/Stockholm Cathedral
The Stockholm cathedral dates from the 13th century. Official state weddings are held in the Stockholm Cathedral, as well as many other official ceremonies.
/Vasa museum
The warship Vasa capsized and sank in Stockholm bay in 1628 on its maiden voyage. The ship was lifted from the bottom in 1961 and found to be almost entirely intact. It was put on display in a building of its own near the shore.
/Royal Palace
The Royal Palace is one of the largest in Europe with over 600 rooms. If you are lucky you might see the King himself, on the way to his office!
The island of Djurgården is the first city national park and here you will find many attractions, such as the Vasa museum, the amusement park and the ABBA museum.
Uppsala has the oldest university town in our region, with a splendid Gothic church and a collection of priceless books. In Uppsala you find a viking culture place well worth a visit.
The Djurgården island’s open-air museum, Skansen, is a “mini-Sweden” with replicas of historic houses where you can see craftsmen practicing old-time trades.
/Drottningholm Palace
Drottningholm Palace is the “Swedish Versailles”, and this where the actually lives.
/Stockholm City Hall
The Stockholm City Hall is the venue for the world-famous Nobel Prize banquet. This neo-Romanesque building is one of the city’s most prominent landmarks.
/SoFo District
The trendy and dynamic SoFo district where you can find many different art shops and restaurants.
One of the oldest country towns in Sweden, with centuries of history to be discovered in its winding streets.
/Ice Bar
The ice bar in central Stockholm where the entire bar is made out of ice, even in summer.