Unlock the magic of Stockholm

Gleaming modernity and rich history sit side by side in Stockholm - a city of fourteen islands set in a Baltic archipelago. Discover each district’s distinct personality with a guide, from the narrow, ancient streets of Gamla Stan to some of Europe’s best coffee-houses.

Attractions in Stockholm

The world's first open-air museum, covering five centuries of Swedish life before the industrial age.
Vasa Museum
A world-renowned maritime museum, Vasamuseet's salvaged 17th century warship is one of a kind.
ABBA the Museum
Opened in 2013 to wide acclaim, this museum on an island is dedicated to Sweden's most famous musical export.
Wasahamnen is the most centrale marina in Stockholm.
Open Air Museum Stockholm
Open-air museum and zoo in Sweden
Royal Palace Stockholm
The official residence of the Swedish Royal Family, located in the north of Gamla Stan.
City Hall
Stockholm's beautiful City Hall is famed for hosting the Nobel Prize banquet.
Riddarholmen Church
One of Stockholm's most ancient buildings is the burial church of the Swedish monarchy.
The seat of the Riksdag, where 349 MPs represent Swedes from north to south.
Gamla Stan
The birthplace of Stockholm in 1252, beautiful Gamla Stan remains one of Europe's largest and best-preserved medieval old towns.
Storkyrkan Church
Storkyrkan, also called Stockholms
Drottningholm Palace
The private residence of the Swedish royal family, inspired by the Palace of Versailles.
Chinese Pavilion
This 18th century pavilion is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an official royal palace.
Swedish Royal Opera
A majestic neo-classical building, Sweden's national opera house puts on many performances each year.
Sergel's Square
A public square in centric Stockholm, named after the Swedish sculptor Johan Tobias Sergel
Östermalms Saluhall
Founded in 1888, Saluhall is a boutique market serving high-end traditional cuisine.
Vaxholm Fortress
Out east in the Stockholm archipelago, Vaxholm has protected the city from invaders for centuries.
A prestigious exhibition space dedicated to contemporary photography - with an award-winning restaurant.
Army Museum
An award-winning museum dedicated to Sweden's military history.
Nordic Museum
This cultural and ethnographic museum covers the history of Sweden over the past 500 years.
Nobel Museum
An in-depth look at the life and legacy of Alfred Nobel, and the prestigious prize that takes his name.
Viking Museum
Vibrant exhibitions give you the opportunity to experience the Viking Age.


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