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Stockholm, Sweden

Places of Interest

Gamla Stan (Old Town)

Gamla Stan is one of the largest and best preserved medieval city centers in Europe, and one of the foremost attractions in Stockholm. This is where Stockholm was founded in 1252. All of Gamla Stan and the adjacent island of Riddarholmen are like a living pedestrian‑friendly museum full of sights, attractions, restaurants, cafes, bars and places to shop.

The Vasa Museum

The Vasa is the only preserved seventeenth‑century ship in the world, and a unique art treasure and attraction. More than 95 percent of the ship is original, and it is decorated with hundreds of carved sculptures.The museum is open for banquets and receptions.

The Royal Palace

is of the largest palaces in Europe! The Royal Palace is the official residence of His Majesty the King of Sweden, with over 600 rooms.

Drottningholm Palace & Theatre

Drottningholm Palace is Sweden's best preserved royal palace constructed in the seventeenth century, the permanent residence of the royal family and one of Stockholm's three World Heritage Sites.


Djurgården is a calm oasis, almost in the city center, which has been royal land since the fifteenth century. There are fine areas to stroll and Djurgården is also home to several of city’s top museums and attractions, as well as enjoyable cafes and restaurants.

Stockholm's Archipelago

Many visitors are unaware of its most spectacular feature – the archipelago. This magnificent maritime landscape of more than 30,000 islands, islets and skerries, of which just some one thousand are inhabited, is unique in the world. Many boat tours offer lunch or dinner.