AttractionsSee Stockholm from the rooftops on a guided tour, well secured with safety equipment. It’s a unique combination of climbing and sightseeing – for people not afraid of heights.
AttractionsThe 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...
AttractionsThe world’s first national urban park is a green
lung forming an arc more than six miles long, stretching
around and through the city.
AttractionsExperience one of Europe's foremost collections of art from the twentieth century to today, featuring works by artists including Picasso, Dali, Derkert and Matisse.
AttractionsHistoric environment located high up on the edge of a cliff with a fantastic view of the city. Fjällgatan’s Kaffestuga café is charming and popular.
AttractionsThe Kaknäs Tower is the hub of all TV and radio transmission in Sweden. The 155-metre tower gives you a fantastic view of Stockholm and the city’s surroundings. Viewing gallery, restaurant and café.
AttractionsLiving Amazon rainforest with giant catfish, stingrays and piranhas. Sea tank with sharks and a moray eel, as well as corals, anemones, crustacesans and schools of fish. Café and shop.
AttractionsHundreds of exotic butterflies inhabit this lush, tropical environment, as do frogs, parrots and other insects and animals. Stockholm’s oldest winter garden, with a boutique and greenhouse café.
AttractionsOne of Sweden’s first real towns. During Viking times, Birka on the island of Björkö in Lake Mälaren, was the central hub and the most important marketplace in the entire Mälar Valley. It was established in the eighth century, attracting...
AttractionsA 500-meter long (quarter mile) walking path with a magnificent view of Lake Mälaren, City Hall, and Riddarholmen, especially at sunrise and sunset.