaurants and vibrant nightclubs next to idyllic archipelago. Welcome to a city where it is easy to breathe – and to feel your pulse.

Attractions

Djurgården

The green island of Djurgården, close to central Stockholm, is beloved by both Stockholmers and tourists. Djurgården is a calm oasis which has been royal land since the fifteenth century. There are fine areas to stroll, for example around the Djurgårdsbrunn canal and Blockhusudden. Djurgården is also home to several of city’s top museums and attractions, as well as enjoyable cafés and restaurants. It’s easy to reach Djurgården on foot, by the Djurgården ferry boat from Gamla Stan/Slussen, by tram from Norrmalmstorg or by bus.

Drottningholm Palace

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Fotografiska

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The Museum of Biology

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District guide: Östermalm

1 Shopping • 1 Nightlife • 8 Restaurant • 2 Attraction

Boat sightseeing with Rederi Mälaren

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The Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities

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The National Maritime Museum

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District guide: Kungsholmen

3 Restaurant • 2 Café • 2 Attraction • 2 Nightlife • 2 Activity

Ulriksdal Palace

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Museum highlights: Art & architecture

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The Museum of Dance

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Musikaliska

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Marabouparken

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The Royal Mews

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Tour: Old Town & Riddarholmen

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The Hallwyl Collection

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The Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design

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Gustav III's Pavilion

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The City Hall

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Sightseeing

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The Chinese Pavilion

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The Royal Dramatic Theatre

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The City Museum of Stockholm

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Romantic places

3 Restaurant • 2 Café • 3 Attraction

The Royal Coin Cabinet

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The Gustavsberg Porcelain Museum

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The Royal Palace

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Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities

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