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The “Venice of the North” is a misleading nickname for Stockholm because the two cities have very different urban structures. Here, the overriding impression is not so much of a city criss-crossed by water as of a city that has developed by colonising the 14 islands dotted around it in the water. From Stadsholmen, the original centre, Sweden’s capital city has spread, over the centuries, to the neighbouring islands between Lake Mälar and the Baltic, and become a large metropolis.

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Tourist attractions Stockholm : Things to see and do

  • Gamla Stan

    Stora Nygatan S - 111 30 Stockholm

    The old town comprises Stadsholmenl, the original site of Stockholm, Riddarholmen with its palaces and public buildings, Helgeandsholmen where the parliament is situated, and Strömsborg (uninhabitated as late as the 18C). A pedestrian paradise, Gamla..

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  • Skansen Open Air Museum

    Djurgårdsslätten 49-51 S - 115 93 Stockholm

    Founded in 1891 by Artur Hazelius (1833-1901), this is the world's oldest open-air museum and is often described as "Sweden in a nutshell". The different areas are located around the site in accordance with their actual geographic situation. The cult..

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  • The Wasa Museum

    Galärvarvet 14 S - 102 52 Stockholm

    10th Aug. 1628: Gustav II Adolph, the "Lion of the North", launches his fleet ship the Wasa, to conquer the Baltic right up to the Polish coast. Twenty minutes later, the ship sinks, and all is lost. Did it sink because it was overloaded with cannons..

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Hotels Stockholm

  • August Strindberg Hotell Three stars Three stars Three stars

    Tegnérgatan 38 S - 113 59 Stockholm

    Prix Prices from : 995 SEK

    Set in an 1880s building by Tegnérlunden Park, August Strindberg Hotell is only 250 metres from Drottninggatan shopping street. It offers a charming breakfast hall and rooms with free Wi-Fi. All rooms at Hotell August Strindberg have private bathroo..

  • Grand Hôtel Stockholm Five stars Five stars Five stars Five stars Five stars

    Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8 S - 103 27 Stockholm

    Prix Prices from : 1600 SEK

    Grand Hôtel Stockholm is situated on the waterfront opposite the Royal Palace and the Old Town, 1 km from Central Station. It offers fine dining, a free luxury spa and free Wi-Fi access. Grand’s soundproofed, air-conditioned rooms have an LCD TV wit..

  • Hotel Kungsträdgården

    Västra Trädgårdsgatan 11B S - 111 53 Stockholm

    Opened in January 2015, Hotel Kungsträdgården is housed in a fully-renovated 18th century building in central Stockholm. Situated next to the King’s garden, the financial and shopping districts are also within walking distance. The Stockholm Central..

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Leisure activities Stockholm

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Restaurants Stockholm

  • Oaxen Slip Quite comfortable and pleasant restaurant 

    Beckholmsvägen 26 S - 115 21 Djurgården

    A bright, bustling Swedish-style bistro next to the old slipway, overlooking the water. Light floods the room and boats hang from the girders as a nod to the local ship building industry. The food is wholesome and heartening and features plenty of se..

  • Brasserie Bobonne Quite comfortable restaurant 

    Storgatan 12 S - 114 51 Stockholm

    Sweet little two-roomed restaurant with comfy chairs, period floor tiles and a homely feel. The open-plan kitchen fills the room with pleasant aromas. The blackboard lists tasty, well-balanced dishes crafted from fresh ingredients. Menus are French-i..

  • Ulla Winbladh Comfortable restaurant 

    Rosendalsvägen 8 S - 115 21 Djurgården

    Set in a charming park location on the Island of Djurgården and originally built as a steam bakery for the 1897 Stockholm World Fair. Choose between several knick-knack filled rooms and a spacious terrace. The traditional Swedish menu features plenty..

  • EAT Quite comfortable restaurant 

    Jakobsbergsgatan 15 S - 111 44 Stockholm

    Pass the EAT 'Market' fast food outlet in this upmarket shopping mall and head for the slick Oriental 'Bistro' with its rich, moody colour scheme and central cocktail bar. The name stands for 'European Asian Taste' and the Chinese dishes are flavours..

  • Den Gyldene Freden Quite comfortable restaurant 

    Österlånggatan 51 S - 103 17 Old Stockholm Gamla Stan

    Dating back to 1722 and reputedly the city's oldest restaurant. The Swedish Academy - who award the Nobel Prize for literature - meet here weekly. Two rustic, café style, candle-filled dining rooms. Good choice of refined Swedish dishes with modern i..

  • Rolfs Kök Quite comfortable restaurant 

    Tegnérgatan 41 S - 111 61 Stockholm

    Popular, buzzy restaurant in a lively commercial district, run by a passionate chef-owner. The contemporary interior was designed by famous Swedish artists. Sit at the counter to watch the chefs in action. Dishes include homely Swedish classics and b..

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