This royal palace was built in 1644 and is now located in the Royal National City Park.
Certain of the apartments of King Carl XV and of King Gustaf VI Adolf, the palace’s latest royal resident are open to the public. Café.
I have visited Ulriksdal Palace several times, both summer and winter.It's a very relaxing place to be and the food is great at the coffee shop!In the summer it's amazingly green and you can take long walks around the area and nearby forest. Highly recommended!
AttractionsWelcome to one of the largest palaces in Europe! The Royal Palace is the official residence of His Majesty the King of Sweden, with over 600 rooms.
AttractionsEnough attractions and experiments to fill a whole day. Feel the speed of whizzing down a slide that extends through the entire building, look at opti...
AttractionsStockholm’s only remaining medieval abbey, built in the late 1200s.
AttractionsOne of the finest examples of late 18th century Swedish Gustavian style located in beautiful Hagaparken park surroundings.